Friday, April 18, 2008

My First Get Well Card!


Can you believe I have never made a get well card before today? I couldn't believe it. I discovered that today when I was searching for one to give to a girl in our youth group. She had an appendicitis this week and is in a lot of pain. I just hate to see my girls suffer! :( Anyway, Beate posted this week's sketch challenge today so I decided to make it a get well card. I am pretty pleased with how it turned out. This image is, again, from the Fun & Fast notes and I think it is such a pretty image. I also like how easilly you can put it with any dsp. For this card I stamped the image with StazOn ink and then watercolored it using my SU! markers and my blender pen. I am so glad I have finally found a good and easy way to watercolor. It took me awhile to figure out. The aquapainter is another good way but it's so much harder to move the ink where I want. It just seems to seep everywhere! After I had finished putting the main card together I decided to stamp the sentiment on some ruby red cardstock and then punch it out with my word window punch (I love that punch). I then popped the image and the sentiment up on some dimensionals. I am pleased with the final product. Thanks for the great sketch Beate! Keep them coming! WE LOVE THEM! :D

Recipe:
Stamps: Fun & Fast Notes
Paper: Naturals Ivory, Watercolor, Ginger Blossom dsp, Mellow Moss, Ruby Red, Cameo Coral
Ink: Black StazOn
Accessories: SU! Markers, Blender Pens, Ribbon, Dimensionals, Word Window Punch

7 comments:

Diane said...

Great get well card! Love the sketch,the stamp,the dp,well everything about it is lovely!

Claudia said...

wow.. steph. your card rocks.
i think i have to try this sketch.
thanks for the inspiration

Linz said...

So cute! Great colors & love the DP!

Jenn said...

Love how you used the Ginger Blossom paper...your card looks fabulous! Off to play w/ Beate's sketch :)

The Lucky Clucker said...

Love your creation!! I keep forgetting about this fantastic Ginger Blossom paper! I need to use it, oh but then it would be gone! Anyway - love it!!

beate said...

Thanks for always trying out the sketches, Steph! Love your takes on them. This one is no exception. Great card!
Hugs and smiles

Megan said...

LOVE it! This is the one I tried to duplicate! "tried" is the key word!