Simple Sympathy Card

I wanted to share another card from my Stamp a Stack the other day.  You've heard me say before that Sympathy cards are ones that I just don't keep on hand.  While it may be one of my least favorite cards to make, the stamp set Thanks for Caring is simply beautiful.

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen, Northern VA



Independent Stampin' up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen, Northern VA


I used Sahara Sand and Basic Black for the cardstock and ink.  I love how this card was easy to make with the help of punches.   I used the Decorative Label, 2 1/2" Circle and the Modern Label punch for the focal point of this card. Of course, we missed you at my Stamp a Stack, but you can get all the supplies to make this card in my Online Store. 

Time for  Weekend Update!  The kids are still fighting their cooties.  In fact, I took Alexis to the Urgent Care tonight because she just wasn't herself.  She took a nap today and that was WAY off base for her. She complained of a new symptom today which was the straw that broke the camels back.  While the rapid strep test came back negative we'll see what happens from the culture.  She is now on an antibiotic and I hope this helps. Poor girl has been sick too long.
While the kids may not feel 100%, they are still playing around the house and acting like monkeys.  This is how we all felt tonight!

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen Northern VA



I just keep telling myself, it will get better. 

Enjoy your weekend. 


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5 thoughts on “Simple Sympathy Card”

  1. I love all your creations! They are inspiring! How do you get your Stamp camps going? I am a demo from IL and am trying to do more than just be a hobbyist. My husband lost his job after 33 yrs and I love SU! I have planned a few card parties, but can't seem to get people as interested……
    Hugs, Kathy

  2. I love looking at your cards, and reading about your family and your adventures.  I have one question from this non-demo…what is a "Stamp a Stack?"  I have heard you use the phrase, but I am curious what it means?  Does it mean making a bunch of the same cards?  Thanks so much for trying to answer me.
    Have a blessed day!
    He IS Able,  Traci Starkweather

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