Saturday, February 25, 2012

PSC20: Get Well Sketch

It's time for another Perfect Sentiments Challenge. This week challenge is a Get Well card using a sketch. I will show you the sketch in must a minute, but first for my card.
And now for the Challege Sketch.
This is how I used the sketch to make my card.
For the center circle I used the large Floral Doily Motif cutter by Spellbinders. I then ran it through my BigKicks in the small dots folder by Sizzix.. For the sentiment I used my "Cricut Phrases Cartridge to cut out the Get Well Soon sentiment and layered it on top of the Doily.
In the corner I made a yellow polka dot bow to add more of  a spring touch.
For the bottom lace look, I cut 4 corner pieces from the same Floral Doily Motif, the glued two of them together and placed them ontop of the polka dot ribbon that I used for the bow. Very elegant look for this card.
For the inside, (which is upside down and I don't know why, but my computer WILL NOT KEEP IT UP RIGHT) anyway, I placed the same yellow ribbon and cut two of the corner pieces out of yellow, this time to match the front. I think this card SHOUTS OUT Get Well.









9 comments:

  1. This card is super cute, Pam! I love the polka dots and the bright colors. Thanks for joining us this week at The Perfect Sentiment.

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    1. Thanks Ashley, I really love this card. It's so bright and cheerful.

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  2. Love the cheerful yellow. Thanks for playing along with the Perfect Sentiment.

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  3. a very cheery and wonderful get well card thanks for joining us at the perfect sentiment.

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  4. Great job on the card. I like what you did with the ribbon and the cutouts. Thanks for joining us at the Perfect Sentiment.

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  5. Wonderful Card love the polka dots, thanks so much for playing with us at Simply Create Too.

    I have some yummy blog candy here‘s the link if you are interested

    Xoxo Marjo

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  6. Really lovely card. Thanks for joining in with this week's Polka Doodles recipe challenge.
    Fliss x

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  7. This is truly lovely Pam. Love the bright yellow with the die-cut sentiment. Awesome. Thanks for sharing at The Perfect Sentiment.

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  8. I love the bright yellow. It's sure to brighten up someone's day. Thanks for playing along at Perfect Sentiments.

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