When making those slimline cards, you might wonder what to do with the leftover cardstock. So we made a little dog get well card.
The card base for the slimline card we made on our Monday live stream and featured in yesterday’s post left a 4″ x 8-1/2″ piece of Thick Basic White that we turned into a little square card at least night’s stamp club.
It was a quick card that we made with that leftover piece. It’s the perfect quick little card to send someone who’s a bit under the weather.
And I just love the little greeting on the inside.
Don’t you just love it? I’d give anything to see a human wear a cone of shame!
It really proves that a card doesn’t have to be super involved or difficult to make to get the point across. But – just in case – Ann added a couple Red Rhinestones to up the bling factor.
And because it’s just 4″ square, you can fit it inside one of our Medium Envelopes to avoid extra postage.
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