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Welcome to Sandra's Blog my escape is card making l took it up in 2007 after l retired from the Civil Service l am recently Widowed have 3 children all grown up and flown the nest Three grand children Tayla, Nathan and Poppy they keep me on my toes l adore then but it's always nice when they go home....lol l like making my own cards and enjoy the challenges it provides Sandra H xxx

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Get well soon!

Just thought l'd pop by and say hello 
Hope all is well and for those who need hugs l'm sending lots 
Here is a card l made for my sister who got poorly rather suddenly
Although she is on the mend it was a shocking experience for us all
l made this quick and easy get well card using lots of snippets so l will be
Entering it into Pixie's snippets playground here

All of the materials used are from my stash and the sentiment is also from my stash
Not sure where it came from so if you know maybe you can enlighten me! 
Hope you have an enjoyable week whatever your plans
Sandra H xx

17 comments:

  1. What a great sentiment stamp, never seen it before so I can not help you.
    Lots of lovely layers and with the size of the stamp it needs very little else.
    Glas to hear that your Sister is recovering.

    Kath x

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  2. Get well wishes to your sister Sandra, lovely card to cheer her up.xxx

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  3. LOVELY get well card and sure to brighten your Sister's day. Hope you makes a good recovery.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  4. Such a beautiful card Sandra - and what a shock about your sister. So glad to hear she's on the mend.

    Hedgehogs making noises in your garden at night - yippee! How exciting that they finally appeared. Of course, their courtship is very noisy ...... I wonder? Hope not as it's getting late in the year for little ones to be big enough for the Winter hibernation. Maybe it was just a date with no strings attached :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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    1. l think your probably right Di nice to know they are there though! x

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  5. Your cards is so lovely I love the strong sentiment. Sorry that I do not know the manufacturer either.

    I notice this year that strong, bold sentiment fonts are all the ragel, so you are very on trend! Hope your sister has a speedy recovery now.

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  6. Your cards is so lovely I love the strong sentiment. Sorry that I do not know the manufacturer either.

    I notice this year that strong, bold sentiment fonts are all the ragel, so you are very on trend! Hope your sister has a speedy recovery now.

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  7. oops. My computer isn't being friendly today. I started a comment and it's somewhere in space....so, I shall start again. Your card is so happy, anyone receiving iit would surely work hard to mend. I think your sister was greatly encouraged by your healing thoughts. Please tell her I send healing thoughts her way.

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    1. Thank you Mary l sure will give her your healing thoughts x

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  8. Very cheerful card and love the soft colours Sandra.

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  9. Sandra, this is lovely. The bright colors and darling flowers will bring healing love to anyone in need. I love the pretty scalloped base and the whimsical font. It's always so nice to see a sweet creation from you. Have a lovely night, sweet friend. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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    1. Thank you for your kind words and thoughts for my sister x

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  10. i hope your sister will get better soon. It's really nice of you to make such a pretty card card for her. Hugs! xx

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  11. Perfect Get Well Soon creation hun. I hope your sister is a lot better now & back to her normal self real soon
    Hugs Shell xx

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  12. Beautiful card Hun. Love the colours you've used. A nice zingy make.Your sister will have loved it. I really hope she's on the mend. Hope you're ok sweetie. Big hugs xxx

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  13. What a cheerful card for someone who is ailing to get. Love how you tipped the front layer and the colors you chose.

    Hugs
    Sue

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