I’ve Got You Covered – Get Well Card

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By Card Making and Paper Crafts Contributor Heidi. Follow Heidi on her blog Blue Scallop Creations and on Instagram @bluescallopcreations.

When you are sick, there’s nothing better than having someone take all the worries off your plate for a while.  I love the sentiment on my project today, because it’s telling a friend you’ll take care of things.  Plus, there’s a pun involved which can always bring a smile.

The stamp set I used is called Get Well and it includes these cute bandages that I stamped multiple times on to kraft colored cardstock.  In the end, I don’t end up using all of them, but it’s always nice to have extra to work with.

To add a realistic look to the bandages, I decided to stamp the dotted “filler” stamps to the insides using Versamark Ink and some clear embossing powder.

Before die cutting them with the matching die included in the set, I trimmed each bandage apart with my large scissors so I could quickly run them through my Sidekick, one after the other.

I find this tiny die cutting machine really convenient when I just want to cut quick little images like hearts or words.

For the background of my card, I used a really pretty heart stencil from PA Essentials and blended some Peacock Feathers Distress Ink over it.  I laid down a strip of thin Post-it Tape on either side of my vertically placed white note card to mask off the edges.

After peeling off the Post-It Tape, I added the little bandages over the top of the hearts along with the sentiment.

I added another sentiment to the inside.

 

The set comes with a little heart die cut I added to the top of each bandage.  I love this simple layered look with the stencil.  Perfect for that special friend that could use a little care.

Thanks so much for joining me today!

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