Saturday, February 18, 2017

JUST US GIRLS #381 - Color Week


Welcome friends. It's Color Week at JUST US GIRLS! Judy is your hostess and she's picked
the colors RED, BLACK and KRAFT.

Here's my take on the challenge:


and the inside:

Sympathy cards are hard enough to have to make and send, but having to make one for the loss of a beloved pet is so hard for me. Especially this one, since it if for my sister and her family, who's beautiful fur baby crossed the rainbow bridge earlier this week.

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Rest in peace Sabrina, my sweet niece. You will be missed. ♥




11 comments:

  1. 😢I'm sending hugs. Your sis will appreciate the card... sorry you had to make it.

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  2. Beautiful creation, it will be appreciated. Sorry for your sister's loss, it is so hard to lose a fur baby.

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  3. Awww - so sad this card was needed - but the card is AWESOME! Love the big ole paw print

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  4. I so agree, it's so hard to make a sympathy card for the loss of a pet. This is beautiful, Chris! Perfect with that little heart. And I love that border.....am wondering what it is.

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  5. Awww, that is so hard, I agree.... Beautiful card, Chris! Love the pretty edge and the large paw print. Perfect...

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  6. Your sister will appreciate this so much.

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  7. I love the border on the edge, Chris. Very nice pet sympathy card.

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  8. What a sweet dog! Your sister will be touched with this great card!

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  9. Such a sad card to have to make especially for your sister. Love the big paw especially the little heart.

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  10. I'm with you on the pet sympathy cards. Such a cute dog! Sorry for your loss. Love your card!

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  11. What a terrific card for pet sympathy! Love the red embellishment!

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