Masculine Get Well Soon with Winter Woods

Masculine Get Well Soon with Winter Woods

Masculine cards are hard. Get well cards can be even harder. This card tackles both in a simple way. Let me tell you how.

I started with a Gray Granite card base cut the hot dog style at 4.25″ x 11″ and scored in half at 5.5″. I also cut a Night of Navy cardstock mat measuring 5″ x 3.75″ and a piece of Whisper White at 3.5″ x 4.75″.

Next, I stamped the birch trees from the Winter Woods stamp set in Gray Granite all the way across the length of the Whisper White.

I adhered the two pieces together with snail and wrapped Night of Navy Baker’s Twine around the two pieces, four times. I then popped the whole thing up on dimensionals and adhered it to the card base. The Gray Granite makes a wonderful border around the birch trees.

To finish my card, I decided to die cut a scallop square from the Layering Square dies in Night of Navy. I set it aside while I took a scrap piece of Whisper White and stamped the ‘Get Well Soon’ sentiment from Healing Hugs stamp set, using Night of Navy classic ink to match everything. I adhered them both together with snail.

I then took my Leaf Punch and punched out two sets of leaves in vellum. This adds such a soft nice touch to the card and leaves it manly. I attached them to the back of the Night of Navy scallop square, one on the top side and one on the bottom side.

What a great looking card! I hope you’ve enjoyed this project today, and are inspired to create one yourself. See you soon!

xoxo,

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