Friday, April 27, 2012

Get well soon

Image is from the K&co.  Die cut cardstock and vellum pack. Layered onto black cardstock.

Old paper and frayed burlap distress inks were used on the cardstock base.

I put the sentiment on the top left corner to try and balance out the flower that was already in the image. Hero arts all occasions messages stamped sentiment
Making memories wedding stamp set for the sentiment frame, layered on black cardstock

Recollections Lace on a roll in black

Black enamel Accents

Learned some things I can do to help with the pain, mainly stretching and have found some things I do that could be making the back pain worse, so my first appointment was a good one, will be doing more actual working out from now on.

Every day for the next week has a chance of rain, I think this is the coolest spring we have had since we moved here also, I guess I would rather have a little cooler than too hot.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend,
Thanks so much for stopping by,


Cheryl said...

This is such a pretty image! If you hadn't told us, I'd have thought those pansies were something you added! Love the touches of black with the antiqued paper. ~Hugs!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Gorgeous! That dove image is so pretty! Love the touch of black on the bottom.

Susan (rainy) said...

This is a beautiful get well card. Love the black frame.. really pops the card.

Shirley said...

Your swan is beautiful and the colors are so pretty together! AS really wonderful card!