Sitting Here Thinking of You with Hero Arts

Misplaced Mojo

My mom passed away 10 years ago. Seems like it was just yesterday. Certain dates and events are especially hard for my dad now that she is gone. Their anniversary is coming up, and while this isn’t “exactly” a sympathy card, that really is what this is. Thinking of you in your time of need and loss. My mom always taught me to pick sympathy cards that are in muted colors as she felt bright cards were too garish for the occasion. I see some cards posted by other crafters, and I think to myself… If you could change the sentiment to Happy Birthday and it work, than your card is too cheerful to be a sympathy card. But that’s just me. Coincidentally, my house is decorated in grays and blacks, so this looks close to where I might actually sit to think of someone dear. And conveniently A Blog Named Hero’s challenge this month with Hero Arts products is Sympathy. Good timing!

The stamps are from Hero Arts Wishing You Were Here, and I watercolored the images with Tombow markers and a waterbrush. The embossing behind the card front is from Lifestyle Crafts Woven embossing folder. The card front and mat were die cut with Pink & Main’s Rounded Rectangles dies.

7/23/19 ETA: This card was chosen as 1 of the Top 3 By Digi Choosday! Grab your Top 3 Badge

I’m submitting this card to the following challenges:

15 comments on “Sitting Here Thinking of You with Hero Arts

  1. Wonderful card, love the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Angie’s Digital Stamps Anything Goes Challenge


  2. Great design! Love the elegant monochrome scheme!
    Thank you for joining us at Polkadoodles Digi Choosday! Jane S (DT) xxx


  3. This is so lovely, thank you for sharing with us over here at Get Creative Challenges and best of luck with your entry.
    Ine (DT) http://creaine-cards.blogspot.nl/


  4. Thanks for playing along with the Polkadoodles Digi Choosday Crafting Challenge, best of luck, Mary x


  5. Very cute card. Thank you for joining at Crafty Sentiments Designs.


  6. My sympathies to both your Dad and you on this tough anniversary, I hope the day also brought with it some good memories along with the loss. Thanks for playing along with us over at STAMPlorations for World Watercolour Month!


  7. Such a simple and sweet card! I saw your link on the Love to Scrap challenge link up and I really liked I!


  8. Beautiful project – I’m sure it was appreciated.

    Thanks for sharing it with us at the Love to Scrap Challenge.

    Helen x


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