Tuesday, November 5, 2013

In Remembrance

If you are looking for my {PIN}Spirational Challenge Post or my Crafty Gals Card, please scroll up.


I am back to share this weeks card for the Twist of Faith Card Challenges!  Please stop by and check out the Twist of Faith Card Challenge Blog where we invite you to share your uplifting, healing, inspirational and scriptural card creations. 
 
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This week our Challenge is #61-In Remembrance.  Use your favorite image and/or sentiment to make a sympathy card.
 
Our sponsor this week is Digi Darla
 
 
There were some wonderful images and sentiments for us to chose from for the challenge.  Thank You Digi Darla for the inspirational digis to work with this week!
 
 
 
This is the inside of my card with a sweet image:
 

 
Image/Sentiment—Digi Darla Dandelion Spray and Sympathy Sentiment
 
Cardstock—Gina K White; Stampin' Up Old Olive, Always Artichoke, River Rock and Brocade Background DSP

Accessories—Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon; River Rock Brads

I hope you will play along this week with the Twist of Faith Card Challenge too! Be sure to go to the challenge blog and add your creations for the challenge this week! You can also check out the rest of the DT Creations with the links on the left sidebar.



6 comments:

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

What a lovely and peaceful sympathy card. Love the color scheme!

Tracey Fehr said...

You have such a gift of making clean and simple cards! Such an elegant sympathy creation!
Hugs,
Tracey

:: BlueInks :: said...

Great job on some of the most difficult cards to make. I really like the layout and how the ribbon is featured.

Darlene said...

I'm going to imitate this card for my own sympathy stash. I love the clean and classic layout, your colors are rich and subtle at the same time. Absolutely lovely script on the sentiment and your choices on the inside are perfect. Well done!

Papercrafting Princess said...

The sentiment is SO true! It will always keep you smiling.

Zella said...

Wow Barb, your creativity never ceases to amaze me...I would have never thought to put the image on the inside - looks fantastic!!!