One of my besties broke her hip last month – at the ripe old age of 32!
After the amazing effort of running a half-marathon, she pulled up sore – to be expected of course!
But even an R&R holiday in Bali wasn’t enough to aid in recovery and no wonder, when scans showed she’d fractured her hip!
I’m a half-hearted exerciser. I love the concept, but rarely get around to doing it – I’d rather be crafting!
Plus, how many times do you hear of people who exercise getting hurt!
So, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to pop out my ‘exercise is bad for you’ mantra for a sassy get well card!
The little bandaged up ‘Mummy’ is from the retired Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set.
I’m so glad I kept it! It fits with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch which is carrying over to the next catalogue.
I’m sure she’ll be back to running in no time! Albeit with a more metallic composition than previously!
There’s a wee bit of panic in the US at the moment because their stocks of the beautiful 6×6″ glimmer paper in the Sale-A-Bration catalogue have run out!
This is one of my all-time favourite SAB gifts!!!
We still have some in the Australian warehouse, but I can’t guarantee how long it will last!
If *have* to have some, then you’ll need to place an order ASAP! It’s free with every $90 spent.
I’m doing an order tomorrow evening – let me know if you’d like to add anything.
Or, if you want to get in today (just to be sure), then shop online. Use the host code: BCXWWYKA to qualify for another free gift from me!
This glittery cardstock really is stunning!
It comes in Bermuda Bay…
And Mint Macaron….
Three colours I find it hard to resist!
If you’re going to be sad to miss out on this Sale-A-Bration item – or any other – then don’t leave your order til the last week of March!
They are only available while stocks last or until 31st March 2017 – whichever comes first!!!
I’ve been asked to design for the Just Add Ink team for the next 3 months.
This is my first project – Just Add Ink – #332 Colour Challenge.
I’m in love with all things “Cookie Cutter” from the Holiday Catalogue at the moment and this includes the Halloween set.
I’m not thinking Halloween though…
The wrapped up mummy makes a great centrepiece for a get well soon card!
The middle panel is made using the post-it note technique – have you tried this?
Cut your panel to size, then using the long edge of a large post-it note, sponge ink along – moving your post it note regularly to get a striped effect.
Some of the ink will go on the post-it note, some will go on your cardstock – creating a striped pattern.
I used three of the challenge colours (Blushing Bride, Pumpkin Pie & Daffodil Delight) in a criss-cross pattern to emulate a bandage style.
Thanks to JAI for the opportunity to join the team.
See what the other DT members have made for this challenge by visiting the challenge blog.