When I need a sympathy cards I usually buy them. It's just too hard for me to be creative when I'm grieving. But when I sat down to write out the cards I realized that I was short one card. And I really, really wanted to send them out as so as possible. It's one of those things that if I put it off one night then I probably won't get back to it for a week because its a hard thing to do. And you really have to be in the right frame of mind to write a sympathy card. So I started making one and of course my mind went totally blank. Grief and creativity just don't mix in my head. So I started looking through my stash to see what I could build upon. I was really lucky I had a note card already made up with script stamping on it. It was from another project that I never finished, but it was a starting place and when I went to pick up the card the stamped feather, and the Tim Holtz thinking of you sentiment fell out of the same box. A little serendipity, or divine intervention saved the day, my creative sparked, and the card was born. So thank you serendipity and Tim Holtz for making this whole process easier.
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