Saturday, February 18, 2017


Hello my crafty friends, I hope you are having a wonderful week! One more day before the weekend starts, hope you have a fabulous one!

I have two cards for your today, get well cards. I made three, but....mailed one off before I got a picture of it. Here, I was just using the die cut scallop frame from Gina Marie and use the negative part on the second card. I love that ban aid, don't you?! The hearts also are in the stamp and die band-aid set. Well I think I'm up to 19 cards now. Can you believe it?!!

As always I thank you for stopping by and visiting a spell. Your visits and comments always bring such sunshine and joy to my life. I will be by and visit you too soon! Any questions, please just ask in the comments or email me. 

Crafty hugs,

Card Recipe:
My Creative Time for the band-aid and hearts and sentiment "ouch"
Gina Marie scallop frame
Can't remember where my "thinking of you" came from, sorry. 


Darnell said...

Could the missing one be the darling card I received from you, Brenda?! That band aid die is just sensational and how cool that you used both sections of the pretty PP die cut in these two designs!! Love and hugs, Auntie

Veerle said...

This is a great card Brenda love that band aid die cut. Looks great.
Enjoy the weekend, hugs Veerle xxx

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

For a dear lady who says she is not doing much you're surely pumping out some cars, nineteen!!!!
I love the bandaid, yesss, looks great!!! two very clever cards, dear Brenda!!!
Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
Shaz in Oz.x

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Marilyn said...

Pretty cards!!

Bonnie said...

Love this band aid, Brenda! It looks so realistic and is perfect for get well cards!

jimlynn said...

Great use of the positive and negative part of that die. That one big band-aid says it all. Love it!

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

Haven't seen that die before, what a SUPER DUPER die it is, love the paper and the hearts, and that you used the inside and outside of the paper, so Cool! Perfect Get Well cards.

I Card Everyone said...

I love it when a negative [die cut] turns into a positive, and most adorable card!!! That Band-Aid has been on my wish list for about four years!!! Darling cards, Brenda... keep 'em comin'!!!
=] xx

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Such fun cards Brenda sweet friend! LOVE that sticking plaster! Great designs that is sure to bring a smile to the faces of the recipients, despite their ailments! LOL Have a wonderful weekend my friend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
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nancy littrell said...

Such a fun and creative way to use your positive and negative from your die cut DSP. Your bandaide looks so real...ouch! TFS Brenda. Hugs..

Jo Williams Independent Stampin' Up Demonstrator said...

Very cute cards my friend!!! I hope you are doing well. I think of you often and wish I had the time to keep in touch the way I used to but my health and DT commitments keep me busy! Just know that you are thought of and missed.

Tina Campbell said...

Cool cards and love the use of the negative cut on the other card :) No scraps in your house if you use them up that quick great way to do it :) Hugs my friend, Tina

Carol L said...

Oh Brenda, I LOVE these cute little cards!! Both versions are adorable and I love the negative and positive of that great die done with such cute dsp! OUCH! is a great sentiment for that fun band aid!

Sheila H said...

I love these sweet get well cards, Brenda. They are sure to make the recipient smile. Good for you, using both parts of the frame die. The "ouch" and hearts are darling!

Brenda in IN said...

Great job on your twofors. Cute paper and a perfect bandaid. I never have get well cards when I find out someone needs one so I hope these are for your stash and not because someone is ill. They will bring a smile to a sick one though.