Make a Get Well card to help cheer family, friends or coworkers. These Get Well card ideas were inspired by pretty floral arrangements. Flowers seem to cheer people up and who doesn't need cheering when someone is not feeling well. There is something about paper flowers that I love creating with. When you use paper crafting dies, you can create so many color combinations and flowers come in so many colors, so you can just about use any color for flowers.
This card incorporates a bird cage surrounded by a cluster of flowers and greenery. Little pink buds peak out from the bouquet. A touch of gold helps to accent the arrangement. A couple of little sparrows helps to tie in the bird cage. One sparrow is sitting on the "Get Well" sentiment and if you look closely, the other is perched on the flowers. Photo corners help tie in the teal green with the bird cage, bird and some of the flowers.
This Get Well Soon card also features flowers. Half the page is filled with flowers and the other half, a scroll design. The light sage green color is accented with pastel colored pink and lavender florals. Gold glitter paper gives a hint of shimmer. The "Get Well Soon" sentiment is printed from my laser printer cut from the tag die. This card is perfect for a someone who just needs a little cheering up and words of encouragement,
This card idea features a mason jar full of a bouquet of flowers. I used peach paper that had some gold accents so it give the jar an antique look. Use foam tape to some of the flowers so it gives the bouquet dimension. I also used foam tape on the mason jar for additional dimension. You don't have to fill the jar with a full bouquet like I did. You can maybe fill it with larger flowers like sunflowers or fill it with greenery, like ferns or eucalyptus leaves.
This card features a little virus wearing a mask. It's a little kitchy but cute and I think the person who receives this card gets it.
The one great thing about making paper flowers, is that you get to use all those tiny scraps of paper. I like to organize my paper scraps by color so that I don't have to sift through a pile of tiny pieces of paper just to get the right color.
These card designs can be used for different types of cards, as well. I can see them for "Hello" or "Thinking of you" cards.