Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!



Hello, Today starts the color challenge over at The Paper Players and Laurie has chosen a very nice color combo for us and all of you. As you can see the colors are Red, Black and Grey. I needed to make a pet sympathy card and I knew this color combo would work perfectly. I have made one similar to this one in the past for a dear friend.

Card Details: The paw print die cut I do believe is from Taylored Expressions, I didn’t order it but it was stuck in as a freebie which was a nice surprise. The heart is MFT and the greeting that didn’t stamp well is from Neat and Tangled.

For more amazing inspiration, be sure to visit the rest of the Design Team!


LeAnne Pugliese

Claire Broadwater

Joanne James

Laurie Schmidt

Anne Marie Hile

Ann Schach

Amanda Mertz

Debbie Crowley

Hope to see you joining us at The Paper Players this week! Take care, Nanc’

8 thoughts on “Sorry

  1. What a sweet card to send to someone who has lost their pet.

  2. I’m sorry you needed a sympathy card but this will be sure to bring comfort to the recipient. I like the paw prints in the challenge colors and the inlaid one in the heart is a fantastic CAS detail! Have a great week!

  3. What a great pet sympathy card…love your design!

  4. Just like human sympathy cards, ones for a beloved pet are never easy to make. This one is so sweet and simple, and perfect in these colors. It will bring comfort, I’m sure…

  5. I love this sweet and simple card and it’s perfect with these colors. I hope the recipient of this card feels the comfort in it. Enjoy the rest of your week.

  6. So sorry you needed to make this card, but I know it will be greatly appreciated! So thoughtful and kind! Love the little paw prints. I hope you have a great weekend!

  7. It’s always sad to need one of these types of cards, but I’m sure your simple heart and trail of paw prints will be well received. Clean and simple and says it all ❤

  8. Such a sweet card! I just love the simplicity of the heart and the paw prints. Such tough cards to have to make but always appreciated.

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