Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Get Well Cards

Hey everyone! 

I'm back with some cards for the What We Do Best challenge! Click HERE for details!  But, just in case you haven't heard, Technique Junkies is doing a four week challenge, with a different theme each week, and awarding a $50 gift certificate to the Technique Junkies shop.  While it's fun to win some prizes, remember that crafting is also a good way to pass the time during this social distancing period. Making cards is a perfect way to thank hospital staff, police and fire fighters, EMT's, postal workers, grocery store workers! The theme this week is "Get Well". Don't forget that your cards must include a decorated envelope!

Here's what I made for this challenge:

This card uses Technique Junkies 'Wreath Wishes', and 'A Colorful Life 6 x 6 Stencil 'Messy Diamond Grid' Stencil.

This card was made using Technique Junkies 'Floral Dot', and a computer generated sentiment.

Technique Junkies 'Play in the Puddles' was used for this card. Again, I used a computer generated sentiment.

Last, this pretty card uses Technique Junkies' Tulips with Text' and a computer generated sentiment.
Hope you like it! I'm getting these stamped and addressed as soon as I finish this post!

Don't forget!!! You can always save 10% on any order by entering TJ10Patti at checkout.
The sun is trying to shine here in MO. We have a 'tree man' here, removing a huge, dead tree from our yard. This is one we felt we couldn't do ourselves. It's very close to both power lines and fencing! Enjoy your day!  

Hugs and smiles,
Patti J.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are beautiful! LOVING the colors!

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

You rocked out doing these challenge cards! They are all so beautiful!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Your cards are all so gorgeous. Great work on all of them.

Cheryl W said...

Very pretty assortment of cards. You'll be ready to comfort family members or friends if they become ill (hopefully not!). I especially love the stenciled design on the first card. Those pastel shades are comforting to look at.