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Have You Wondered What To Write Inside Your Sympathy Cards?

Have you ever wondered what to say a few months down the road when someone experiences a loss? I know how you feel! We’ve all known someone to experience a death and we might reach out at the time, but then falter as to what to say months down the road. You know they are still in pain, but what do you say? How can you reach out?

Having the right sentiment on the fronts of our cards is a great start. This one is from the stamp set called Nature’s Prints, and that’s not the only sentiment in this set that fits the occasion.

Well, I’ve created a booklet called, “What to Say When …” that you can print out, fold in half, and keep in your Bible. With Card Ministry, what I do is send a card every three months for a year, and I want you to feel comfortable keeping up months down the road, too. “What to Say When …” was created just for you, my readers. CLICK HERE to print out.

During the month of April this year, these cards filled a purpose of notifying my long time customers of my retirement from Stampin’ Up! I added them to their catalog packets, and mailed them to people I’ve known over these 15 years. I also mailed them for Card Ministry, for those who I have kept in touch with for the last 9 months or so.

While I continue to make and send Note Cards, I have also been stamping a white panel to include on the face of an A2 card for those of you that prefer that size. I think I will tend to post more card lessons here on the blog, but if you follow me on Instagram, you will see newer cards, and the cards I’m mailing that week., Thus, the blog becomes the place for teaching and downloaded booklets for your Card Ministry. Does that make sense? I won’t ask you to follow me all over the place, but Instagram is so easy for me to basically chat with you, look into Instagram and follow me at https://www.instagram.com/celiaspapergarden/.

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  1. Thank you Celia for the words for some of our cards. I seem to draw a blank many times and especially on sympathy cards. Your guideline is perfect! Thank you so much!

  2. Thank you so much for the sentiments and yes, I do struggle with what to say, in general for every occasion. I will keep these close by so I can refer to them when trying to figure out what to write. Sending hugs!!