Hello friends and TGIF! I hope you have fun things planned for the weekend ahead! I am super excited because I am getting out of work early this afternoon to go to The Inspiration Station in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, for an afternoon of classes with my friends and Lawn Fawn's own Jenn Shurkus! If you are lucky enough to have Jenn come teach at a store near you, I highly encourage you to sign up for a class. Her classes are filled with tons of inspiration, helpful tips and tricks, and all around crafty fun. I can't wait to see and use (and mostly likely buy) all the new Lawn Fawn spring release products! : )
Be sure to follow along for some behind-the-scenes action here on my Instastories.
Now, on to today's get well cards, which were entirely unplanned for today's post, yet somehow seem appropriate given the current state of the world. No one ever wants to have to send get well cards, but if you do, the "Take It Easy" stamp set and "Cozy Bed" dies from Papertrey Ink are perfect!
*A full list of supplies is available at the end of this post. Both cards were made the same way, I simply used a different color combination for each.
The base of each A2 sized card was either made from Balmy Blue or Pineapple Punch cardstock. I cut a 5 1/4" x 4" piece of Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock as the first matted layer. In the upper left corner of each card I stamped the sentiment in the corresponding ink color. Using the Cozy Bed dies from Papertrey Ink, I die cut each bed scene from either yellow or blue cardstock. The patterned paper on the bedding is all from the Lawn Fawn Spring Fling 6" x 6" paper pack. I stamped the cute images (pajamas, hot water bottle, tissues box, newspaer, etc) in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on a separate sheet of white cardstock. I colored the images before adhering them to the card using 3M foam adhesive for added dimension. The fun thing about this "Take it Easy" stamp set is that you can customize your newspaper greetings with a whole array of fun sentiments or news headlines!
Thank you for taking the time to visit and I hope you have a wonderfully creative weekend!
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