It’s been a regular circus around my house, lately. With some renovations going on inside our house, an endless list of outdoor chores and the usual housework, laundry, shopping and cooking…well, I think most of you can relate. So, all that to say I haven’t had nearly enough time in my craft studio. In fact, I’ve even had to stop making cards for my customers, because there just aren’t enough hours in the day.
The few cards I did have time to make are still waiting to be posted. So, without further ado, here is a get well soon card that I made for a very special customer who recently had shoulder surgery–this card was for her sister to send to her.
Simple and Sweet Get-Well-Soon Card
I love lots of layers! Layers add weight, detail and dimension. I started this card with white card stock and then layered it with blue gingham, solid pink and then the pretty butterfly paper. The gingham scroll flourishes were cut out on my Silhouette Cameo. The pretty flower is popped up to add dimension. Simple and sweet!
Here are some photos of the inside… I always use the same layers on the inside as on the front, just makes for a well-finished card.
And, no Globug Ideas card is finished until it has my logo on the back.
I hope my card inspired you to make some sweet and simple cards for someone special in your life.
Thanks for dropping by and happy crafting!