Hi Jenifer here with you today to share my Get Well cards.
I have a really hard time cutting into a fresh 12×12 piece of paper to make a card, so all of my cards are made from scraps of paper and fabric.
Iron on a scrap piece of HeatnBond® Ultrahold to a scrap piece of muslin.
Spray muslin with some Gold Glitter Dust™.  Wait for it to dry.  Iron the muslin to the card using a pressing cloth.
Sew on some scrap pieces of crochet lace.
Use a Jumbo Zot™ attach the doily and a Medium Zot™ to attach the buttons.  Super Tape works really well to attach the flowers and to also attach the tissue paper to the piece of balsa wood.


Attach your patterned paper and doily to the base of the card using a Super Stik Glue Stick.
Attach some fringed waxed paper using Super Tape™.  Sew a few layers of eyelet and lace.
Attach flowers using Jumbo Zots™.  Foam Squares will make the sentiment pop, and tie a nice ribbon at the fold and you are done.


Tear pieces of an old book and glue down randomly using a super stick.
Layer the doilies and adhere them using a Super Stik Glue Stick.
Attach flowers with a Jumbo Zot™ and the pearls with a Small Zot™.  Pop the sentiment with a couple Foam Squares and tie some pretty silk ribbons at the top and you are finished.
I hope you have enjoyed my cards today using scraps, make sure you check back often to see what we have been working on.

1 Comment on Get Well Soon Cards with HeatnBond

  1. marylouh
    September 19, 2013 at 9:09 am (8 years ago)

    I use the 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of cardstock for my greeting cards. One cut and you have two cards. If you can’t use both, put it away for future use. I too hate the waste of using a 12 x 12 to make a card – too much waste and then more little pieces in the scrap pile waiting to be used.
    Your card is very pretty. So dainty and delicate. thanks for sharing.