How to Make a Simple Sympathy Card

Hello Friends, It’s Karen here to share a simple sympathy card that is quick and easy to make.  For those difficult times of loss, we can show our concern for another family with a hand made card. White on white with a subtle hint of color is a perfect combination.  This is a very elegant […]
April 24, 2021

Hello Friends,
It’s Karen here to share a simple sympathy card that is quick and easy to make.  For those difficult times of loss, we can show our concern for another family with a hand made card. White on white with a subtle hint of color is a perfect combination.  This is a very elegant design so it is also suitable to be used as a wedding card.  Let’s take flight!


Easter Dew Drops                        Lily Pad Dew Drops

Directions:
1. Die cut a variety of bird silhouettes on white card stock.

2. Adhere the birds to the card base diagonally from the upper right to the lower left.

3. Use clear drying adhesive to attach a scattering of pastel Dew Drops among the birds.
Tip: After you plan the placement of the Dew Drops, take a photo of your favorite arrangement. This really helps you to avoid undue frustration by having the image to refer to as you glue the Dew Drops in place.

 

 

Other Supplies:
white card stock (5×7″)
Die Cutting Machine & bird die cut
liquid adhesive
If you would like to see more of Karen’s fabulous creations,
visit her blog at Art & Soul.
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