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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Blowing Get Well Wishes Your Way

Welcome to:

Get Well Wishes

I have some friends in need of some positive thoughts coming up soon so I decided to make a couple man type Get Well cards to have on hand.  Being that they are guys, I tried to keep the papers basic and the cards not so girly.

I got some new Tim Holtz distress paint that I wanted to try out real quick. I am not much into distressing or paints, but these little dauber type paints looked very interesting. You can see that on  one card I used a lot of white and on one I barely added white to keep the white dandelions  in the background. The daubers are very easy to use! I stamped the images again in Versafine Onyx Black and added a little bit of ribbon on one card and a little strip of paper with twine on the other. I cut out a button with my Silhouette and added that to a card as well.

I hope you can take a few minutes and  join our polka dot and pastel challenge-you could be a winner!

See you next Sunday!!!

card details


G298 Seeded Dandelion by Great Impressions
B177  Wishes Your Way
Cardstock: Bo Bunny, Kraft from The Paper Studio, SU Black 
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Misc: ribbon, pearls, twine, Tim Holtz Distress Paint (picket fence)


Karon said...

Perfect card - love the stamping effects! TFS

Jenny said...

Wow Sue! The black and white really make a statement...these would make a great set to give as a gift!

Mary Marsh said...

2great get well cards Sue-the distress paint gives a nice effect to the cards

Mynn xx said...

I just love that silhouette. So elegant!!! Fabulous idea to make up more than one, too! :)

Erin said...

What a fabulous card, Sue! I LOVE this stamp! And you made it shine. :)

Unknown said...

Very pretty, love the colors!

Sharon said...

Fabulous card Sue. Love the image and looks fab on Kraft Card.
Hugs Sharon. x

Shanna Shands said...

Great set. I love quick and simple cards!

Sparkly Engineer said...

Really liking the white and black on craft - excellent colors for a genderless card. The white dandelions are so pretty

Mary K said...

Hi Sue, this is one of my favorite stamps. How beautiful white, black and kraft can be...great job!!


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