If grief had a colour, what would it be?
Today, a year ago, we lost my nephew in a tragic car crash. After lighting a candle in his memory, I sat my desk and created.
If the colour of grief is black, then I’d like to throw some colour around it. Despite the tragedy, life is filled with heartwarming memories, beautiful photographs, magical sunrises and glorious sunsets that remind us that the people we love never really die.
Using Ranger’s Adirondack Brights, a distressed sprayed die cut and an Illustrated Faith sentiment, I created this card.
This card reminded me that despite grief, love is powerful and families are eternal.
Thank you for reading. Until next time, learn new things and if you can be anything, choose to be a kind human being.
Yours in paper crafting,
The Girl with a Tape Runner