A Get Well Card For Rhonda (Scrap Happens)

Hello Friends,

One of my best cyber friends Rhonda at Scrap Happens has been through a rough time.  She recently had surgery and some family troubles so I wanted to make her a card to let her know that I think of her every single day.




I started with this Cameo Silhouette card, it was supposed to have a flower in the center of it.  When I went to put it together, it just looked so serious!  I wanted to cheer Rhonda up so I decided to add this cute digital stamp from Fresh Brewed Designs called Get Well Soup.  Isn't she cute?

Thank you for stopping by today, I look forward to your comments!

Recipe for card
Digital Stamp- Fresh Brewed Designs
Copic Markers
Bazzil Paper
Bling from Stash

Challenges
http://freshbreweddesigns.blogspot.com/2013/01/fresh-brewed-designs-2013-challenge-1.html
http://paperprettiesblog.blogspot.com/2013/01/paper-pretties-wednesday-challenge.html

Hugs,

5 comments:

  1. This is sure to cheer her up! Love the sweet image and the cute label! Also, thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment! I appreciate it!
    Sherrie K

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  2. You are so sweet, Chriss!! What a gorgeous card!! The image is adorable!! Rhonda will LOVE this!! Happy Friday :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. I LOVE this Chriss and know Rhonda will also! You are so super sweet for sending this to her!!!
    That image is just so adorable...LOVE it!!
    TFS and have a GREAT weekend!

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  4. EHEHEHE!!! This is SO FUN!!! I LOVE The blue diecut and the bright, happy colors. Sure to bring cheer anyone who is not feeling well.

    Thank you for playing along in Freshly Brewed Challenges first challenge of 2013!~
    HUGS -
    Heather D
    www.freshbreweddesigns.com

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  5. thank you sweet friend and I do love it. I have it hanging up in front of me in my craft room. hugs

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