Tuesday, July 24, 2007


This is the hardest kind of card I find I make. Mainly due to the occasion. We had a wonderful young man from our church die in a car accident on the weekend so the funeral is on Friday. This card is for his wife (who was in the car). They have been married a little over a year and are just the sweetest people. My heart breaks for her. I pray for peace beyond our understanding to comfort her in the days to come.

Heartfelt thanks SU flower
BG Infuse DP
Pink velvet ribbon
Micro pewter brads
Cuttlebug small flower die cut
WW punch
Sentiment is MSE.


wanda box said...

beautiful card, my prayers to your friend

Alli Miles said...

Please extend my prayers to her...it is sometimes hard to understand His master plan when tragedies unfold, especially to young people who have their whole life ahead of them. You have created a wonderful card despite such a sad occasion. (((Hugs))))

Melissa said...

It always saddens me to hear stories like this and at the same time it makes me appreciate my husband all that much more. I'm sure your kind gesture will mean a lot to her during this very difficult time.

Karen said...

How beautiful but how sad of an occassion. Our thoughts are with your friend

Ticia said...

At least it will be a handmade card that was made with all the sympathy you feel in your heart for her.The card is truly beautiful.

Beth said...

What a beautiful card! My thoughts and prayers are with the young wife and her family.

Kathie Bailey said...


What a terrible tragedy. Your card is beautiful and I'm sure it will bring some comfort to her. It's so difficult to make sense of a loss like this. I'll pray that she will be comforted.

Rose Ann said...

What a gorgeous card for such a sad occasion. I am so sorry for your friend. I'm sure she'll appreciate your lovely card.

Jules said...

I am so sorry to hear of such a sad loss, my thoughts and prayers are with all affected.

That is a beautiful card.

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

WOW, gorgeous! Great colors!

Kim said...

Sherrie, I am sure your card will speak volumes to the family about how much you cared. It is beyond beautiful.