Sunday, 2 March 2014

Hoping for a speedy recovery

Just heard that my best friend had an accident while skiing. She was on the last day of her holiday when she lost a ski and twisted her knee, and is strapped into a metal cage to hold her leg immobile and in quite a bit of pain. So I thought I would make her a get well card.


The colours of the card look a little muddy but are meant to be Squeezed Lemonade, Tumbled Glass, and Peeled Paint, blended through an oval mask. The seed heads are from a set I bought on Friday by Marion Emberson Designs stamped in Momento Tuxedo Black and the sentiment is from a Personnel Impressions set.

I shall enter it in the following challenges:-

Less is More - Yellow and Green
Creative Card Crew - Get Well

Cheers for now, bye and thanks for stopping by.

11 comments:

  1. Simple and elegance - beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at Creative Card Crew challenge. Good Luck! Joanna DT

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  2. An interesting selection of shapes and colors. Fresh and simple vision.
    Thank you for participating in our challenge ин Creative Card Crew.
    Adriana DT :o)

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  3. Sorry to hear about your pal's mishap, she's bound to be cheered by your LIM Get Well card though

    Kathyk

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  4. This is lovely, I'm sure your friend will appreciate it!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Less is More

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  5. Lovely card ..... hope your friend's feeling better.xx

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  6. Beautiful card, hope your friend heals soon. Love Alison xx

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  7. Ouch! Lovely card you made your friend
    Thanks for joining this week’s Less is More Challenge
    Anne
    (Guest LIM commenter!)

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  8. This is gorgeous,.... how sad for your friend too ! Viv xx

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  9. Love the seed heads against the masked oval! Hope your friend is cheered up by this lovely card! Nicole x

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  10. Great card thanks for joining us at CCC xx Jan

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