A lovely sympathy card A legend has passed away

My father was a die-hard 60 Minutes fan, so I grew up seeing Mike Wallace interviewing people.  He became an icon for professionalism in journalism and had a tremendous impact on his field.  He was very gifted at getting to the "nuggets" of information from the people that he interviewed, and he always showed respect and class to everyone that he interviewed.  I would like to send a sympathy note to his friends and families to let them know how much I have appreciated his work over the years.  Rest in peace Mike.

I actually created this card for a recent workshop.  The hostess polled her guests and they requested a sympathy card for one of the projects.  It is very helpful to have one of these cards ready to send out when you learn that a friend has lost a loved one.  Sadly, I'm finding that I need these cards more and more frequently lately.  I used a ColourQ color challenge as inspiration for the color challenge.  As I stated in another post, I seem to go though waves of creating cards for color challenges…

I used the following materials to make this card:

  • Stamps: Thoughts & Prayers
  • Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Riding Hood Red, More Mustard
  • Ink: Old Olive, Crumb Cake
  • Accessories: Old Olive ¼" grosgrain, Labels Framelit die, Lots of Tags Sizzlit die, Wide Oval punch, Neutrals DSP, Stampin' Sponges