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Get Well!

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It’s word week at Just Us Girls and I have a very simple card for you this week.  I thought it was time to try and make a card with my bits and box leftovers and this is what I came up with.  How many bits boxes do you have?  And are they categorized in any way?  I have quite a few! I do have mine somewhat organized, and I one rather large bowl that sits on my desk, and when it gets to be overflowing that is when I stop and put each piece where they belong.

Enough about that! Here are a few card details: MFT stitched Flowers and rectangles and a Verve sentiment.  The circle die is SU and the scalloped circle is Spellbinders.

I hope you will swing by Just Us Girls and join us and while you are there help us in welcoming our new guest for the month…Vicky Hayes! 

Take care, Nanc’

9 thoughts on “Get Well!

  1. I love all the layers and colors.

  2. Such a bright a cheerful get well card you have created. Anyone would love to receive it. The layers don’t stop and the design is inspiring!

  3. I love this colorful, fun card! That patterned paper is so cheerful on this fabulous design. This is sure to help cheer up the recipient.

  4. My bit box is in no way in any order. I just delve into it on occasions to see what I have that I forgot about. DP is separate from my other hand made bits though. You surely found the perfect piece here Nancy. Love the beautiful bold colours and you continued on with your layers and colourful flowers. Gorgeous card.

  5. My goodness Nancy, these bits and pieces go so perfectly together they could have been a kit! I love that bright floral panel and the flower embellishments. A lovely cheering get well card 🙂 Loving guesting with you this month – thanks for the warm welcome ! Vicky x

  6. That flower paper is awesome! Get get well card

  7. Your leftover bits match that PP beautifully, Nancy. The bright colors are sure to brighten someone’s day. I have a bowl of pieces and a drawer of panels. Someday I’ll put them together and then watch out! 😉

  8. Great idea to have them organized! This is such a cool card! I love the angles….they never seem to work for me. I’ll have to try again.

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