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.
Directions:
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.

 

Directions:
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.

 

Directions:
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.

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