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Get Well Card for Kelly's Social Stamping bloghop - Hope you're not feeling Boho Indigo blue


 Welcome back for Kelly's August blog hop where the theme this month is 

"Get Well". 

I don't tend to make too many of these style of cards but I guess the notion of "feeling better" doesn't have to mean sickness.To be honest I instantly feel better whenever I receive a handmade card! I do a little skip from the post box to the front door!

So I have been trying to send them more frequently, hoping I make others feel a little better too. This means that I like to use tried and true card designs that are easy to mass create. Another trick is to use lots of papers that coordinate without having to think about it too much. Stampin' Up! makes that easy, and the Boho Indigo set of papers are literally The Best Ever! I love these colours, and all the designs go together so I have made a stack of mix and match cards.

I love Lou's Bay Window card and this came together really quickly. I have posted some other versions back on Mother's Day here, and there is a link on that page to some of Lou's samples and the instructions from Alicia Yap.



These are so effective because they are easy to make, fold flat for posting and are very impressive when they are standing on your recipient's table.





Next up this week is Denise Beutler . Can't wait to see what she has created this time with Kelly's theme. Be sure and hop all the way around for some fabulous inspiration.


till next time,


I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"
cheers, Liz


Comments

  1. Liz, I so love your Bay Window fancy fold card. You are right, the Boho Indigo DSP is delightful.and works so well with this style of card. 💖

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  2. I love the way you've used this amazing paper!!! What a perfect fold and perfect reason to send a card - I love the skip from the letter box image!!! Thankyou.

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  3. That DSP is just wonderful and this style of fold is perfect for displaying it! I agree, all cards are lovely to receive! Kelly x

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  4. Love this card style Liz. Great way to match up different papers from the same set. The foil really sets off the Boho Indigo DSP and you are so right - nothing like getting a card in the post to make your day brighter.

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