Scrap'n Stamp- Get Well Card

For this card I used the feel better stamp set from My Favorite thing as well as the blue print sketch 31 to create a shaker card. I actually had stamped this a while back but got side tracked by other projects, So it was nice to finish this card off. I am actually really loving the final product and I hope you do as well. 

To start the card off I cut down some Bristol card stock to 4¼ x 5½ and stamped some of the images on to the cardstock using versa fine black onyx ink.

I went over it all with clear embossing powder and heat set this. 

To color my images I used my zig clean color brush makers and a water brush.

I love these markers because its so easy to get great results with little effort 

Once I was done all the coloring I pulled out the die set I wanted to use. This is so handy as it has many different options, 

(If you haven't yet used a blueprint sketch dynamic set I highly recommend them)

I ran the main panel through with the smaller stitched rectangle, as well other elements that you can see in the image using black cardstock.

 I die cut the get well from an old Paper Smooches die  three times, twice from white 110lb cards stock and the third out of black card stock.


The opening for the Circe die was perfect fit for the tonic shaker bounces, Yea for happy accidents 

I adhered the stamped panel flat to the larger stitched rectangle (which I die cut out of heavy weight black cardstock) and then I worked on the shaker element.

I added some sequins and clear droplets from my stash to my desired area of the card, I adhered the clear shaker pouch to the black circle strip and placed it down over the sequin mix. From there I added the get well sentiment and trimmed it down to fit the card panel.  

I then added fun foam to the back side of the black panel and added it to a side folding card base I created using some light blue bazzil cardstock. For the inside of the card I used the remaining portion of the colored background and die cut another white panel to fit inside where I stamped a sentiment from the same set. 



A simple yet fun card to help someone feel better when they are sick. I hope you enjoyed and found some inspiration. 

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Thank you for taking time to stop by and check out my labor of love. I would love to hear from you so please do leave a comment. 

Have a Wonderful weekend.



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