cough, cold and flue season! How about a little pick me up for someone you know who is under the weather? Wellness Wishes is another one of the options for free stamp sets,
Isn't the dog just so sad and cute. And when I am sick, I certainly don't want to lift my head off the pillow so how about a Easel card
Using the Scallop Circle die and my Big Shot I cut one Marina Mist scallop circle and then using a 5 1/2 x 11 scored and folded at 5 1/2 piece I placed it on the die leaving four scallops uncovered and ran it through resulting in a the base of the card. Score one of the sides in half, fold and burnish the fold and attach the other scallop circle to the folded part of the scallop circle and you have your easel.
You can't feel blue for long looking at such a forlorn face. Folds flat to go in an envelope
I needed to make a little gift for someone who has been having a hard time since his surgery six weeks ago. What colors should I use? Today, I started with what I was putting in the package.
That's right, Dove Milk Chocolate-they are wrapped in a color so close to Night of Navy, that was my starting point. Since this was for a guy, I decided to add Old Olive and use Whisper White for the image panel.
Don't you just love the band aid? The set I used was Wellness Wishes, with it's sad little dog and the Band-aid with personality! Have you noticed that most of our stamp set priced dropped in this catalogue, it is now just $17.95. For the box to put it in I used a template from Stampin' Up, Box #4.
Let's hope this puts a smile back on this normally cheery chap!
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