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How to Create a DIY Get Well Soon Card: Step-by-Step Video Tutorial

Updated: Apr 14

Hey there, crafty pals! Today, I'm absolutely thrilled to share with you a fun and heartwarming project: a DIY Get Well Soon card that's bound to bring a smile to anyone's face. So, grab your favorite cup of tea and let's dive right in!


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How to Create a DIY Get Well Soon Card: Step-by-Step Video Tutorial:

Gathering Your Supplies:

First things first, let's gather up all the goodies we'll need for this project. You'll want to have your trusty "It's a Par-Tea" stamp set, those adorable Pixi Cuts, and of course, the oh-so-charming "You're A Cute Tea" paper pad from Pixi Dust Designs. Oh, and don't forget those vibrant Ohuhu Honolulu Brush Markers, they're going to add some serious pizzazz to our creations!


Setting the Scene:

Now, picture this: you're cozied up in your craft room, surrounded by all your favorite supplies. You've got your favorite tunes playing in the background, and the scent of fresh paper fills the air. It's a crafting paradise, my friends!


It's A Par-Tea Get Well Soon Card by Rick Adkins

Stamping and Coloring Fun:

Let's kick things off by stamping our adorable tea pot and tea cup onto some crisp white cardstock. Now, here's where the fun really begins – grab those Ohuhu Honolulu Brush Markers and start coloring! Personally, I love to add a little extra shading and dimension to my images, so don't be afraid to get creative here.


It's A Par-Tea Get Well Soon Card by Rick Adkins Front View

Pixi Cuts Magic:

Once our images are all colored in, it's time to work some Pixi Cuts magic! Carefully die-cutting our tea pot and tea cup is like watching a crafting dream come true. And here's a little insider tip: I always save those leftover die-cuts from previous projects – you never know when they might come in handy! Especially like the little circle scene I didn't use in my last Pixi Dust Video. If you missed that I will link it here for you to catch.


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Bringing it All Together:

Now, let's assemble our masterpiece! Adhere those beautifully colored images onto the leftover circle die-cut, strategically placing them to create a visually stunning composition. I always like to take a step back and admire my work at this stage – it's incredible how all the pieces start to come together!


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Adding the Finishing Touches:

No card is complete without those final finishing touches. Whether it's adding a heartfelt sentiment or a sprinkle of sequins, these little details truly make all the difference. And remember, there's no right or wrong way to embellish – let your creativity shine!


How to Create a DIY Get Well Soon Card Video Tutorial:



If you have problems watching the video here on my blog you can always watch it on my YouTube Channel by Clicking here!


(Wondering what I used in this video/project? Everything is linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post, or in the text below. Compensated affiliate links used when possible).


It's A Par-Tea Get Well Soon Card by Rick Adkins Over Head View

And there you have it, folks – our DIY Get Well Soon card is ready to spread some love and cheer! Whether you're sending it to a tea-loving friend or just want to brighten someone's day, this little handmade gesture is sure to bring a smile to their face. So go ahead, send some love through the mail – it's amazing what a handmade card can do!

I hope you enjoyed crafting along with me today, my friends. Until next time, happy crafting and remember to always spread kindness wherever you go!


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Materials Used:

Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins














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