Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Stampin' Up! One Sheet Wonder Get Well Card

Good afternoon...I'm running behind today but it really doesn't matter, I guess, because who knows when you are reading this (smile).

Over at 613 Avenue Create Challenge #227 their monthly challenge is Anything Goes with an optional twist "Scrap Your Stash". I love challenges like this. I have so many scraps on my desk, along with unfinished One Sheet Wonders. I found some of those when I was cleaning the other day so I created this card...

It was so long ago that I cut up these pieces (3 years ago!). I don't remember what stamp that is but I do know the patterned paper was given to me by Carole.  It is from Paper Flowers by Louise Tiler. I like to play at Craftyhazelnuts Monthly Patterned Paper Challenge so I hope she likes it! 

The card base and mats are Melon Mambo. The Very Vanilla mat is embossed with the Layered Leaves 3D Embossing Folder. The wooden butterfly embellishment is from last year's Sale-A-Bration promotion. That was also laying on my desk. The "Get Well Soon" was one of those "lift off" sentiments.

The inside uses a retired stamp from Thoughts & Prayers, along with the current flower filigree from Beauty Abounds. It's stamped with Crumb Cake ink on a piece of paper I inherited from Office Max. It has speckles in it so it has that ink splattered look.

Thank you for stopping by today. I enjoy your visits. Oh, and if you remember what that flower stamp is from, could you let me know in a comment. I'd like to use it again!


  1. Fabulous creation with wonderful stamping ! Thanks for sharing at 613 Avenue Create x

    1. Thank you so much, Jean, for leaving a comment on behalf of 613.


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