- For the card front: Turn the card with the fold on the left. Cut a piece of the tan/blue floral paper to cover the front and ink the edges, but don't glue it yet. Cut a 1½"x6½" piece of the blue/black scrollwork paper and mat the left long edge with black textured paper, leaving a 1/16" wide mat. Glue the strip along the right edge of the floral piece.
- Cut the tiles laser border off the sheet, then cut eight of the tiles to 7/8"x¾". Mat five tiles on blue textured paper, then on tan textured paper, leaving 1/16" wide mats each time. Glue the tiles evenly spaced on the blue scroll border.
- Cut the "sending you caring thoughts" quote to 2" square and mat it on blue textured paper, leaving a 1/16" wide mat. Mat it again on black, leaving a 1/32" wide mat. Glue the quote to the floral piece next to the border, 1¼" from the lower edge.
- Tie a shoestring bow in one end of the blue/brown stitched ribbon. Trim the left ribbon tail to 4" and the right tail to 2" long. Glue the bow at an angle at the lower right corner of the quote, then glue the long left tail across the floral piece, securing the end at the back. Glue the constructed front to the blank card front. Add a blue crystal to the center of each tile.
- For the inside: Cut a 2½"x5" piece of the tan floral paper and ink the edges. Glue it to the inside near the fold. Cut a 3 5/8"x2 7/8" piece of the blue/black scrollwork paper and ink the edges. Cut the "hoping you'll feel better soon" quote to 2 5/8"x2" and mat it on blue textured paper, leaving a 1/16" wide mat. Glue the quote centered on the scrollwork piece.
- Cut out the tan tag, and the "relax" and "get well" word art. Ink the edges of the words and glue them to the tag, positioned as shown. Glue the tag to the lower right corner of the quote, then add a silver brad to it. Glue the quote to the inside, positioned on the floral paper as shown. Mat three laser tiles on blue textured paper, leaving 1/16" wide mats. Glue them evenly spaced to the floral piece, close to the fold, than add a crystal to the center of each.