Get Well Card

It’s that time of year. Sniffling, coughing, visits to the doctor…we know this routine all too well during the winter months. I don’t know about you, but I can never have enough get well cards on hand this time of year. So, today I thought I’d share some easy and clever get well card inspiration.

Under The Weather Card by Aly Dosdall

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, then you know I love to find multiple uses for my craft supplies. So, since I didn’t have a cloud shaped die, I decided to use a basic Nesting Frame Die instead. I simply cut out the frames, and then cut off a couple of sections in cloud shapes and added them to my card.

Under The Weather Card by Aly Dosdall_clouds

To create raindrops I used my Sew Easy Tool with the straight head and stitched through the holes with Aqua Baker’s Twine. I love the texture the stitching adds to the card, and the baker’s twine creates a unique look.

Under The Weather Card by Aly Dosdall_sew easy
Under The Weather Card by Aly Dosdall_close

I created the sentiment using my computer and printed it before trimming my card background. The stitching on the card creates some bulk on the back so I used foam squares to take care of that. A couple of coordinating enamel shapes add emphasis to the sentiment.

I’ve got a sick neighbor who will be the recipient of this card, and I’ve got a few more friends and co-workers who are feeling “under the weather” in mind for additional cards.



Sew Easy Tool
Sew Easy Mat
Sew Easy Ruler
Aqua Sew Easy Baker’s Twine
Inked Rose Patterned Paper
Enamel Shapes–Cool
Nesting Frame Dies
Evolution Advanced

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