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Get Well without saying it!

Get well without saying get well! Are you confused??  We want you to use any other well wish you want without actually using the words "get well". Jennipher @ Perfect Sentiments Challenge blog is always coming up with something fun & new!



I had this idea driving to work one morning.  I wanted the feature to be this beautiful DP from K & Co. I cut my flower with my cricut-size 5.  I wanted it to be too big so I could have it coming off the page.  My mom just gave me a load of old buttons.  So for my center I used glossy accents to glue the buttons down
I'm still loving mt new butterfly die from stampin up. So I scattered some small butterflies on the flourish. I think it makes a cute card.
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