Friday, June 16, 2017

My Finished Sympathy Card


As I previously posted, my dear friend Peggy's husband recently passed away.  Peggy is in her late 80's. I chose to create a card that would include different elements of texture. This card was made with much love and many prayers.  I want her to feel both.
The Bible verse I chose is one of my favorites. Sometimes we can feel so overwhelmed, lost and alone. In God, we can find a place of rest and healing.

So many of you commented on my previous post that you were praying for Peggy.  Thank you so much, dear ladies, for your prayers.  God bless you.


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14 comments:

  1. Gina....I love it!!!! It is so perfect. How sweet.

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    1. Thank you, Chrissy. I'm glad you like it.

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  2. Just lovely Gina...God has gifted you with a special talent for making cards and encouraging others.

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    1. Arlene, you are too kind. I'm glad you like it!

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  3. Hi Gina~

    I have been the lucky recipient of a few of your beautiful cards, and I know that this beautiful card will be cherished...it's beautiful!! The scripture is perfect, and one of my favorite as well, she will find much peace and comfort from your kindness.

    Hugs and Love,
    Barb

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    1. Thank you, Barb. I hope this card does ease her heart a bit. xo

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  4. What a lovely card for your friend to receive.

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  5. Beautiful, I do love the texture and paper you used with your lovely flowers, she will be very touched by this!

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    1. I hope so, Connie. She should get the card either today or tomorrow. xo

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  6. Your card is lovely, Gina. You friend will be deeply touched both by your kindness and the verses and sentiment. You have a lovely heart, lovely lady.

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    1. Kim, thank you. You are too kind. I hope my card brings a smile to Peggy's sweet face!

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