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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Feel Better Soon

T'hubster's eldest daughter fell off a ladder, cut her head open requiring 6 stitches and broke BOTH of her wrists.  Mo's Digital Pencil "Coffee" image and the sentiment from "Sick" seemed the perfect combination to send Emma our get well wishes especially seeing as the accident happened just before her birthday and we were unable to be with her to celebrate or to look after her.
I used Liquid Applique for the plaster casts and also for the bandage over the eye.  I added a little lint to the bandage to make it even more realistic.   My "stitches" are hand tied thread with Glitz Unchartered Waters paper beneath the stitching between the Spellbinders curved borders which you can buy here.
And here is the poorly bunny in person valiantly attempting to hold a glass of wine on her birthday.  Her doctor's stitches were much neater than mine and thankfully had been removed by the time of Em's birthday.
I am entering my card into the challenges at The Ribbon Girl for "Any Image" and Less is More for "thread", together with "Anything Goes" at Deep Ocean and Simon Says Stamp.

8 comments:

Esther said...

Poor Emma! Hope she makes a quick recovery. You've made a fab card, so creative and filled with gentle humour. I love the use of stitches to incorporate some thread - great take on our challenge at Less is More! Thanks for sharing with us :)

McCrafty's Cards said...

This is really gorgeous Lesley,I like your CAS design
Kevin xx

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Oooh no sorry to hear about your daughter's injury and hope she's on the mend soon. I'm sure she'll appreciate this cheery card and great use of thread. Thanks for playing with us at less is more this week. Sarah

Susan said...

What a terrific fresh design. Love it! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

Neets B said...

I hope Emma is making a speedy recovery, sounds painful! But what a genius card, so thoughtful and clever.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

Jo Nevill said...

Ouch ! I bet your card made her feel a whole lot better ! What a fabulous design.

Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

Jo x

Chrissie said...

I'm sorry for the really late visit Lesley!
This is such a great idea to incorporate thread into your design!
Fab!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Julie said...

Such a fabulous design and in your usual clever, innovative style! Hugs, Juliexx