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January 3, 2013

Get Well Soon Card

Hi Everyone! This is Elizabeth from 217 Creations.  I am here today to share a card with you.
I designed this card as a gift for Alexander's Resource teacher who was severely injured in November.  As many of you know, two my sons have Autism.  The loss of his teacher at school has caused a bit of upheaval but hopefully she will be back soon.  He misses her so much.  I am not sure we have ever had an educational advocate for him as we did with her.
The card itself is pretty simple. It is an A7.  The lattice border and butterfly are from Cricut Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art. The lattice is cut at 1.65 inches.  The butterfly and shadow are cut at 2.21 inches.
I used an epoxy paper clip from Melody Ross.  I love her inspirational embellishments.
The "Get Well" and banner are from Pink By Design Everyday Banners. I stamped with Close to My Heart Ink Cocoa Dye ink.  I also inked with the same Cocoa ink across the cuts and edges of the layers.
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I have added the Free Gypsy File for download on my personal blog.

You will need Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art to cut this file.

3 comments :

Karon said...

A very beautiful card - love the papers and the embellishments. TFS

Pam said...

Beautiful card. Looks so whimsy because of the soft colored chosen. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

Michelle said...

What a very pretty card - TFS.

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