Sunday, 15 September 2013

A "Perfect Blend" to feel better


Stampin' UP!'s Perfect Blend is super for making lots of different cards.  I've used it here as a Get Well Card for the Less is More challenge this week which is one layer week.

I tried out the bleaching technique on this card and learnt loads.  All the things you shouldn't do!  But got there in the end.  

The card base is So Saffron.  I wanted a warm card for a Get Well.  I then stamped the cup from Stampin' Up!'s Perfect Blend in Basic Grey.  I bleached out the lid and label.  Then hunted around for a permanent marker to write Chicken Soup.  SU's Stampin' Write Markers disappeared before your very eyes!  Pretty cool to watch but not great for my card.  I coloured  in the rest of the cup with More Mustard Stampin' Write Marker.  Then added a single score line behind the cup to ground it.  The sentiment is from Stampin' Up!'s Sassy Salutations and is stamped in Basic Grey. 

I do hope that you are feeling well and not in need of any chicken soup!  However a warming bowl of chicken soup would go down really well here in the North East of Scotland.  It's been heavy rain during the night and is very windy and cold.  Yesterday was lovely, out in the garden in T shirts.  Perhaps I should have looked at the weather report before doing my windows but my 14 year old son was looking for some pocket money and I wasn't going to pass up on the help!  He has long arms and can reach those hard places whereas Mum has to stand on a step! 

I hope it's not to cold and wild with you.  Keep cosy. xx

Edit:  I've just noticed Addictied to CAS is also Get Well this week so I'm popping it into there as well. 


Supplies Used
All Stampin' Up!

Card - So Saffron
Ink - Basic Grey
Stamp - Perfect Blend, Sassy Salutations
Stampin' Write Marker - More Mustard
Other - Bleach, Permanent Marker

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14 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely card, and you've given me a craving for chicken soup! Valerie

Chrissie said...

Great stuff Aileen, I love using bleach but the effects can vary enormously depending on the card used... some looks dreadful!
This looks fab!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

KayM said...

Your card turned out adorable Aileen! That bleaching technique sounds neat!

Margaret said...

Brilliant Aileen - it was worth the hard work! Freezing here as well!
Margaret x

sandie said...

I really like this look Aillen-it kind of gives a sketchy feel to the card. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS

Gillian R said...

This is great Aileen, love everything about it. Yea today has been a day for hiding in doors, autumn is here unfortunately

Tracey McNeely said...

Fantastic card Aileen, love the coffee cup!

The Crafty Laydee said...

What a fun take Aileen!Not sure I could be trusted with bleach on my cards-but you did a fabby job!
Nessa xx

Bonnie said...

How clever, Aileen! A perfect get well card! Stay warm!

laurie said...

Awesome card...love that image!

Shawn Crawford said...

Love the way you turned it into a "cup of soup." Your card would make anyone feel better.

Victoria said...

mmm chicken soup makes everyone feel better :) I have never been brave enough to try bleaching on a card - think that makes me a chicken!

Vicky Hayes said...

Of course! Chicken soup would help anyone get better! A great card Aileen and lovely to hear about your bleach experiences too! Vicky x

Keep It Sweet and Simple said...

This is a great card - love the chicken soup idea.
Caroline xxx

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