Hi Fetti Friends! It's Kelly here today! Sympathy cards are never fun to make, but always needed, unfortunately! I always like to create floral designs for my sympathy cards because flowers are so cheery and colorful! For today's clean and fresh sympathy card, I used some fun new products as well as some of my other favorites!

To begin this design, I die cut the new Circle of Hearts Cover Panel out of white cardstock. I also die cut the largest frame from the Stitched Note Frames Confetti Cuts out of white cardstock. I set those aside and began stamping the floral images.

These two floral clusters are from the new Happy Mail stamp set and work beautifully for cards and envelopes alike. I used them on the pink envelope as you can see! Here's a tip for stamping on envelopes, especially if you plan on coloring the envelopes with Copic markers like I did HERE, slide a panel of scrap cardstock inside the envelope before coloring so it doesn't bleed through.

Since I used a colorful envelope, I skipped the coloring for today. In fact, it is because of this fun new Happy Mail stamp set that I upped my envelope game and purchased a whole bunch of new ones to dress up!

The sentiment,which is from the Sentimental Gems stamp set, is heat embossed in gold onto a strip of vellum. I wrapped it around the Heart panel and secured it with Tombow tape adhesive. I layered the frame over the top using foam squares for some dimension.

Once all of the flowers were colored, I die cut them using the coordinating Happy Mail Confetti Cuts and added them to the card using foam squares. You'll want to make sure that your card will still be mailable in your pretty stamped envelope, so check your local post office for guidelines. I use the "non-machinable" butterfly postage stamp on many of my envelopes!

The entire piece is layered onto a top folding A2 card base with foam squares. I love the way the hearts look floating above the base; it really creates a nice effect.

The finishing touch is a trio of sparkling clear sequins attached with liquid glue for some sparkle. I plan on giving it a spritz or two of Shimmer Spray before I send it. I usually don't do that step until after I photograph my cards since it can be distracting in photos, but in real life it is BEAUTIFUL!