Hope Is Rising

Good Morning,

My Craft Spot is having a challenge where they want you to make a sympathy card with the thought "Hope is Rising".  As those of you that follow me know, my mind is always working a little differently so here is my "sympathy" card for a friend who lost another boyfriend.

The sentiment is a well known one "You have to kiss a few frogs, before you meet your prince". Wow!  That is actually all I have to say today!  What a short blog!  If you want to join me in this challenge, click  HERE

Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate all of your comments!

Recipe for card
Digital Stamp - Copic Marker Scrapbooking
Copic Markers
Card Base - Cameo Silhouette - Basic Folding Easel Card
Paper - Bazzil Rust
DCWV - Once Upon A Time

Challenges - 
My Craft Spot #68 -  Hope Is Rising


  1. super super adorable and so true. ha

  2. LOL!! What a PERFECT sympathy card!! Love this Chriss. So fun and pretty AND cute!

  3. You are too funny. I love this card. The frog is adorable and the sentiment is so perfectr.

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  4. Ha!! What a an awesome sympathy card, Chriss!! I'm sure this will cheer up your friend, and make her smile!! So adorable :)

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  5. Such a cute card, Chriss! You always make the cutest things! Love the design and the image. So sorry to hear about your friend. Cute sentiment!

    Heather Lynn

  6. AWW!! What a thoughtful friend you are!! This card is darling and surely to bring a smile to her face!! ;) Love the easel style design! HUGS

  7. Love it!Short,Sweet,and Beautiful!!Lovely Image! Sending my prayers and hugs to your friend....
    Have a wonderful day!

  8. Very sweet card! Thanks for playing at My Craft Spot.

  9. What a fun card - and just the right thing to cheer your friend!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

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"When the trees their summer splendor
Change to raiment red and gold,
When the summer moon turns mellow,
And the nights are getting cold;
When the squirrels hide their acorns,
And the woodchucks disappear;
Then we know that it is autumn,
Loveliest season of the year."
- Carol L. Riser, Autumn