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Get Well Soon Handmade Card

Tuesday, September 23, 2014


This week, I share a simple handmade Get Well Soon card I made several months ago. I chose a olive green and chocolate brown colour theme. (I must have had cravings at the time.) This was the first time I used my Stampin' Up! floral stamp and I really like how it turned out. Speaking of Stampin' Up!, I am giving away a Project Life Scrapbooking Kit valued at $100 to one of my Canadian readers. It's jammed packed with all sorts of goodies! 


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29 COMMENTS

  1. The card is so dainty! I am sure the one who will receive this will be very very pleased =) #ww

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  2. Very nice Card. I am sure this card would put a smile in anyone's face.

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  3. Such a pretty card, I would really like to try making homemade cards! (Judy Cowan)

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  4. I have expectations for a Christmas card... #justsayin ;-)

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  5. That has to make someone feel better. :)

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  6. Beautiful! Homemade cards are the best!

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  7. lovely card! I'm sure the recipient was very happy to get it!

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  8. Such a beautiful card. I always admire all the work that goes into these.

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  9. That's a really lovely card that you made. Happy WW

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  10. Very nice card! I just added your button to my blog post. :) Have a great WW!

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  11. Great card.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/09/ww-late-again.html

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  12. I have been pinning cards again on pinterest...I really need to get back into card making...you're inspiring Dianna!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2014/09/wordlesswednesday-homework-kitty-linky.html

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    1. Aw, shucks! Be sure to tag me when you've posted one of your cards. Would love to see them!

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  13. Such a cute card! I love cards that have special "pop up" items like that! - jenn erin x

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  14. Gorgeous cards! I made planner dividers in the same type of paper.

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  15. very talented lady! Love the card!!!

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  16. such a beautiful job. Chandra Christine O'Connor

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  17. Looks so pretty - great job! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  18. Such a beautiful card. I'd love to receive it if I was sick.

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  19. Love the cards, it looks great!

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  20. That's really nice! You must teach your kids the best crafts.

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