Friday, March 26, 2010

JustRite Friday Challenge 011- Sympathy/Get Well

The JustRite challenge for this week is #011 Sympathy/Get Well cards. All you have to do is create a sympathy or a get well card using JustRite stamps and you could have a chance to win some fantastic prizes!
This week's prize packages are:
Winner: $50 JustRite Gift Certificate
Honorable Mentions: $15 JustRite Gift Certificate

For all of the details click here---> The JustRite Blog

Here is the sympathy card that I created for this week's JustRite challenge.

For my card I used the Thinking of You stamp set from JustRite Stampers. The Thinking of You stamp set contains 6 Centers with images and sentiments and 6 Interchangeable Borders and it fits the 2-1/4'' x 3-1/16'' Oval Stamper.
Here is a picture of the stamp. As you can see from the picture I cut apart my centers and for this stamp I have taken a sentiment from one center and an image from another center to custom create this stamp.I stamped the image/sentiment from Thinking of You onto white cardstock with brown ink and then colored with Copic markers. Here I colored the pansy.Next I used two colors for the pink flower, two colors for the leaves and a pale yellow for the little flowers.For the vine I used two colors of green and a pale yellow for the little dot flowers in the vine. After all of the coloring was done I made a diecut using the Wizard™, and Labels Eleven S4-246 die templates from Spellbinders™,. These are all of the Copic markers I used to color the floral image and border.I made two accent pieces for the sides of the label diecut using the Wizard™, and Floral Accents S4-199 die templates from Spellbinders™,. I used foam mounting tape on the back side of the label and the accent pieces to add some dimension to the card.The designer paper is from K & Company-Brenda Walton Madeline. I also added some beautiful rose colored velvet ribbon from sei and some rhinestone. I used clear rhinestones and airbrushed then with a Copic marker to perfectly match the card. I used two of my favorite adhesives Fabri-Tac to adhere the velvet ribbon and Gem-Tac to adhere the rhinestones. Both adhesives are from Beacon Adhesives.

Stamps~JustRite Stampers-Thinking of You, 2-1/4'' x 3-1/16'' Oval Stamper
Paper~Neenah Solar White; K & Company-Brenda Walton Madeline
Ink~Tsukineko-Memento Rich Cocoa
Other~Spellbinders™,-Wizard™,, Labels Eleven S4-246, Floral Accents S4-199; Copic-Airbrush System, Markers (as shown in the picture); sei-Rose Velvet Ribbon; Joann's-Clear Rhinestones; Beacon Adhesives-Fabri-Tac, Gem-Tac; 3M Scotch-Foam Mounting Tape

Thank you so much for stopping by today and don't forget you still have time to join in on a chance for some amazing prizes from the Mega March Blog Hop!! For more details you can click HERE or see the post below this one.

Also a HUGE THANK YOU for ALL of the Wonderful comments on the Mega March Blog Hop--for my altered tin and the tutorial!!!!! I am so happy you all loved the tutorial so much!!! I know several people left comments that they wish the altered tin could be one of the prizes and maybe sometime I will be able to make another one for blog candy but I gave this one to my mom and she loved it!! Thanks again for all of your wonderful comments and I hope you have a Fabulous weekend!!!

Hugs & Smiles,


  1. I LOVE how you did this card! It's just beautiful!

  2. what a beautyful card is this,
    very lovely!!!!!


  3. Simply gorgeous! I love how you trim your stamps to create your own one-of-a-kind creations. You're so creative.

  4. Wow Heidi, I love how you combined those stamps - so striking and LOVE the way you used the spellbinders to frame it all. Thanks for the gorgeous inspiration!

  5. This card is beautiful and I was actually looking for an idea for a sympathy card this morning. This one is perfect and although I don't have all the nesties you used I at least have an idea for a card. Thank you.


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