Friday, October 10, 2008

Get Well Flowers

Here is a quick card I made this morning. I realized I don't make enough "get well" cards, so I thought I make on using Melanie's new sets, A Year of Flowers, and Say it With Flowers.

The flowers were stamped, then colored with Koh-i-noor pencils and blended with OMS. Then I cut them out and embossed them with clear embossing powder. They are placed on a Very Vanilla panel, that I sponged with Apricot Appeal ink.

The larger panel is Apricot Appeal card stock, sponged with Apricot Appeal ink. The card base is Very Vanilla, which I again, sponged with Apricot Appeal.

Hopefully, I won't need this anytime soon, but with flu season approaching, I suspect I will.

Here's hoping you have a happy (and healthy) weekend! Thanks for stopping by.

12 comments:

fishlips said...

So so pretty the colors on the flowers are just amazing...I just got this set tooo !!!

Jennifer Love said...

Very pretty!

Deb said...

Sooooo very beautiful, fabulous colors/coloring, love the piercing and the gems!!

catdidit said...

Gorgeous creation Theresa! This would make anybody smile and feel better! Love the colors you used also!

Shirley said...

The flowers are so pretty and the card is lovely every where and there's that beautiful ribbon again.

Melanie said...

a great spirit lifter, excellent choice of the flower and colors! (do you know what type of flower that is BTW? LOL! It's one of the only pieces of info I'm lacking to post my tip sheet...)

Carolyn King said...

Beautiful get well card. I love your coloring! I am sure whoever eventually receives it is gonna feel better just getting that in the mail!

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

STUNNING flowers!!! I love the coloring and the gorgeous ribbon too!!

Jessica said...

Beautiful card!! Love your coloring - as always, Theresa!!

Kristine B. said...

OOo...rich and beautiful!!

Deb Neerman said...

Sooooooooo pretty! LOVE it!

Elena said...

Very pretty card! Love the colors! Thank you, Theresa, for the detailed description! That is helps a lot for people who are trying to learn how to do beautiful things as you do!