Saturday, September 20, 2014

Lawn Fawn Get Well Card #2

I wanted to post my second Lawn Fawn card last night that I created using the "Get Well Soon" stamp set but an unexpected night with no Charlotte was thrust upon my husband and I. What were we to do? We went out to dinner and then came home to watch a movie together. A perfect way to spend a Friday night in my book. After a hectic week of being sick, just relaxing was the way to go.

I spent most of today cleaning my bedroom and then organizing my desk in my craft room. What-a-mess!!! I still have a ways to go but needed a break. So here I am.

This get well card is my favorite out of the three I created using the Lawn Fawn set.  It was just downright fun to make. From the get go I decided not to use a sentiment on the front.

To start with, I utilized the paper scraps from my first card to edge both sides of the card. I have SO MANY scraps that they are no longer fitting in their designated spot. I figured using them up immediately would be key!!

I then stamped the band aids onto a white scrap of card stock and used Copic markers to color them in. Little hearts were added for a fun around the plasters. Next, I adhered the white panel to the middle of the card front.

Instead of a sentiment, I created a tiny shaker box using the Lawn Fawn "A Birdie Told Me" die set. I die cut a word bubble out of black card stock and white fun foam. I then die cut a heart out of each so that I had an area to place the glitter. I think it was the perfect element for above the little sparrow's head.

I used foam adhesive to adhere the sparrow and the band aid to the lower right of the card. The tiny heart stamps were added after.

The last step was to cover the black card stock with glossy accents. It was not planned but I noticed that when I had adhered the word bubble to the card, I got some adhesive on the front of it. I chose to just cover it with the glossy accents instead of making a new bubble. There is a sentiment inside but I was too lazy to photograph it.

I am going to submit this card to the "Good Medicine Recipe Swap" at the Catered Crop.

Thank you for joining me today. Have a great night!!

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