5.23.2016

In Memory of...

Yep, life has been hectic lately but I wanted to make a card for a friend, as her husband, a good friend of ours for years, has passed away unexpectedly a week ago.  It's always sad and disheartening when you lose someone.  Life goes on, hearts mend, but the holes can never be filled.  Our friend was, as Hubbs put it, "a real true person, and possibly the most interesting person you could meet".

I stamped and clear heat embossed the background, and ink blended in a circular fading pattern.  I then heat embossed the sentiment on silver vellum in silver ep and attached it with  rolled glue dots placed discreetly behind the words.  I then die cut the solid and lacey butterfly and glued them in place too.  Here's a close-upphoto showing a little shimmer...


I'm a little bummed, I just missed the CTD #383, but I will be linking up to:
   MFT Sketch Challenge #281
   CAS Mix Up Challenge - May
   
Supplies:
   Stamp - MFT Roses All Over BG; Hero Arts "Everday Sayings"; PTI Healing Sentiments (inside)
   Dies - Simon Says Chrissy & Leanna Butterfly 
   Paper:  Neenah; The Paper Studio Silver translucent

Thank you all who come by, I know I haven't been very regular but I'm hoping to remedy that!  
   Can I hear you chanting "let's go, TK, let's go"?  Hopefully....  Hope you all have a wonderful week!

TK

12 comments:

  1. beautiful card for a terrible situation. I am so sorry

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  2. Hi TK. Sorry to hear about your friend's passing. I'm sure this beautiful card will bring comfort to the family. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up. xx

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  3. You've got this, TK ... and a very lovely card for your friend. Chanting going on here - let's go!
    =]

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  4. Gorgeous heat embossed roses and sentiment. Love your soft sponging on your beautiful design. Your friend will treasure your card in memory of her dear husband. TFS and joining us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs, Nancy

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  5. A beautiful card to express your heartfelt thoughts to your friend, TK ... really lovely. More cards soon please! Hugs, Anita :)

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  6. This is so pretty, TK! I too have a friend who lost her sweet husband last week. So sad. I love your embossing and the gradient sponging! I think a butterfly is so appropriate for sympathy! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  7. I'm so sorry for the loss of your friend TK. Your card is lovely and will be greatly appreciated.

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  8. Great creativity and inspiration.

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  9. Your card is so very pretty and I'm sure will be cherished and much appreciated. So sorry for your loss.

    Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. It's really cool how Darnell has introduced us to new bloggers. Thank you too for being my 2nd follower! :). Sure appreciate that and I look forward to seeing many more of your beautiful cards--I followed you too!

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  10. TK I am so sorry for your loss, it is never easy. Your card is beautiful and will surely bring comfort to your friend. I love the soft ink blending.

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  11. Your beautiful card will bring great comfort to your friend, TK. I'm very sorry for the tragic loss of a dear man. Huge hugs, Darnell

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  12. So sorry for your loss! This is such a gorgeous card! I love how you blended your inks around the flowers, and your silver embossed sentiment is perfect!

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