Masculine Monday ~ Get Well ~ TSOT#83

My Father in Law is going in for knee surgery soon and I wanted to make a couple of Get Well cards that we could send him while he is recovering. 

It's nice to have masculine get well cards on hand.  I've found it difficult to find them in the store.  The stamp set I used was Friendship Preserves, then I used a stamp from Perfectly Penned to cover up the "yum" with "Get Well".  Of course this card was completely inspired by this week's sketch from Try Stampin' On Tuesday

All the papers are from the Festival of Prints DSP stack.  It's not just for Christmas, as you can see.  This is a great pack of papers.  I've made several cards with it, and have barely made a dent in it.  :)  I love stacks like that!

I made another Get Well card over the weekend that could easily be sent to a man or a woman.  I'll be sharing it later this week, so if you want more masculine or well wishes card ideas be sure to check back in. 

Creative Blessings,
Heather North

Friendship Preserves Clear-Mount Bundle
Friendship Preserves Bundle

Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack
Festival of Prints DSP Stack

Perfectly Penned - Clear-Mount Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!
Perfectly Penned

Island Indigo 3/8 Inch Ruffled Ribbon - by Stampin' Up!
Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon


Unknown said...

What a great masculine card! And I love that you used those papers...I just got those in and didn't think about using them on anything but holiday cards. Thanks! :-)

Unknown said...

Oooh ohh ooooh! This is fabulous! I love it! You are so clever to think outside the box with the Festival of Prints stack.

Lynn McAuley said...

Fabulous papers for this fun layout, Heather! What a wonderful get well design for your father! I hope all goes well with his surgery.

Nathalia O. said...

This is a fantastic card! I love the papers you chose.

Mynn xx said...

This is absolutely gorgeous!!! LOVE the paper piercing--and your colors are amazing! Thanks for joining us at TSOT!!! :)

Nancy Seed said...

Love your take on the sketch and the sideways bow sets the stage. Thanks for playing along with us at Try Stampin on Tuesday.

Dorothy S said...

These are such handsome masculine cards. I think you made a great find in those papers. All the best to your father in law.

CherylAnn Robinson said...

Such a lovely card! Love all the detail. Thanks for playing at Try Stampin'.