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Monday, 27 April 2015

Sympathy Card

Hello Everyone

Today is a Public Holiday here and so another day to relax and find a bit of scrappy time! ;-)

Sadly, in this past week, an uncle of mine, passed away, after a fairly long battle with cancer.
He really had become rather frail and very unwell, so even though he passed away, I am pleased that he is no longer in pain and is free from that.

I made a sympathy card for the family, as the funeral is on Wednesday.


I used bits and pieces from my Graphic 45 papers and also did some fussy cutting.


I hope you have a super Monday....whatever you doing!
Denise x

9 comments:

  1. That's a very nice card. I find sympathy cards really hard to make. Gonna keep this one in mind! Sort of sad, but like you say, good he is no longer in pain..... & lucky you having an extra day off...hope you made the most of it!!!

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  2. very pretty card Denise! Love this fussy cutting! it's sad to hear that too much people died because of cancer.....
    and one day off is so great! I can't wait our 2 days off - so much time for scrap and fun )))

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  3. My sympathy on the loss of your uncle. Though we hate to give them up - sometimes it is for the best. He is at peace and pain free.
    take care

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  4. EXQUISITE Denise. Loooove it.

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  5. Oh my! This is so pretty and not your usual type of sympathy card. I know it will be so appreciated. The fussy cutting is fab.

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  6. I'm sure his family will love this card. It's great to send such a personal wish. So sorry to hear about your uncle.

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  7. My sympathies to you and your family. I know they will receive some comfort from this beautiful card.

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  8. Beautiful and well balanced sympathy card. Goes to show they don't all have to be sad and grey.
    The family will be happy to receive this, I am sure! Sorry about your uncle, but as you say there is some comfort in the thought that the pain and discomfor passed. Take care! :-)

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