Today I needed a sympathy card for a family member whose 42-y/o husband passed away unexpectedly on Saturday. Although I always tell myself that I should keep sympathy cards on hand, I'm beginning to realize something about myself . . . I don't want to dig in a box to find a card that I made for a sad time in someone's life. Nope! I want to sit down and create something especially for that someone special who is grieving. It seems like the very least that I can do, and I just feel a great sense of "giving" (of myself) when I'm done. For this card, I used a brand new Stampin' Up! stamp set ("Just Believe") that I haven't used before, and this card was actually a quickie! I love the layers, the subtle stamped images, the two ribbons, and the card's overall shabby style. I'm so glad that I got this set! It has some very pretty images in it, and I love the "Some things have to be believed to be seen" sentiment, even though I didn't use it for this card. The Stampin' Up! colors that I used are Marina Mist, Soft Suede, and Very Vanilla. The sympathy sentiment is from "Teeny Tiny Wishes."