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Hello Kitty/ Get Well Card

Hello there, I made this 9 by 4 card for a challenge last week & totally missed the deadline-but that's ok. The intention behind the card is all that matters anyhow, and I'll try to post a link as to what it's for. I used Hello Kitty (LOVE IT!!) and a paper pack by Heidi Grace. I love her designs and this isn't a new one-but it's a lovely collection nonetheless. The ribbon was a find at a local 2nd hand store, and I designed the sentiment on my Gypsy using George for the flowers and welding it to the letters. The window is from Christmas Noel, and the birdie is a sticker. I could've done more with the card, but decided to keep it simple for shipping purposes. TFL!
I also added flock to her pillow!

The flower border is a Martha Stewart punch.

I used chalk ink and chalk for the shadows. 


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  1. I think this card is super detailed and I love all of the different elements you put into it. It's so cute and the colors are so cheery.

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  2. i love scenery and detailed cards but most of the time i do not have the time. i love nice is yours. tfs!:)

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  3. That's really adorable. Looks like a cute little girl's bedroom. I love the papers!
    Evelyn

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  4. omgosh LOVE LOVE this card!! Great details & embellishments!
    I am a new Follower sent by Momo =)
    Hope you get a chance to visit me.

    Hugs!

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