Get Well Wishes

Sunday, June 25, 2017

I think I've mentioned this grandmother loved her cup of tea.  She believed it was the cure for just about anything.  No matter if I was sick with a cold, scraped my knee or just had a bad day, she'd make us cups of tea and tell me "Doll, sip some tea - it's good for you!"  It always did make me feel better, but I know she was the real reason for feeling better!

For my card, I chose several products from My Favorite Things.  The teapot was cut from pattern paper using Tea Party Die-Namics, the remaining images were created using Feel Better stamps and dies.  The pretty flower is from Paper Sweeties Pretty Posies set.

Thanks to these challenges for the inspiration:

Simon Says Stamp - Use Pattern Paper

Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes



  1. Oh Kathy! I absolutely LOVE this card! the whole tea theme with the wooden table and doily are so clever! Love the pretty papers too ❤️This is sure to cheer anyone up who isn't feeling well :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Lols x x x

  2. Kathy, I love it when you share your stories. This is wonderful...bound to make anyone feel better.

  3. Love all the patterned papers you used and the woodgrain background gives this a homely feel!

  4. Such cute paper in your paper piecing. Love it.

  5. Great scenery on your card and so colorful and happy.
    Instant getting well card.

  6. Kathy, I love the teapot and cup dies! Sylvia D.

  7. Wonderful work for a get well card. I love how you made use of so many pretty pattern papers.

  8. Pretty papers for your diecuts. Great card!

  9. What a beautiful creation! This would surely cheer me up if I was under the weather!

  10. Such a sweet Get Well card, Kathy!

  11. This is wonderful. I love the paper-piecing. Thanks for joining our previous challenge here at WORD ART WEDNESDAY. We hope you will join us again in our current challenge soon. Leaving you with the inspiration found in Philippians 4:13 which says: "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me."

    JO ANN


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