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get WELL soon

Hi everyone! Happy Hump Day – hope you’re all having a great week! Today is my post day on the Paper Wings Productions blog and I’m happy to share a DT inspiration project using the Flower Power stamp set along with the Sayings and Sentiments stamp set, Perfect Pearls and a Tim Holtz Idea-ology Buckle. I created a pretty get well card with a vintage feel.

I stamped several flowers from the Flower Power stamp set randomly over white cardstock with the Perfect Medium in the Perfect Pearls Jewel kit. The Perfect Medium stamped in a light brown which I thought was odd because I remembered it stamping clear the last time I used it several years ago, lol! I applied the green, blue, red and purple Perfect Pearls powders anyway and got a muted vintage look to all the colors. I guess that’s what happens when you use ‘aged’ Perfect Medium, lol! But I sure like the way it turned out! I lightly misted the panel with water to bind the powders so they don’t rub off. I cut the background and the rest of the white and brown bag cardstock layers with the matting dies.

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I stamped the sentiment in Frayed Burlap distress ink on a narrow strip of white cardstock cut with a matting die from the same set, layered it on the brown bag cardstock, added a buckle and adhered it to the front. I finished the front with several flat-back pearls.

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For the inside, I decorated the white layered panel with a leftover strip of the stamped florals and kraft cardstock used on the front. I left the inside blank for a handwritten message.

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Happy to enter this card into the following challenges:
Cardz 4 Galz: #55 – Get Krafty
Classic Design Team Open Challenge Blog: #17 – Anything Goes
Country View Challenge Blog: September Challenge – Metal
Hiding In My Craft Room: #316 – Fall Colors
House of Cards: September Challenge – Add Text and/or Colors
Inspiration Destination: #133 – Anything Goes with Optional Recipe (flowers, die cuts, pearls)
Little Red Wagon: #410 – Give Us Your Background
Pammie’s Inky Pinkies: #1736 – Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Blog: Monday Challenge – STAMPtember Stamp It
Simon Says Stamp Blog: Wednesday Challenge: STAMPtember Stamp It
Tuesday Throwdown: #359 – Punches and/or Dies

Paper Wings Productions products used:
Stamps: Flower Power stamp set and Sayings and Sentiments stamp set
Accessories: Tim Holtz Idea-ology Buckle

Other products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium White cardstock, Marco’s Brown Bag cardstock
Ink: Ranger Frayed Burlap Distress Ink
Dies/Punches: Spellbinders Curved Matting Basics A & B
Accessories: Tim Holtz Stamp Platform, Perfect Pearls Jewels kit, Champagne Flat-Back Pearls

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project! Be sure to check out all the fun stamps and other goodies at Paper Wings Productions! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,
lesliesig

12 thoughts on “get WELL soon

  1. This is such a lovely card! I’m always looking for original “get well” cards and this is definitely an inspiring new take! I thought the addition of the buckle was so clever and really gives it a great sense of dimension and texture. I love the subtle look of the flowers and this all came together beautifully. Thank you for sharing your time and talents with us for this week’s Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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  2. This turned out perfect, kind of a bit vintagy. I love the colors and design. At least you were able to use the medium, I’ve had things so long they turned rock hard and the only way to use them is as a paper weight =}. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Little Red Wagon Challenge this week!

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