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Get Well, Leo!

>> Thursday, July 9, 2009

Posted by Jessica G./Jess' Obsession


Stamps by DRS Designs: Leonard's Sick Day Blues G1019, Cured Yet? sentiment, Easy Swirl Background H688. Cardstock: Cameo Coral, Ballet Blue, Certainly Celery, GP110 white. Ink: Memento black, Copics. Accessories: circle Nestabilities, Papertrey grosgrain ribbon, SU scallop border punch, Bella Baubles, mini prima, gemstone.

Poor Leo -- it looks like he's having a rough day! As lousy as he feels, this card and funny sentiment is sure to brighten a your under-the-weather recipient's day.

DRS Designs is sponsoring this week's challenge to create an altered item on the Charisma blog. Since we are on the tail end of a summer cold/bronchitis episode in our household I decided to create a treat to accompany Leo's card that would be appreciated by our 'sickies':


The complete tutorial for an altered peach tin can be viewed HERE. It's a great way to reuse common household items and surprise recipients who can't figure out just how you managed to 'can' such appropriate items. Hint: the trick is opening the can on the bottom, leaving the pop top in place, and then creating another bottom out of chipboard. Here's the top view:


Stamp by DRS Designs: Tiny Get Well Soon sentiment A256.
Have a healthy day and be sure to stop by the Charisma blog to see amazing altered items!

6 comments:

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

How adorable Jess!! I love your idea and your altered item is just perfect with that darling card!! Poor Leo!! :)

Cathy Indelicato said...

What a fun project!! TFS Hope everyone is well again soon!

Samantha said...

Great card and gift can! So cute!

Dawn said...

This is just precious! being sick is no fun...but this set sure is! Great Job!!!

Sue said...

Great card and tin!! Everyone loves a pop-top! Love your colors!

Jennifer E. said...

Love that simple layout on Leo's card & your fruit cup tin is perfect for thos cough drops!

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