Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Sympathy card Faux silk

I have no need of a sympathy card just yet but the poem here just cried out to me to make one.
The dandelion is from BeaOriginal site (sorry, at the moment I can only give you the site but not the link) and the poem is by Jerry Ham of Spokane, WA.  He writes the most wonderful poetry.  Jerry was kind enough to give me permission to use it on this card.
The card is done in my latest favorite technique (faux silk).  I cut the dandelion with my Silhouette Cameo and then used the pen and the Cameo to draw a silvery gray one on the envelope.  The faux silk is done in a silvery mauve tissue paper.  I think I like how it turned out. :)
I am sure you will have to click on the poem to read it.
Have a Blessed day.


Gail said...

This is lovely, and the poem is wonderful!
I like how it turned out!

Tracy said...

Your card is so pretty.
I find it easier to make sympathy cards before I need them, as when I need one I am busy cooking for the family and don't have time to make a card.

Jackie said...

'Tis always better to make sympathy cards when they are not required, I keep a few in my box at all time.
This is so beautiful, as is the poem :o)
Jackie xx

Shirley said...

Beautiful words to go with a beautiful card

Juliet A said...

This is a beautiful card to go with the poem. Well done!

Beth said...

Gorgeous card Myrna, and what a beautiful poem.

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW the faux silk looks amazing...I have never tried it before.your card is so inspiring
Dr Sonia
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Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Sooo lovely and the poem as well. It's so hard to do sympathy cards during an emotional time. I have yet to try this technique too...faux silk. You have definitely mastered it!!!