C4C – 428 “Thank you for your help” theme

2018-03-27 C4C 428

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I actually made this card for the team of nurses who took care of me when I was in the hospital.  They were very shorthanded and I was not the most patient, patient by the 4th day!

This one is easy!  Here’s the steps:

Step 1:  I love this digital image from Dr. Digi Digital Stamps called “Nurse Nina”.  I had recently bought a mug in Texas for a souvenir that had the sentiment that I used for this  card.  So size, print and color the image on paper that is suited for the medium you prefer to color on.  Then cut it out using the 3rd to the largest die from this set:

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Step 2:  Using the 2nd from the largest die from the set below, cut a pink scalloped mat:

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Step 3:  Using the largest die from the set shown in step one, cut a dark grey stitched mat.

Step 4: Make a base card by scoring a pc. light grey or taupe cardstock, folding on the score line and trim to 5 x 7″.

Step 5:  On your computer create both the sentiment for the front and inside of the card.  Cut it out with the smallest die from this set:

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Step 6:  Now just layer your mats together using Elizabeth Craft Designs Double Sided Adhesive.  I added Glitter Dots, also from ECD.  The “Band-Aids” are brads from “The Eyelet Outlet.

The inside is Silhouette files.

That’s It!

Thanks so much for taking a look and I hope you’ll come back next week for a new challenge!

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