Cheer up a friend with the Healing Hugs Stamp Set!
There’s nothing worse than seeing a friend under the weather so why not send them a handmade greeting card that’s sure to cheer them up?!?
The stamp images in the Healing Hugs stamp set are perfect for Get Well cards. They are also part of Stampin’ Up!’s new DisINKtive line (read more about them here) which make creating beautiful cards quick & easy.
For this card, I also used my very favorite color combination:
These colors are so bright and cheery, it’s like adding some sunshine to your card! (Click on any of the colors above to see what other embellishments also come in these colors.)
How to create this card:
- Poppy Parade: 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, scored at 4-1/4” to form card base
3-1/4” x 4-1/4” for mat
- Whisper White: 3” x 4” for outside mat; 4” x 5-1/4” for inside mat
- Mango Melody: 4” x 5-1/4” for embossed mat
- Fold the Poppy Parade card base in half.
- Run the Mango Melody cardstock through the Big Shot using the Lace Dynamic Embossing Folder; layer onto the front of base card.
- Ink up the flower using Mango Melody ink; ink up the sponge dauber with Poppy Parade ink and dab ink onto the center of the flower, as well as around the edges as desired. Stamp onto the lower left corner of the White cardstock.
- Ink up the sentiment using Poppy Parade ink; stamp onto upper left of white cardstock.
- Ink up the leaf using Granny Apple Green ink and stamp beside the flower; ink again and repeat on the other side.
- Apply some Granny Apple Green ink onto an acrylic block by pressing the ink pad onto the block. Pick up the ink using the Wink of Stella brush and color in the leaves as desired. Wipe the brush & acrylic block off with a paper towel.
- Adhere the White cardstock to the Poppy Parade mat and adhere to the base card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Apply the 4” x 5-1/4” white mat to the inside of the card and stamp the sentiment “sending you healing vibes” inside using Poppy Parade ink to finish.
Here are the supplies used on this card:
Don’t forget to jump on over to this page to read more about Stampin’ Up!’s DisINKtive line of stamps and how to best use them!