Happy Sunday, thanks so much for stopping by! Today I have a clean and simple get well card to share with you, which was inspired by this week’s sketch challenge over at CAS(E) this Sketch.
I loved how the sentiment on the inspiration sketch takes center stage in the design, and thought it would be fun to die cut a script style font using my Silhouette Cameo, to fill the sentiment area of the card.
Inside my Silhouette Studio, I created the words “feel better” using the font “Halo Handletter”. I then duplicated my script, and welded one of them to a 4 1/4″ square to create. I then die cut my panel
from some green polka dot paper, and the “feel better” script from white cardstock.
I created a 4 1/2” square card base from some more white cardstock, and rounded the corners. Rounding the corners of my panel, I adhered it to the card base with dimensional foam tape, before layering a strip of black cardstock and the “feel better” script on top of it with some liquid matte adhesive.
With some pink enamel hearts, and some dark pink rhinestones, I added a bit of interest to the card, but minimally, so that I could still maintain my clean and simple design. I also added some faux stitching around the edges of my card to finish it all off.
And because I love adding some extra decoration to my cards, I stamped a continuation of the sentiment on the inside by stamping the words “pretty please” with the “Milo’s ABCs“stamp set from Lawn Fawn and some black ink. I also adhered one more enamel heart underneath the sentiment to tie in with the embellishments on the front of the card.
So that finishes off the card! I hope you’ve enjoyed this clean and simple get well card, and that it has inspired you to create a CAS card of your own!
Happy Creating! :)