Friday, 16 August 2013

A sympathy card for Sue.

I found out yesterday that my good friend and ex work colleague (who comes to my craft classes)
Sue, lost her Dad at the weekend.  I didn't know that he was ill, so can only assume it was sudden.
I set about making a sympathy card for her, and whilst I was making it, I thought that I really ought to make
another one, so that I am prepared, and not at a loss as to what to make.

Here are the two cards that I made - both very CAS, but made with love.

So now I am at least prepared for one eventuality.
Both cards were made in Black and white only,
using the Flower Shop and Hopeful Thoughts stamp sets.
As I said - very CAS cards.
Thinking of you Sue - in my thoughts and prayers.


  1. How sad Kate but as always your CAS cards are stunning and you can see that these were made with love. Sending you hugs my friend.

    Linda xxx

  2. They are beautiful Kate, not the kind of card we like to make but, unfortunately they are always needed. The sentiment is perfect.
    Janet xxx

  3. These cards are just right for the sad occasion they've been made for. Love the monochromatic look and the stamps are gorgeous x

  4. Two lovely cards with thoughtful sentiments.

    Sylv xx
    Crafty Bloggers Network DT

  5. O there beautiful simple is good for times like that. xxx

  6. Beautiful card Kate, and I am sure Sue will appreciate it hun xxx

  7. Beautiful cards... Sympathy cards are hard to make at times, these are perfect Px

  8. What a sad occassion sending my love to them.
    Such beautiful card though and perfect. x

  9. I love the sentiments on this, especially the `Please know i lovely xxx

  10. nice card, simple and beautiful to send a person at that time in their life....

  11. Good cards for a sad occasion! Simple and heartfelt comments. Can you tell me what CAS stands for if I'm not being too intrusive xxx

    1. Hi Pat
      CAS just stands for Clean and Simple


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