Sunday, February 25, 2018

Hang in there, Cousin! sloth Get Well card

Get Well card featuring 2 Cute Ink Sweet Sloth digital stamp, by Paperesse.

My cousin just had her second back surgery in as many years. I whipped up this get well card to let her know I'm thinking of her. Like the turtle card I sent her after her fist surgery, I think the image is eminently appropriate.


The digital stamp is Sweet Sloth from 2 Cute Ink.  The green leaf digital paper is a freebie from Pixel Scrapper – Janet Scott Pond Life Green Leaf.  The bark paper is from Tactile Studio's Splendor digital paper pack. Candy Round BTN font was used for the sentiment. A little jute ribbon and this button from my stash make perfect embellishments.


If you think that Toga polaroid die-cut surrounding the stamp looks like real wood – you're right! It is real wood. I found several sheets on sale at a decorative center a few years back. I like the look, but it's not easy to use. It's a bit brittle and has a tendency to crack. You can see where I used it on this Go Nuts! birthday card, too. The banner die-cut behind the button is part of  Polaroid die-cut set.

Supply List
Paper – kraft card base, Pixel Scrapper Janet Scott Pond Life Green Leaf, Tactile Studio Splendor
Digital stamp – 2 Cute Ink Sweet Sloth
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Dies – Toga polaroid die-cut set
Embellishments – ribbon, button
Font – Candy Round BTN

I'm linking up with: Crafty Animals #11 – ATG with an animal, 2 Crafty Critter Crazies Feb. – ATG with a critter, Cut It Up! #142 – ATG with a die-cut, Creative Fingers #143 – ATG, and Lil' Patch of Crafty Friends #76 – ATG.

8 comments:

Cut It Up Challenge Blog said...

Really cute!! That wooden frame is really cool, and the sloth adorable.

Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!

Evelyn
http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

~ginny said...

Whoa! Very cute! First thing to grab my attention is your color choices for the sloth... lOVe the warm yellow earth tones combined with the greys! That little guy just pops! Your ability to see the thin wood [veneer?] possibilities for cards is so typical of your creative strength! Seeing the freebie green leaf paper and combining it as a small fish-tail banner with a cloth[?] button to balance the colors... so creative! And THEN, the very cool sewn cordage! It would be a kick in the pants to shop with you!
~ginny

Blue Daisy said...

Cute card! Thank you for joining our challenge at Lil Patch Of Crafty Friends!
Tracyx

lisa808 said...

Darling image and love that real wood. Best wishes to your cousin for her recovery.

Fanny DG said...

Je me disais que ce papier ressemblait trop à du vrai bois!! Elle est magnifique cette planche, fine, avec une jolie texture... Idéale pour nos projets de carterie!! J'ai adoré ta carte, l'image est superbe et les couleurs très masculines! Ton cousin sera bien content!!
Bisous :o)

JanR said...

Aw, so cute! I love the design and that cool trim. And the wood frame - that's awesome....even if it is a bit difficult to use. This'll make your cousin smile, for sure!

Helen said...

A great card - I'm sure it was appreciated.

Thanks for joining us at 2 Crafty Critter Crazies.

Helen x

Gerda said...

What a super cute card!! Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up challenge!
Have a great day.
Gerda
http://cardscreations.blogspot.com

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