Monday, May 20, 2013

May 21st New Releases - Keep Your Faith

 

Here it is almost the end of May...just can't believe it.  Time is going by so fast, and that we'll be half way thru the year.  And this afternoon, I realized that my son and family, hopefully, may be home in 11 months from their deployment to Korea.

This card is titled "Keep Your Faith" and I thought, when seeing it, that it would make a great sympathy card.  There are many other uses too, but I chose sympathy.  I print and cut the image with Silhouette Studio DE, along with outsetting the image to create a shadow effect.  I used various markers to color in this image, and the sentiment 'With Sympathy' is part of the Tiny Wise 

I placed black and white polka dot washi tape on to the card, and than placed the image over it, centering it. 

This digi stamp will be available at The Stamping Chef Store on May 21st.  Head on over to the store and check out the digi images available there.

Thank you for stopping by, and hugs to all. 

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Challenges entered:

  1. Anything Goes
  2. Challenge May 12-27 Anything Goes
  3. Challenge #38 On the Square
  4. Challene #219 The Stamping Chef

6 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Very pretty card,Love the sentiment!

Jenée said...

This is a lovely card. Sympathy cards are always our least favorite to make, eh? But this one uses such a lovely image -- would be a great comfort to receive in a sad time. Beautifully done. Thank you for sharing it with us at Twist of Faith. Blessings.

Roxann said...

I agree with Jenee in the difficulty of creating a sympathy card. Your is truly beautiful. Thank you for sharing at TTCRD.

Laney said...

A very pretty card for such a sad occassion,Thanks for joining us at Bearlymine this week
hugs
laney

Zella said...

Lovely card that would bring comfort to the recipient. Thanks for joining us at Twist of Faith Card Challenges!

Blessings,
Zella

LINDA M said...

This is a really beautiful image for a sympathy card. Love the coloring. Thanks for joining us this week at the Dutch Dare.