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River Rock Sympathy


I had a recent need for a sympathy card. I like the clean look of this card. I'm going to keep this post short. I bet you have better things to do this week end than read a long post.

Thank you for looking!
Happy Easter!

Challenges for this card:
Crafty Creations - Anything Goes
Die Cut Dreams - Black, white, & one other color
Doodle Palace - Use black
For Fun Challenge - Anything Goes
Paper Popsicles - Ribbon
Papertake Weekly - Open Challenge
Pixie Dust Studios - Black,white, & one other color
Prairie Fairy Fridays - Texture
Simple Doodles - Add some layers


Supplies:
• STAMPS: CTMH Treasure Life
• CS & PAPERS: SU River Rock, SU white, misc. black
• INKS: SU River Rock, SU Basic Black
• EMBELLISHMENTS & TOOLS: Leafy Branch Cuttle Bug embossing folder, black ribbon

Comments

Amy said…
This is so pretty! Thanks for hopping along with us..guess what? YOU WON!!! Email me at castellanoamy@yahoo.com with your address for your free BEEEZ KNEEEZ mini kit!! I hope you come back on Tuesday to check out "With a Cherry on Top" Thanks!!!
Amy said…
This is so pretty! Thanks for hopping along with us..guess what? YOU WON!!! Email me at castellanoamy@yahoo.com with your address for your free BEEEZ KNEEEZ mini kit!! I hope you come back on Tuesday to check out "With a Cherry on Top" Thanks!!!
my5bratz said…
love the colours on this gorgeous card :0)
Joanne Gilch said…
Love the clean look of this card.
Mary G. said…
Beautifully done! I love River Rock with navy or black...thanks for sharing!
Joan said…
Awesome card - I always loved River Rock!!!!
Christiana said…
Beautiful! I really love the neutral palate. Great image, too.
Gina said…
I love the simple layout for a sympathy card. Have a great weekend.
Love your card! Super gorgeous! Love the 3D effect of the flowers and the embossed piece is great!
HUGS
Rach ~ Queen La Rubba
I invite you over to enterin my candy gice away! I will send anywhere.
Pinkllilac said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl and love the design and details, the colours are beautiful.
Thank you for joining us over at Prairie Fairy Friday this week.
Hugs Linda
Cindy Haffner said…
Very CLASSY Cheryl, love those colors.
Nice job with this card. I like the 1/2 circle side panel and the blue flowers you used as well!
Maria
Courtney Baker said…
Oh this is gorgeous!
WOW this is beautiful! Love the colors and the layers!

Thanks for joining Fairy Fun Fridays!

xooxoxo
Mummylade said…
very nice and classy card. I'm so glad you joined the DCD challenge this week and good luck.
BlueInks said…
I saw your card on the Fairy Prairie blog. It is really a great card. Love the colors and the layout. Perfect!
Nicola said…
Beautiful card Cheryl, love your stamp and gorgeous ribbon detail.
Thank you for joining us at Die Cut Dreams.
Hugs,
Nicola -x-
Vera said…
This is gorgeous! I have always loved this color combination, and it's just perfect with these images. Happy Easter!
Helen Dooley said…
What a beautiful card. I like the clean and simple look of it. Thanks for sharing with us at For Fun Challenges this week.
Tracey said…
Elegant card Cheryl.

Hope you're having a great weekend.

Hugs
Tracey
xx
coldwaters2 said…
Oh wow Cheryl this is a real beauty that image is gorgeous and I so love your design thank you so much for joining us this week at Digital Tuesday
Hugs
Lorraine x
Rose said…
oh i love the colors and the layout on your beautiful card!! thanks for joining us on simple doodles and crafty creations :)
very beautiful, love the simplicity and the colors. tfs
Sheryl K said…
Such an elegant card!! I absolutely love the color scheme!! Thanks for joining us at Paper Popsicles!!
Annette Bowes said…
Hi Cheryl, gorgeous card, lovely layout, thanks for joining us at Doodle Palace, take careX:)
steph said…
Aww that's lovely! The colours are great! Thanks for joining us for the Papertake Weekly challenge! x
Kathy said…
Beautiful, so elegant. Love River Rock, just saw today that they are bringing it back.
Trish Hughes said…
great job, thanks so much for playing along with us over at SD.
Trish

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