This get well card is a creation using fabric and dabbling in quilling. Super easy to make. So, grab your supplies… and get card making!
- White card stock , (1) 6″ x 11″, (1) 5″ x 2″, (1) 3″ x 2″
- Black card stock, (1) 5.75″ 5.25″, (1) 5.25″ x 2.25″, (1) 3.25″ x 2.25″
- Black ribbon
- White ribbon
- 6″ x 6″ scrap fabric
- 9 white quilling strips, torn in half
- 2 yellow quilling strips, torn in half
- Quilling glue of choice
- Quilling tool
- Get well stamp
- Black Staz-on ink pad
- 8 pop dots
- Scrapbook adhesive of choice
- Paper cutter
- Fold 6″ x 11″ white card stock in half. Crease well.
- Attach 5.75″ x 5.25″ black card stock to front of card.
- Slightly fray fabric edges. Attach fabric at an angle to front of card as shown.
- Tear 5.25″ x 2.25″ black piece down to 4.75″ x 1.75″. Attach to 5″ x 2″ white card stock.
- Using four pop dots, attach black and white piece to fabric as shown.
- Stamp get well saying on 3″ x 2″ white card stock. Tear to 2.5″ x 1.5″. (Adjust to stamp, as needed).
- Attach stamped greeting to 3.25″ x 2.25″ black card stock.
- Attach black ribbon (adhere as needed) to bottom of card. Tie black and white faux knot to right side.
- Using four pop dots, attach stamped sentiment to bottom left of card, layering over ribbon.
- Using white quilling strips, create 18 loose tear drops. Attach to black torn piece, using quilling glue, as shown.
- Using yellow quilling strips, create 3 tight circles. Attach to top of quilled flower piece using glue.
Don’t know how to quill? Check out this tutorial for more information!