Hello again! It’s been such a harsh winter across the United States and that means lots of illnesses so I made this Get Well card that was inspired by Gina Krupsky from Gina K. Designs. Here is a link to her card as well as a video. http://stamptv.ning.com/video/journey-of-the-heart-stv-kit-and-card-project?xg_source=msg_mes_network
This is my version of her card.
- Stamps: Love and Sympathy, Delightful Dozen
- Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla
- DSP: First Edition Specialty from Stampin’ Up (retired)
- Ink: Early Espresso
- Ribbon, Large oval punch, Scallop Oval punch
- Adhesive, dimensionals, glue dots
- Sponge dauber
- Early Espresso card base – 4 1/4″ x 11″ scored at 5 1/2″ and folded in half.
- Very Vanilla layer – 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
- DSP – 3 3/4″ x 5″
- Larger focal Very Vanilla layer – 4 1/4″ x 3″
- Early Espresso – 3 5/8″ x 2 3/8″
- Very Vanilla focal image layer 3 1/2″ x 2 1/4″
Assembling the card:
- Use the Early Espresso ink and sponge it all over the DSP. Attach this to the Very Vanilla layer. Then attach to card front.
- Next attach the larger focal Very Vanilla to the DSP layer, centered.
- Stamp the flower image on the smaller layer of Very Vanilla cardstock and then layer onto the Early Espresso.
- Cut two pieces of ribbon about 2 inches in length and fold in half. I used a glue dot to hold them together.
- Attach these to the top panel as shown. I also used glue dots here to adhere the ribbon loops to the panel.
- Using dimensionals, attach this panel to the card as shown.
- Stamp Get Well Soon sentiment on a small piece of Very Vanilla and punch out using the Large Oval punch. Sponge around the edges with Early Espresso ink.
- Punch a piece of Early Espresso using the Scallop Oval punch and layer the Large Oval punched piece onto it. Adhere to card as shown.
- On the inside of the card I used a piece of Very Vanilla 4″ x 5 1/4″ and left it blank to write a note later.
I hope you will give this card a try. This design can be used for almost any occasion by changing out the image and the sentiment. Thanks for stopping by!