Have you ever wanted to send a Get Well card, but by the time you made the card that person was already feeling better?  Have you ever brought a meal over to somebody just home from the hospital and wanted to include a card, but figured it would be faster to pick up one at the store than make it yourself?  Not so with this card.  I came together faster than I could find a parking space at the grocery store.  Seriously!

The inspiration for this card came from one I saw over a month ago on Dawn O.'s blog.  She used either Basic Black or Early Espresso for her card, and I LOVED it.  I decided to make mine with a POP of color.  (Rich Razzleberry to be exact)

From start to finish this card took me about 5 minutes, but it is so lovely that I would be proud to give it to anyone.  Change the sentiment and this card could be used for almost any occasion.  (Happy Birthday, So Sorry, Best Wishes, Thinking of You, Friend...)

If you would like me to film a video on this card, please leave a comment and tell me which color you would like to see it in.  :)  I would be happy to film one for you.

Card Recipe:
Paper: Very Vanilla Cardstock
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Stamps: Fresh Vintage (SAB), Perfectly Penned
Misc.: Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folders (set of 2)

Creative Blessings,
Heather North

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Heather I would love to see a video on the get well card you make in a few minutes. It is beautiful.Love the embossing with the GET WELL in the centre

Wishing you happy days