DIY Sympathy Card Idea

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Good morning Printable Cuttable Creatable Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping For Tranquility.  I want to share with you a sympathy card I was asked to make.

It was for a woman that passed and a man that would be receiving it.  I wanted to make sure it was pretty and feminine enough to represent a woman but still a bit for a man. 

Let’s see how I did.

DIY Sympathy Card2

I used the Spring Flower Flourish Corner as my SVG. While my main flower was pink, I kept some turquoise/blues in there, along with a solid matte gold flourish. 

DIY Sympathy Card

Sticking with the turquoise/blue family I used it for my background. Then using pink as my embossing powder to highlight my sentiment. (This is a stamp set by Just Rite called Sympathy Handwritten Sentiments.  This is no longer available when I went to find a link for you all.)  

SO, what do you think?  Did I do at least an okay job keeping it gender-neutral? Leave me a comment and let me know what you think! 

The files I used for this project from PCC is:

Spring Flower Flourish Corner

If you would all like to buy it or any other files on Printable Cuttable Creatables, use my affiliate link at: Christi15

Until next time!

-Christi

Christi DT

DIY Sympathy Card

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