Saturday, April 14, 2018

You are One Tough Cookie!

I was excited to get out my new Fortune Cookie dies and Good Fortune sentiments from Ellen Hutson, to create a get well card for a friend who had surgery and will be laid low for a few weeks while she heals.
I die cut the cookies out of Vintage Cream Card and sponged the edges with Ranger Distress Tea Dye Ink.  I stenciled the background onto a Vintage Cream  card panel using Mini Basket Weave from The Crafters Workshop and Ranger Distress Marmalade Ink.  Then I stamped along the top border with a retired Waltzingmouse stamp from Asian Garden in Dark Indigo ink.  I added a strip of washi tape along the bottom.   I die cut the flat bottom circle out of Origami Paper and adhered it to the panel.  
I stamped the sentiments - one from Good Fortune set, one from Ways to Say: Get Well soon, on the strips and slipped them into the cookies!

I made my card for the two Friday challenges over on Splitcoaststampers, Mix Ability (sketch) and Free 4 All (encouraging wellness).

I'm also linking my card to the following challenges:
I used a stencil


Stamps: Good Fortune - Essentials by Ellen Hutson, Ways to Say: Get Well Soon - PTI, Asian Garden - Waltzingmouse (retired) 
Paper:  White and Enchanted Evening, Vintage Cream - PTI, Origami Paper
Ink:  Ranger Distress Spiced Marmalade and Tea Dye, Dark Indigo - PTI 
Accessories: Mini Basket Weave Stencil - The Crafters Workshop, washi Tape - Michaels, Flat bottom circle Die - Ali Express (China), Fortune Cookies - dies Essentials by Ellen Hutson, foam dots   

8 comments:

froebelsternchen said...

A fantastic card is this! Happy weekend!

Mac Mable said...

Love how you layered up the stencil work on the fabulous background, such a wonderful and striking effect. Great card and fun die cuts x

Bonnie said...

Wow, Julia! These fortune cookies are amazing! You've shaded them beautifully and I love all the oriental look of the background with them. I especially love the little messages! Something else to go on my wish list!

Christine Alexander said...

fun fortune cookies and perfect for an ailing friend. Love your stenciled and stamp background such a perfect match of styles.

Loll said...

Fun and creative card Julia. Your friend is going to love this!! xx

Jo Manna said...

Such a pretty card, love the effect you created in the background complimented by the Origami paper. Such an oriental style for those yummy fortune cookies. Beautiful xx

Susan Renshaw said...

What a lovely design!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
Susan
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Ina G said...

Fabulous fun card Julie. Love the layout - so clever! Thanks for sharing at HLS for our AG with Dies Challenge.