Monday, June 13, 2011

On the Mend: Get Well Soon

It is inspiration week over at Lawn Fawn, and today the design team is showcasing the On the Mend stamp set.  I have to say, the smiley faces on the images in this set kill me...in a good way.  You can't help but smile and feel happy just by looking at them.  
I started out, by stamping the band-aid image onto the card base with Versa mark ink.  For those of you, who may not know what Versamark is, it is a pigment watermark ink.  I chose to get a cool watermark look, but this ink is also good for using embossing powders.  The powder clings nicely to this ink.
I stamped the vase of flowers onto white card stock, and colored it in using Copic markers.  I fussy cut the flowers out, then set it aside.  Before I adhered the pink card stock down, I rounded one of the bottom corner.  Then with foam tape, adhered the vase of flowers into place.  Next was stamping the sentiment, and I finished the card off by adding a Want2Scrap black circle rhinestones.  Instead of using the circle as a whole, I cut it up to give the card a fun feel.
For more inspiration with the On the Mend set visit the Lawn Fawn blog, and the rest of the designers.

8 comments:

Lea L. said...

What a cute card!! I love the bandaid stamped background...such a great touch!!

Linn said...

its very whimsical & cute thanks for sharing it

Kelly said...

those gem circles are awesome and I LOVE the band-aid background! VERY CUTE!

mommamikki said...

Oh my! i love the background with the
bling and band-aids...such a cute idea. Just makes me smile TONS!

Chari M. said...

This card is so sweet. Those little smiling flowers make me happy and I love the subtle bandaid background.

Susan said...

I always marvel at the simplicity of your designs, but this creation is especially sweet.

Sarah said...

Adorable card. Love the little pop of green from the vase.

Debbie Flowers said...

A very happy card! Would make anyone not feeling good, feel better. Thanks for sharing.

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