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Condolences Card – Sometimes There Are No Words – blank inside

(7 customer reviews)


  • Title: Sometimes There Are No Words
  • Size: The folded card is A6 size: 160mm x 120mm
  • Occasion: sympathy or condolences
  • Inside: blank for your own message
  • Materials: Smooth matte white board
  • Envelope: White

Availability: 36 in stock

SKU: HLG21 Categories: , , Tags: , , ,

This gentle card is designed for those times when you are at a loss of what to say to a friend when life is hard on them. It is a sympathy or condolences card, to be sent when times are tough.  I often feel that nothing I could say in a card could adequately express the depth of pain they must be feeling, but I know it is better to send a card than to say nothing.  This card has a delicate drawing of trees reflected on water.  The words ‘sometimes there are no words’ are written on the front and then the card is blank inside for your own message.

It is printed on lovely quality card, and comes with a nice white envelope.

Size: The folded card is A6 size – roughly 160mm x 120mm


All the cards are designed, manufactured and packaged by hand in the UK. They are printed on FSC approved card stock which means that it is sourced from sustainable mixed forests. The original drawings are done in pencil & watercolour. The designs are inspired by the rich variety of the British countryside. I believe it is important that people feel connected with the fields, hedgerows and woodlands around them. Only by loving and enjoying the countryside can we learn to care for it.

I love that when someone sends a card they are letting that person know they are valued. I like to imagine posties collecting and delivering the cards, and the journey the cards make by van and air and foot, landing on someone’s front door mat and making that person’s day. Are you planning on sending this card to someone special? Let me know when you leave a review!


Weight 18 g
Dimensions 160 × 120 cm

7 reviews for Condolences Card – Sometimes There Are No Words – blank inside

  1. Helen (verified owner)

    Not always easy to find the right words.

  2. Peter Burling (verified owner)

  3. Ali (verified owner)

    Just perfect for when a loss is so enormous words simply aren’t adequate.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)


  5. Jane Rock (verified owner)

    A beautiful card sensitively worded and illustrated.

  6. Gavin Sunderland (verified owner)

    Good simple wording on your cards which are meaningful. I suggest brighter backgrounds ( not referring to bereavement ) , maybe background scenery.

  7. Anonymous (verified owner)


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