This card could be a birthday card, Mother’s Day or even a get well card, I decided to make it into a birthday card. I love the bright pink colors that I used and the cute little doily under the teapot. I added a small cake on the bottom and the big words Make a Wish.
Ever have one of those days when you are not feeling well and you just want to be let alone. Well this card inspired me to make someone feel just the opposite, I wanted them to smile when they received this card and know that someone cares about them.
I stamped the image and then fussy cut around it and colored the flowers with copic markers. I then stamped and punched out the get well words and added a small frame around the words. I used a slight texture embossing folder for the background and added a couple of rhinestones. The inside message can be anything but I chose “Wishing you a speedy recovery.”
Both of these cards were made for family members who have birthdays in February.
The first one is a side step card with birthday cakes on it.
Here is a better angle of the step on the card
This next card was created using Stampin Ups Paper Pumpkin kit. If you ever want a simple kit for creating cards the Paper Pumpkin kits are well worth the money.
Did I hear someone say they were not feeling well? I have just the thing to cheer them up. I made this card for the people who may have the flu or a cold and wanted someone to know they were thinking of them. I added an instant cup of soup to the card.
This card was made for a little girl who loves doing ballet. The ballerina twirls back and forth. I did paper piecing for the ballerina and used a bokeh background to look like she is twirling.