Watercolor Trio Thank You

This card is the prefect reflection of the person it honors. She loved flowers and her favorite color was pink. When she was laid to rest her casket was blanketed in a flower garden of numerous shades of pink sprinkled with life giving green. Sue Eades went to meet the Lord on May 7, 2010.

Creative Tips:

1. If the Subtles Collection is your favorite, the new Watercolor Trio stamp set from the Summer Mini catalog might be a must have for you. The images come to life when you color your stamps with Stampin’ Write Markers, spritz and go.

2. Details, details, details! Those little darlings just make a project. My favorites here are the soft subtle impressions on the background panel, the lovely lace scallop trim border, and the 3-d butterfly with a pearl body.

3. What project would be complete without a matching Certainly Celery Satin Ribbon bow?

4. My best friend’s mother passed away last week. Thirty thank you cards went out to the family. Want to see how they were packaged? This fun matching tag is just the bomb.

Then hit SHOP NOW

Card Recipe:
Stamps: Watercolor Trio (120084)
Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Certainly Celery (105125), Pretty in Pink (100459), Regal Rose (105130)
Ink: Pretty in Pink (100045), Rose Red (100063), Old Olive (100079), and Certainly Celery (105106) Stampin’ Write Markers, Regal Rose (105211)
Accessories: Certainly Celery Satin Ribbon (117288), Scallop Trim Border Punch (118402), Perfect Details Texturz Plate (115962), Big Shot (113439), Coluzzle Cutting System (retired), Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die (118138), Dimensionals (104430)


Dacia Smith

13 thoughts on “Watercolor Trio Thank You

  1. Dacia, your watercolor trio sympathy card is just stunning. I love your layout, color combo, spritz watercoloring, dimensional butterfly and scalloped edge. A real tribute to your best friends mom. TFS

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