Audrie gave us another wonderful site with amazing examples. I needed to make a sympathy card for a man who loved polka music. When I saw this paper, I knew what I wanted to put on the card. http://italianstationeryblog.com/wp-...3/IMG_5795.jpg
I printed sheet music and the instrument from the internet. Outlined it with a goldleaf pen. Added the sympathy with gold embossing powder. I could really make it personal for his family. tfl
Date: Saturday, December 7, 2013 GMT Views: 734
Registered: June 22, 2004 Location: Ontario, Canada Posts: 86458
Sat, Dec 07, 2013 @ 5:34 AM
it is always a sad time to make a sympathy card but remembering the happy and fun things about the person really is what gets you through the tough times...sure they will appreciate the personal touches you added mf...well done.
Registered: March 11, 2007 Location: In my Garden in West Jefferson, Ohio Posts: 4296
Sat, Dec 07, 2013 @ 6:37 AM
When I first looked at your card I couldn't figure out what polka and sympathy had to do with each other........then when I read your narrative I'm SURE that your friend's family will really smile when opening this one.
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Registered: April 4, 2008 Location: Sahuarita, Arizona originally from New Brunswick, Canada Posts: 18237
Sat, Dec 07, 2013 @ 4:24 PM
Linda this is gorgeous... what a wonderful sympathy card... it would be a wonderful card for any occasion with the right sentiment.... I have always loved dancing to the beer barrel polka... very well done... love it....