Today I have two sympathy cards to show you using stamps by Stamp N Plus.
For the first card I matted the patterned paper onto a black and then off white cardstock. The die cut is by Spellbinders and has been inked by Ranger Distressing Ink (Antique Linen). The lace is vintage and it has a sparkle to it that you can't see in the picture.
The stamp is called Chicory and can be found HERE. Besides a sympathy card I think it could be used for any occasion. Color it in with your markers and make it suitable for a wedding, get well, birthday, bridal shower, friendship, anything really.
The sentiment can be found on the rubber stamp sheet under the card. I took three pictures of the sheet so you can see what different verses say because they are upside down in the picture with them all. If you are interested in purchasing this sheet of sentiments call Luann at 715-271-1873. Tell her you saw them on Cindy's blog.
**Scroll down to see my second card**
For my second sympathy card I used a sentiment from the sheet of sentiments below this photo. I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder and then used distressing ink on the edges. The ink I used was Pumice Stone. The flowers on this card are by Recollections. The patterned papers are by DCWV and Hambly Studio's. The cardstock is by Coredinations.
I dry embossing the top patterned paper with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. As well as used a ink blender tool to ink the edges with the same distressing ink.
If you are interested in ordering this versatile sheet of rubber stamps, call Luann at 715-271-1873. Tell her you saw them on Cindy's blog.