Friday, March 3, 2017

Finding the Rainbow

Does a Sympathy Card have to be sad?

While we are all sad for the loss and we want to express our understanding, caring and compassion to our friends, I think that we can do that respectfully through our cards, 
without being dreary.

Today's card is being mailed this morning to one of my online friends who's father in law passed away yesterday after a long illness.   My message to those who 'loved their Gramps'... May you will always treasure his memories ~ and as you celebrate his life and your sadness begins to heal, ...remember 'your Gramps' endured the rain, 
and today He is enjoying the

Serving a Risen Savior ~ Pam 

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  1. You are so right Pam. Your card doesn't need to be sad, but you have got your caring point over. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at MAWTT. Good luck in the draw and we would love to see you again. Christine DT x

  2. Hi Pam
    A lovely card and its true what you say. I always think funerals should be a celebration of the persons life.
    Thanks for joining in at MAWTT.
    Best wishes.

  3. What a lovely card Pam - colourful and cheerful.

  4. Perfect for our challenge, love your design and sentiment, thanks for joining us at MAWTT. xxxx

  5. Love the sentiment on this cute card. Thanks for joining us at MAWTT. xx

  6. Your sentiment is just perfect for your card.
    Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments
    Julie T

  7. That is a great card for showing sympathy without being too sad. It is a lovely background you created as well! Thanks for sharing with us at Aud Sentiments challenge blog!