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Get Well Soon

Susan Cobb

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Get Well Soon
By Susan Cobb

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Designer's tip: I added glitter to the double stick dazzles in a few different ways-half green, half gold; gold center with green edges, and then sprinkling randomly with green, then gold over a leaf. I added non-stitched leaf dazzle over a glittered leaf for a pretty effect.



  1. With the card fold at the top, cover the card front with brown/burgundy/green/orange squares paper and ink the edges. Mat a 4" brown cardstock square on green patterned paper, leaving a ¼" border. Ink edges and glue to the card front, centered 3/8" from the right side. Mat a 5/8" x 5" brown cardstock strip on green, leaving a 1/8" border. Ink edges brown. Glue even with the left side of the card front. Ink edges of the card brown. Add non-stitched dazzle border to the brown strip, trimming edges evenly at top and bottom.
  2. Place the double stick leaves and swirl on the brown square, arranged as shown. Sprinkle gold glitter on portions of leaves and swirl as indicated in the photo. Tap off the excess glitter and pour it back into the container. Add emerald glitter to remaining areas of the leaves, tap off excess and pour back into the container. Add a non-stitched leaf dazzle sticker centered over the large glittered leaf. Add a swirl from the stitched dazzles sheet, and "Hello" sticker in the lower right corner.
  3. Inside: Mat a 4" x 2" brown cardstock rectangle on brown/burgundy/green/orange squares paper and ink the edges. Mat on green leaving a 1/8" border and ink the edges. Glue centered to the inside. Attach a leaf sticker to the right side of the brown cardstock, then glitter it randomly with gold, then emerald glitter. Add swirl sticker at the lower right corner. Add "Get Well Soon" sticker to brown cardstock, trim to a rectangle, then mat on green leaving a 1/8" border. Ink the edges and glue overlapping the brown cardstock and matting as shown.