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Stampin' Up! Sailing Home!

Hey there! Today I have the second sympathy card I created a few days go, this time with Sailing Home, Drybrush Background, and a little bit of Comfort & Hope!


After I created the Comfort & Hope card I shared with you HERE, I got to thinking that Drybrush could look like shiplap, or the paint peeling off of the hull of a ship, so I stamped a Whisper White panel with Misty Moonlight ink and loved the look!

After stamping and cutting out the lighthouse with a Smooth Sailing die, I cut another lighthouse from Misty Moonlight to cut in half vertically so I could layer it on each side of the stamped one to give it more depth and stand out from the Drybrush background of the same color.


I love this sentiment from Sailing Home. I cut it with the Story Label Punch and added a Misty Moonlight In Color Enamel Dot for my finishing touch!


Inside I used the Comfort & Hope sentiment. Sympathy cards are hard to make. This sentiment is perfect when there is nothing you can say to make it better.



Whisper White Thick card base: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored & folded at 4 1/4"

Whisper White layer: 4" x 5 1/4"  for lighthouse and greeting label: scraps inside sentiment layer: 3 1/2" x 4 3/4"

Misty Moonlight inside layer:  4" x 5 1/4" for lighthouse mat and greeting label mat: scraps

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October 21-25


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