Get Well

December 15, 2016 0 Comments

Welcome Dare 2B Artzy fans!!  Karen N here from Craftily Yours!
Today, I decided to make a get well card.  I never have enough of these to send to friends when they are under the weather…so this one is for my stash of cards:
  Eeek, I love the hippy vibe of this card.  So much fun!  I used Dare 2B Artzy In Bloom Collection paper paired with the Serenity Tea Stamps.  This teapot was so much fun to color with the following Copic markers:
YG03, YG06, YG17, R81, R83, R85, B93, B95, B97
I added some thin lace and felt flowers.  And I adorned the teapot with some blue Nuvo drops.  I love the extra dimension that these drops provided.  To cut out the handle, I cut at the end and then just glued it back together  Here’s a close-up:
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This is my last post before the holidays.  Hope your holidays are SO happy and HEALTHY!
Thanks for stopping by!
Craftily yours,

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