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Get well soon card


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Design by: Kaycrafter (7 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Get Well Cards Cards Friend Cards Playful Friends

I used the Doctor cut out from the Teddy Bear Parade Cartridge. I cut the teddy at 3inches. The 'get well soon' words and the 'laughter is the best medicine' words were cut on Cricut Craft room basics. The label for the words came from the Cricut Font and Basic Shapes Cartridge. The syringe I draw free hand. The blue pattern behind the teddy was made with Clarity Stamps corner, printed several times next to each other to make the square or diamond shape. It was stamped with Adirondack Stonewashed.

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STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Step one: I stuck the patterned material to the card. Then printed the back ground on to cream card with Clarity Stamps corner, printed several times next to each other to make the blue square or diamond shape. It was stamped with Adirondack Stonewashed. Then I stuck the cream card with the pattern onto the card.
Then I selected the 3 inches for my cutting on my mini-cricut and cut the teddy in brown card. Once I had selected 3 inches it just stayed at that as I had ensured it was on Aa, which meant that it all matched up and the teddies cloths fitted. I did each different colour on a different layer on the project sheet. So for the second layer I cut the body part is beige and stuck them onto the teddy, I didn't need to stick the tummy on as it wasn't going to show under the clothes.
Step 3: The third layer on the project was the black. I stuck on the black eyes from behind and the black, nose, although realised it wouldn't show behind the doctor mask.
Step 4: The fourth layer was blue. I cut the doctor clothes in blue and stuck on his mask, hat and uniform.
Step 5: I cut the fifth layer, the ribs and the stethoscope in white and then cut the sixth layer, the Board and second part of the stethoscope in black. I glued the white part of the stethoscope to hang from the teddies neck and then added the black layer. I stuck the ribs to the Blackboard. I then cut the seventh layer, the heart in red and stuck that onto the Blackboard. Teddy was all finished so I stuck him onto the card.
Step 6: Next I drew free hand the syringe on white card, colouring in with red for blood.
Step 7: I set up a separate project for the words and label as I thought I might want to use these for other p[rojects where I am not doing the Teddy. I cut layer one, the label for the words with Cricut Font and Basic Shapes Cartridge, which came free with my mini-Cricut. I used the blue card for the label and the same card for the back of the card. I cut the second layer for the project, he 'get well soon' words and the 'laughter is the best medicine' words were cut on Cricut Craft room basics cartridge, which also came free with my mini-Cricut.
Step 8: I though the card was finished but put it on the mantelpiece to think about and decided that because of the colours I had used he looked a bit evil and scary, so I decided to take off his mask and hat. I coloured his eyes with a white pen and the end of the stethoscope silver.
The card was complete.

Step 1

Step one: I stuck the patterned material to the card. Then printed the back ground on to cream card with Clarity Stamps corner, printed several times next to each other to make the blue square or diamond shape. It was stamped with Adirondack Stonewashed. Then I stuck the cream card with the pattern onto the card.

Step 2

Then I selected the 3 inches for my cutting on my mini-cricut and cut the teddy in brown card. Once I had selected 3 inches it just stayed at that as I had ensured it was on Aa, which meant that it all matched up and the teddies cloths fitted. I did each different colour on a different layer on the project sheet. So for the second layer I cut the body part is beige and stuck them onto the teddy, I didn't need to stick the tummy on as it wasn't going to show under the clothes.

Step 3

Step 3: The third layer on the project was the black. I stuck on the black eyes from behind and the black, nose, although realised it wouldn't show behind the doctor mask.

Step 4

Step 4: The fourth layer was blue. I cut the doctor clothes in blue and stuck on his mask, hat and uniform.

Step 5

Step 5: I cut the fifth layer, the ribs and the stethoscope in white and then cut the sixth layer, the Board and second part of the stethoscope in black. I glued the white part of the stethoscope to hang from the teddies neck and then added the black layer. I stuck the ribs to the Blackboard. I then cut the seventh layer, the heart in red and stuck that onto the Blackboard. Teddy was all finished so I stuck him onto the card.

Step 6

Step 6: Next I drew free hand the syringe on white card, colouring in with red for blood.

Step 7

Step 7: I set up a separate project for the words and label as I thought I might want to use these for other p[rojects where I am not doing the Teddy. I cut layer one, the label for the words with Cricut Font and Basic Shapes Cartridge, which came free with my mini-Cricut. I used the blue card for the label and the same card for the back of the card. I cut the second layer for the project, he 'get well soon' words and the 'laughter is the best medicine' words were cut on Cricut Craft room basics cartridge, which also came free with my mini-Cricut.

Step 8

Step 8: I though the card was finished but put it on the mantelpiece to think about and decided that because of the colours I had used he looked a bit evil and scary, so I decided to take off his mask and hat. I coloured his eyes with a white pen and the end of the stethoscope silver.
The card was complete.

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