Bottled Happiness Get Well Card

Learn how to make this simple but stunning, subtle get well card. This card doesn’t use a ton of supplies and is perfect for a beginner! Keep reading to see how easy it is to make.

Bottled Happiness Stamp Set

Bottled Happiness comes in a bundle with a paper punch (save 10% when you buy the bundle) but for this card, we’ll only be using the stamp set. The 2 step flowers are beautiful!

I stamped the flowers in Petal Pink and the coordinating leaves in Mint Macaron. I love this soft color combination!

I actually chose the colors based on the Rings of Love 12″x12″ Designer Series Paper. This paper is FREE with a $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration.

This card uses lots of layers to create depth and interest. Perfect for a beginner! The measurements for this card are:

  • Petal Pink Card base- 5½” by 8½” scored at 4¼”
  • Mint Macaron- 5¼” by 4″
  • Basic White- 5″ by 3¾”
  • Rings Of Love DSP- 2¼” by 5″
  • Petal Pink- 2″ by 3¾”
  • Mint Macaron- 2″ by 3″
  • Basic White- 2″ by 3½”

I decided to make this a get well card so I used the Through It Together stamp set for my sentiment. This stamp set has some wonderful phrases perfect for many different card types.

I wanted to keep the card soft so for embellishments, I used the Soild Faceted Gems. At first glance, these gems look very bold but if you only use the Petal Pink, they compliment the card nicely.

I hope you enjoyed this project today! Be sure to check out the supply list below.

Congratulations to our blog winner Ronnie Madaras! She wins a pack of Ladybug Trinkets for commenting on last week’s blog post.

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