Get Well

https://perfectlycas.blogspot.com/2022/03/challenge-25-die-cuts.html

As I needed a quick get well card, I thought I may as well do one that will work for a challenge and this tulip die works so well for a card using 1/3 or less. The die came from the Netherlands and somewhere I have the name and brand, but I can’t find the magnet it lives on at the moment. I used a heavy white CS to cut the piece and then added Distress Oxides with a brush to give it colour after which I used some Distress glaze to add a small bit of polish. On the photo the colouring doesn’t look that good but in reality it is soft and pretty. I think the light in my craft room today isn’t very good for photography and it is a very dull rainy afternoon so poor light outside as well. I may get our electrician to add a small strip light for the shelf I use to do photographs. The sentiment is from an MFT set which has some lovely fonts for a few of the stamps. I may add a few embellishments to it prior to mailing but for the challenge I’ve left as is.

14 thoughts on “Get Well

    1. Thanks. I suppose you are going into your Autumn as we head into spring? Its a rainy, misty and dreary day today here, but I can see daffodils coming into bloom soon. All we need is one day of warmth and a bit of sunshine.

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  1. What a lovely die. Your coloring is great. I’m sure the recipient will enjoy the beautiful tulips. Yana mentioned in her post today that she’d found a florist that was open and had tulips – she bought a bunch for her and her mom to enjoy.

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    1. We see tulips and daffodils in the stores already here and mine are going to bloom soon in the garden. I like seeing the rejuvenation.

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    1. Thanks Golda. It worked great but if I do another I’ll make sure it is on watercolour paper as I’m sure the results will be even better.

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  2. These are beautifully colored!!! And perfectly CAS for our challenge with all of your lovely white space. Thanks so much for playing with us at the Perfectly CAS challenge blog!

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