I’m sharing a whole week of Needlepoint Nook cards this week, did you miss yesterday’s card? Check it out HERE!
The Stampin’ Up! Artisan created a fabulous blog hop using this suite last week, you can see all the fun projects over on my dedicated Needlepoint Nook Pinterest Board!
Today’s card is a really pretty, and simple, Get Well Soon card. These are one of those cards that you never have when you need one… except this suite would be a great way of making a stack of Get Well Soon cards ready to go for some stress free wish sending!
Needlepoint Nook also coordinates with the Pretty Label punch, and this sentiment fits in their just perfectly! Here I’ve layered it against an embossed panel using one of the dies from the coordinating die set too.
Our card for today uses the Petite Petals stamps and punch to give a fully coordinated look
The original card uses the new 2014-2016 In Colours: Blackberry Bliss, Lost Lagoon, and Hello Honey, along with Crumb Cake from the Neutrals collection, I changed it a little for the video, using Brights collection colours; Real Red, Bermuda Bay, and Daffodil Delight.
The card uses Whisper White cardstock, cut to 10 x5 inches, and scored at 5 inches, but you could totally adjust that to meet your own needs (and what you might have in your crafty stash)
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This beautiful card uses more of Papermania capsule collection, but this time in a way that is brand new to me – teabag folding. I was watching youtube last week, and came across this video, of a lady making this fold for the top of a box. I thought it was so pretty I had to give it a go! This was my third completed flower (the first I have already given away on a card, which I forgot to photograph!)
I added two layered buttons and some bakers twine to complete the flower before adding to a simple Get Well Soon card