Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Get Well Soon!

>> Thursday, July 30, 2009

Posted by Debbie Seyer

Hello! Hope you are having a great week so far.

Life can be so hectic, can't it? Sometimes the easiest cards can be the hardest to make. Unfortunately, a good friend of mine is in the hospital, so I needed a great get well card to send her. I always have trouble with Get Well cards. I never seem to have the right image. Fortunately, the newest releases from DRS Designs included an image that I think is perfect for a great all-purpose card!



For my fast and simple card, I used the 3 Flowers with Butterfly image and the sentiment - One Line Get Well Soon. Of course, the 3 Flowers with Butterfly image is so versatile, this could be a card to celebrate birthdays, anniversary or just to say hello! I don't know if you can see it but the background is stamped using the 4 Corner Background. When I got that background, I cut it apart so that I had even more ways to use such a great set of background stamps!

I hope this card will inspire you take make some fast and simple cards to have on hand for any occasion! Have a great day!

Supplies for this card: 3 Flowers with Butterfly Image, One Line Get Well Soon, 4 Corner Background; Mellow Moss, Rose Romance and Whisper White cardstock; Tuxedo Black Memento Ink pad; Copic Markers; Regal Rose ink pad; square rhinestone brads; Crystal Stickles; Fancy Tag Trio, Oval Nestabilities from Spellbinder Paper Arts.

6 comments:

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Very lovely card Debbie!! This beauty would cheer anyone up!! :)

Cathy Indelicato said...

Very pretty!!! tfs

Sue said...

What a great card! I love the colors and the simplicity!

Jessica G. said...

Very pretty card and sure to brighten your friend's day!

Jennifer E. said...

Sorry to hear your friend is sick. I'm sure she'll love this card. I love the pink & soft green colors together! TFS!

Samantha said...

Pretty card! I hope it cheers your friend up!

Blog Archive

StatCounter

  © Blogger templates Palm by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP