Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Get Well Card With Watercolored Faux Die Cut

 I shared this handmade image the other day, making it for a special friend who was in the hospital.  Today, I put it together for this lovely get well card.    I think it's so bright and cheery and would make anyone's day, don't you?  I hope my friend loves it.  I call it a faux die cut.  It's not really a die cut, but it looks like one, right?  No fancy machine required, just the hands that God gave me.  ;)

 You can read all about how I made this watercolored image with my Tombow Dual Brush pens here, and how you can make one too:

To put this together, I used an A2 Core'dinations card from the Bright collection and added a sheet of glitter mesh that I picked up at the Scrapbook Expo last year.  I made some leaves out of May Arts Ribbon white silky crushed ribbon and inked it green with my Quick Quotes Powder Puff chalk ink in Limeade.  Next, I added some orange striped May Arts Ribbon and some Skittles embellishments which are not yet released, but you get a sneak peek today!  This is all held together with Tombow Power Bond adhesive runner and foam squares. 

Hope you're on the mend Deb.  This card is for you!

I plan on entering this card into several challenges:

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  1. What an amazingly beautiful card my talented crafty friend!!! I'm blown away!

  2. Gorgeous card - great coloring. LOVE that glitter mesh.

  3. Love the way you let the webbing hang over, Terri!

  4. Pretty card! Your friend is going to love it!

  5. Love the watercolor look!

  6. Gorgeous card Terri! I love the texture of the webbing and the dots look wonderful.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx


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