Thursday, February 28, 2013

Crackerbox Palace Thursday Sympathy Cards



It's Crackerbox Palace Thursday and today I am sharing two cards I made with Crackerbox Palace sympathy sentiment stamps and die cuts. You can win your choice of the stamps featured on one of these cards by leaving a comment at either blog. The simple requirements for a chance at winning are below and now you have even more choices of what you can win!
But first- the winner of last Thursday’s blog candy is                                                     Leanne! Here is her winning comment from my blog: “Really love Vicky's card.”
Leanne, please email me or Crackerbox Palace your address and your choice of which stamps you want (see your options below), so we can get you the stamps you have won.
The first card I am sharing today is my favorite card I have designed lately. It features a  beautiful sympathy sentiment that is perfect for saying just the right thing after a loss. The feather die cut is from QuicKutz and after cutting out the feather, I embossed it with a Sizzix embossing folder. I attached a Clear View Transparency (from the Mark-it Place) behind the feather opening. The feather under the sentiment is another beautiful stamp from Crackerbox Palace which I stamped on patterned paper and cut out. I was inspired to make this card by this card I found on Pinterest. 

My second card features another perfect sympathy sentiment, this time embossed in white over a background made with alcohol inks on glossy paper. The park bench die is from Memory Box and I added a punched heart to symbolize the love that remains in our hearts for the departed.
So would you like to win the stamps featured on one of today’s cards or your choice of another CBP stamp? Here is how to win our weekly blog candy:
Vicky or Karen will post a card or two every Thursday on both blogs. All you need to do is to leave a comment on either blog and if you leave a comment on both blogs you will have a double chance to win. We hope you also want to 'follow' the blogs. The following Wednesday a name will be picked at random and the winner will receive:

The featured stamps that we used in one of the cards that were posted,
OR you can pick out a stamp that is worth up to $10.00 and email us your choice
OR Vicky will email you a coupon code so you can go shopping at 
Crackerbox Palace store for your choice of the stamp(s) you would like with a $10.00 coupon.

For a Bonus: if you use the blog candy stamps and post it on your blog, Splitcoast or somewhere else you will be able to choose another free stamp. So make sure you check out one of our blogs on Thursday! The winner will have 2 weeks to contact Karen or Vicky.

I am entering these cards in the Anything Goes challenges at Through the Craftroom Door and Party Time Tuesday

Crackerbox Palace smiles, Karen

7 comments:

Karen Schroeder said...

The first card is gorgeous! The dry embossing of the feather adds so much. Pinterest might be addicting, but there is so much great inspiration out there!

Leanne said...

Both beautiful cards! Thanks for I have won here again.

Pat Moore said...

I have to get the feather die. Spectacular. The sentiments are great on both cards.

Anonymous said...

both cards are very beautiful I really like the one with the feather Debra S debramarie one at hotmail dot com

Marie Green said...

I love, love, love the card you made with thefeather die cut from QuicKut. Gorgeous!

kReN K said...

You probably don't remember how you did this card, but I am wondering how you were able to die cut with the feathers die from Quickutz. It has so many feathers, and you just die cut one feather for the photo background and then used the cut out on the card. But how can you cut only one part of the die? I am puzzled to the max. Absolutely love the card!

Karen Hasheck said...

It is one of my all time favorite cards too:) It was the first of many feather dies I bought. It was several feathers together. I just put the die on the edge of the card and did the best I could with that die set up. Other feature dies that are separate from each other work better now...