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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Stampin' Up! Pendant Park - Sympathy Card


Sadly, I had to make a sympathy card this week and I really didn't know where to start so I went with my weekly tradition of visiting the Dynamic Duos website and had a look at the Less is More challenge blog for inspiration.

My card is a "One Layer" card with some sponging using a Framelit as a template and the Pendant Park stamp set. Nice and simple. 

The 'Less is More" challenge asked that participants use 3 of the previous challenges so I used In the Frame (wk 19), Green (wk 44) and Foliage (wk 84).

Materials used:
Stamp Set - Pendant Park, Teeny Tiny Sentiments
Ink - Always Artichoke, Certainly Celery, Sahara Sand
Cardstock - Confetti White
Accessories - Pearls
Tools - Paper Cutter, SNAIL, Paper Piercing Pack - Festive, Stampin' Pierce Mat, Piercing Tool, Labels Collection Framelit, Sponge Dauber, Stamp-a-majig


  1. Beautiful card! I love the sponged and paper pierced background!
    So glad you joined the fun over at Dynamic Duos!

  2. Great 3d effect and love the stamp.

  3. What a lovely sympathy card, the teeny tiny sentiment is cute. Thanks for playing along with us at Dynamic Duos!

  4. This is truly lovely Alison, I' m sure it will be appreciated.
    Thanks so much
    Less is More

  5. What a pretty sympathy card. The image you chose is perfect, and the colour challenge fit right in. The pearls are such a nice touch.
    Thanks for playing along at Dynamic Duos this week.
    Cheers, Karen

  6. Coincidentally, I also had to make a sympathy card today. :-(
    Yours is beautiful, and I'm sure the recipient will be touched by your thoughtfulness.

  7. Super stamping Alison
    FAB card

    Thank you
    mandi LIM


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