Many of us were saddened by the news of Luke Perry's death yesterday. He was well known for his role in Beverly Hills, 90210. Here in Fredericktown, Ohio the news really hit home, because he is from Fredericktown. He grew up here and now he's gone at just 52. Though I didn't know him personally, his parents are our next door neighbors, so I find myself turning to my Craft Room to express my sympathy for their great sorrow with a hand stamped card.
The Painted Seasons Bundle was calling to me with its gorgeous designer paper and distinctive stamps. Every time I stamp with them, I feel like an artist. The detail in these stamps are incredible.
Painted Seasons Sympathy Card Tips & Tricks
I stamped many of the images, but I fussy cut others from the Painted Seasons Designer Paper.
I took my cue from the Painted Season Designer paper when choosing my inks. Poppy Parade, Petal Pink, Call Me Clover and Early Espresso look stunning when put together.
The Sympathy die and the sentiments were taken from the Well Written framelits die set and the Well Said Stamp set.
You may remember me saying that I planned to use my Be Mine dies throughout the year well beyond Valentine's Day. I meant what I said, today I used one of the heart dies on my Sympathy card.
Did I mention that the Painted Seasons Bundle can be yours FREE during Sale-a-bration (now through March 31, 2019) with a $100 purchase? It's one of many fabulous Sale-a-Bration Choices from Stampin' Up! in 2019. It's beautiful and it's free, but only until the end of March.
If the Painted Seasons Bundle is calling your name, scoop up your bundle before they are gone for good. Don't forget to purchase the coordinating dies to use with your Painted Seasons Bundle too.
Have a fabulous day,
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