It is SO still the season for catching all those nasty bugs that keep floating around. I hope you've been able to avoid being in that situation. On that note we, at the Card A Day Blog, have some Get Well inspirations to share. I received some really cute supplies from my dear sister for Christmas, and decided to use some of them for today's card.
My card was a fairly quick one to make once I decided just what I wanted to do. First I'll show you the main supplies I used.
The two stamp and die sets were part of my Christmas gift. Now, here's my card:
When I was getting out my supplies I thought I would stamp the 'bug' outline and color it, but there were a few dp scraps sitting next to my new sets and one just caught my eye. So I lined up the outline stamp where I wanted it on the scrap, and used the die to cut it out.
In the same stack of scraps I found a piece of handmade paper that was perfect for cutting out the clouds. The handmade paper gave the clouds some nice texture.
I'm not sure you can see the texture in the photos, but it shows up nicely in person.
Next, I cut a scrap of blue for some sky, and I tore a piece of kraft card to use for the ground. I used two brown-toned inks to color the edges a bit without making the ground too busy-looking.
After stamping the sentiment, I laid the 'sky' down with my ATG, and used foam tape to affix the ground pieces and the car. I used a double layer of the foam tape to lift the lower ground piece above the car.
My card base, which is sized at 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" to fit a standard A2 envelope, is a dark navy blue, so I added a white insert for the message and signature.
The pictures don't really show it off very well, but this card is very cute in person and will certainly help brighten the day for someone who isn't feeling quite up to par.
Stamp/Die Sets: taylored expressions "Wheely Great" set and hampton art "Welcome Home" set by doodlebug design inc. and Sizzix.
Inks: VersaMagic "Ocean Depth" Chalk Ink and Memento "Desert Sand" and "Rich Cocoa."
Cardstock: Gina K Designs "In the Navy" and Neenah "Kraft."
Thanks, as always, for your visit. Please know that I truly appreciate the time you take to spend with me. 'Til next time.....