I was requested to make a masculine get-well card to take to work tomorrow for the staff to send someone who used to work in our office. It looks a little off kilter in the photo, but I think it's because the way I had it standing it was curving a little with the weight of the washer.
The card is really simple, but has a couple of involved elements. The background is navy cardstock that has a white core...when I put it through the Cuttlebug, it made the white show in the pattern. I stamped the washer with metal stamps to read 'blessings' and tied it on with brown waxed cord. (When I was stamping the washer, Carey came in to see what kind of card required hammering. LOL)
The computer-printed inside sentiment reads,
Someone once said the greatest healing therapy is
friendship and love.
We are sending you lots of both!
It's okay, but it doesn't feel like I was in the groove, if you know what I mean.
On a really happy note, I got a text from my sister-in-law today saying that the missing post card from the project for my mother-in-law finally showed up. Yea!