Monday, May 28, 2012

Get Well Card

When it comes to colours, I love purples, greens, and aqua.  The Basic Grey paper I used in this weeks Paper Players Challenge is one of my favorites.  My opinion of Get Well Cards is they should be pretty and cheerful.  Hopefully when my neighbor receives this card it will put a smile on her face.

Get Well Card Supplies:  Cream cardstock, patterned paper by Basic Grey (Sweet Threads Collection, a-line dress/ swt-3284 & boutique shopping/ swt-3272), plum textured cardstock by American Crafts, Cricut machine, Cricut cartridges (Straight from the Nest and George and Basic Shapes), clear mini stamp by Studio 112 (flower, 60-30905), clear sentiment stamp by TPC Studios (Greetings, ST93416), pigment ink stack by Martha Stewart Crafts (colours used: ocean and dusk blue), Stampendous! embossing powder in translucent pearl, heat tool by The Paper Studio, gemstone by The Paper Studio (rainbow asst., 317693), and stampin' dimensionals.

4 comments:

  1. This is VERY pretty and I am sure your neighbor will love it! What a gorgeous floral image! Thanks for making my sketch look great and playing with us this week!

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  2. I love your get well card - the DSP is so bright and cheery and is bound to cheer anyone up! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week!

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  3. I think you hit the nail on the head with bright and cheery on this one! Love your choice of colors and the watercolor look to the paper is just beautiful! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  4. You are right, this bright, cheerful card is the perfect get well card. I am sure your neighbor will love it. I love the way you grounded the card with the distressed looking paper. fabulous! So glad you were able to join the Paper Players this week
    Jaydee

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