Sympathy cards are always hard for me to make...especially when I have to send it to an online friend who is a member of my "heart family".
My heart family is pretty big, and though I have never met many of them, we are all connected through our heart children.
Some of you know (though I'm sure many do not), that DH and I were blessed with two children who have cardiac conditions: our oldest daughter and youngest son. Because of this, we know MANY heart families!
In the past couple of months, our heart family has lost too many children and babies. Though I know that they all now have perfect hearts and will never again be in pain, my heart breaks for the families they have left behind.
One such little man is Ethin. He was just five months old when he was called home. This card is for his family:
I stamped the images from Pocket Silhouettes in Not Quite Navy on Whisper White and then punched them out using the Scallop Square Punch. I sponged the edges of the shapes and mounted them on the card using dimensionals.
What do you think?
STAMPS: Pocket Silhouettes
INK: Not Quite Navy
PAPERS: Whisper White, Kraft and Not Quite Navy Cardstock; Bella Blue DSP.
ACCESSORIES: Punch, Sponges, Dimensionals