Now that we’ve done a second sympathy card, I think that I’m out of my creative...Read More
Category: Sympathy Card Ideas
A dog might think that it would be smarter to make a lot of sympathy cards at one time. Is that what you do? Instead, Ann usually makes them as she needs them. She tries to make them for the person who receives it – or...Read More
Why do you think that humans send sympathy cards? Is it to let their loved ones know that you knew the one that left? Maybe. Is it to make them feel bad? No! Might it bring a tear to their eye? Maybe. Today’s card is not...Read More
What stamp set in the Annual Catalog has been on your Wish List for a while? Is it something that has been around a while like Lovely as a Tree? Or is it something newer to Stampin’ Up!?
Now’s the time to get it off your Wish List and into your stamp collection because…Read More
Some people don’t think that glitter or bling in general is appropriate for a sypathycard.
I bark that it depends on…Read More
Isn’t it hard to make a sympathy card? But how much more meaningful can it be to the recipient that you made one especially for them.Read More
We’ve been wanting these two stamp sets for some time now so it’s only right that we roll them out to make this Watercolor Daffodils card.
Because of the collection of stamps in these two sets, you can easily switch this from…Read More
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