Aside from birthday cards, it seems the second most-often sent card I mail are get well type cards. I love sending get well or even thinking of you type cards because I love the thought that I just might be cheering someone up who really needs it.
Hallmark had it right with their tagline, "when you care enough to send the very best!"
Today's get well card even includes a real Kleenex tissue!
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Mint Macaron cardstock (retired). The first layer is a sheet of Whisper White cardstock that was die cut using this Stitched Scalloped Rectangle die from Gina Marie Designs. The sentiment was stamped using Mint Macaron ink (retired) and the paper the pocket was handcut from is Blooms & Bliss (sorry, also retired!).
Okay, now you're really going to hate me because I realized the Petite Petals stamp set and punch that all these flowers were punched from is also retired! Hit up eBay if you're really looking for this sweet flower set! But, the flowers were punched from a combination of Mint Macaron and Island Indigo cardstock. Good news - Island Indigo is still current! Yay! I also adheredPearl Basic Jewels to the flowers for added dimension. All flowers were adhered to the card using the NEW Mini-Dimensionals!
The sentiment on the inside of the card came from this stamp set from Papertrey Ink:
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