Monday, January 14, 2013

Feel Better Soon!


Its been a very long time since I made a Get Well Card.  And in my stash of files I found a card that would be great to make for any one.  A while ago I purchased a set of cards for all occasions.  And today I thought I make a Get Well Card.  I haven’t made one for quite a while.  And the neat thing about it was all components except for the base of the card was made using my Cricut Expression.  I wish I would have timed myself when I started making the card because it took so little time to cut it out and put it all together.  And all the components were made using a 6x6 Paper Pad by Echo Park called This & That CharmingIt’s a standard A2 size card (5-1/2” by 4-1/4”).  The word B-E-T-T-E-R was cut three times and glued each of the 3 letters to give the word some dimension.  I love the colors in the paper and I thought it would be a nice card for a man.  I plan to give this card to my Dad along with his favorite candy – Orange Slices. 



It did not take a lot of supplies to make this card because having the right paper really helped pull it all together.  You can get the paper here from Cutters Creek.  Plus I added just a hint of bling using Wild Honey Distress Stickles which match the colors in the paper so well.  Click on the links and they will take you to the Cutters Creek Store and the products I used to make this card.

So glad you stopped by,




  1. Great card Fran - you can never have enough get well cards on hand!

  2. Great card Fran! I love the way the words are nestled in the background shape! And your choice in paper is wonderful.
    Your Dad is going to love it!!!
    Thanks for sharing,

  3. Great card. I love the details of it. Your dad is going to love it and the candy.

  4. Great card Fran,, it is a good design for a male!

  5. Absolutely PERFECT Fran! I do love those papers too! It's so wonderful to see you creating again!! :)


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