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Get Well Wishes

Hello! Happy Monday! Today is my day to post on the Great Impressions Stamps blog.

My card today uses A Band-Aid from Muzzy (D273) & Get Well (B140) from Great Impression Stamps. This little mouse is such a sweetie!

 

2013-03-24 GI Get well wishes WM_thumb[1]

 

My mojo is still on hiatus. I tried to do something a bit different for me to see if I could bring it back. I keep this card pretty CAS and used some of my stash of washi tape. Look – no dp! I thought I would let this little mouse take center stage.

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you have a fabulous week!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: A Band-Aid from Muzzy (D273) & Get Well (B140) from Great Impression Stamps
  • Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Papers: Papertrey kraft CS
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: May Arts burlap twine, misc. button & washi tape

 

Challenges:

Comments

Chris said…
hmmm...I wish I could make something this cute without mojo! :) It really is adorable!
Ciska said…
super cute get well soon card Cheryl, love the CAS look :)
Sonia said…
Wonderful card my friend,I adore this sweet image and the beautiful colors used^_^
Happy week,
Sonia
Lisa said…
This is so adorable!! That is the sweetest image!! Your stitching is amazing!! What a fabulous card!! Happy Monday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
cotnob said…
This is a gorgeous card Cheryl, such an adorable image and great design.
Pauline
x
Sue - bearhouse said…
Awwww I love the cute image, beautiful colouring and I like the way you have stitched the layers.
Sue xx
MiamiKel said…
SUPER cute!!! How absolutely adorable :) x0x0
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Imke said…
Cheryl, this is such a sweet image and your layout is fabulous. Love the earth colors.
Annette said…
aww so totally cute..
Sandra H said…
Nice card Cheryl x
Linda Compton said…
It may be on white and your mojo may be on hiatus, but the aspects of this Get Well card are Right On. Love the stitching and just the whole thing.
Lisa Lynn said…
Cheryl - another lovely card. Saw you also posted on MIM. That image is just adorable.
Kathy and Lucky said…
What a cute card, it will bring smiles to someone and love the warm, comfy colors. I think your MOJO is just fine :)
Davi said…
Looks like great mojo to me! A darling card with that cutie image :)
Lisa Warren said…
Hello, A lovely card, love the image. Thank you for joining us at Gingerloft. Lisa :)
Susan Hogan said…
Mojo looks OK to me! That mouse is super sweet and love the dotty background around him - that looks so effective. Thanks for joining us at the Gingerloft Kraft challenge!
Sandy said…
Very cute card, Cheryl. fab design, love the pop of yellow and the twine too. Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
Hugs,
Sandy
pinky said…
This is just adorable! Thanks for joining us at crafty Ribbons.
Pinky
Sandy said…
LOL, back again but this time with another hat on.
Love your fab card and cute image too. Thanks for sharing your creativity with 613 Avenue Create this week. Hope to see you again.
Hugs,
Sandy
Debra Miller said…
Awww - this is so sweet. Love the CAS layout. Saw it on MIM. Deb
Pia S said…
Love the little mouse - such a cute image for a "get well" card! The design is great, love the clean look and fabulous stitching! Visiting from MIM.
Chris said…
this is just absolutely adorable. the mouse with a bandaid put a smile on my face and I'm sure that it would cheer up anybody.
thanks for playing with us at Pile it On.
Julia said…


I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!

My entries are: #4, #207, #213, and #236.

I would love to have you visit my blogs: Paper and Scraps Creations by Julia and My Art... Healing The Soul.

Hugs,

Julia<br /
Abbie Kay said…
A beautiful card and lovely image. Thank you for joining us at Creative Moments. Abbie (Owner) xx
THE CUTEST THING EVER!!!!!!

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