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Stampin Friends Flowers & Sympathy Blog Hop


Hello, welcome to the Stampin Friends blog Hop! This month we our theme is Flowers and Sympathy. We also have Lori Schaefer Mueller joining us as a Guest Hopper, welcome Lori. 

I'm sure that you will be inspired by the projects we are sharing - make sure that you work you way through the entire Hop by clicking on the names at the end of my post so that you don't miss at thing.

I decided make my projects using the Rose Wonder Set, it is a wonderfully elegant stamp set and has matching Rose Garden framelits.


I die cut the rose framelit multiple times and layered 2 very vanilla cuts together, then repeated, snipping off the leaves just leaving the rose and offset slightly, I decided to a lower layer in Sahara Sand which gives a deeper shadow effect.



I stamped the matching stamp and created a hexagonal box to package a scented candle in a jar.



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  1. Oh my goodness Sue, these are just stunning! I love both the card and the hexagon box- it would work for a bottle too, right? TFS!!

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  2. A gorgeous card, I love it, TFS

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  3. WOW!!! Love the warmth and softness of your card and decorative box, yet it speaks volumes of beauty. TFS!!

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    1. Thank you Lori, it can be hard to get the exact message you want to give when choosing something for a sympathy card, your description sums it up beautifully

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  4. What a beautiful card and box! So elegant!

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  5. Sue - I love your elegant projects - thanks for sharing with us!

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  6. Sue I love your beautiful card and box.

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  7. wow! such a classy and beautiful set. I really love your hexagon box, such a beauty!

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  9. #stampitcontest Love this set and your card and hexagon box so clever!

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