Saturday, 3 November 2018

Get Well Soon

The November Crafty Calendar Challenge begins today and runs until 28th November.  The challenge this month is 'Paper Piecing'.  This is my DT card, made with an image kindly supplied by one of our generous sponsors, Dr Digi House of Stamps.
The image is called Night Nurse Nina and is coloured with Promarkers. I paper pieced and dress and the apron.  The plasters (or band-aids as I think they are called in the US) are dies from the Sue Wilson 'Feel Better Soon' set.

Our two generous sponsors this month are:

http://www.doctor-digi.com/

and 

https://www.craftyribbons.com/

Please pop over the Crafty Calendar Challenge to see all the wonderful creations my teamies have made for inspiration.  Looking forward to seeing all your beautiful creations again this month. 

I am joining in the following challenges:








23 comments:

  1. Brilliant make, love the paper pieced image and your layout.

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  2. A fantastic get well card Liz, the gingham of the paper make a great dress for the nurse.

    Sue xx

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  3. A brilliant card Liz, such an amusing image and I love the paper piecing.
    Janice x

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  4. Lovely design, fabulous paper piecing...don't like the look of that needle!!! The plasters look great!
    Have a lovely weekend
    Chris
    x

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  5. What a fun image Liz and love the way you have paper pieced it and coloured it and used the same gingham along the bottom of the pretty stepper shape, and the plasters are such a fun and clever idea with the sweet little red hearts. x

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  6. How fun card! The image looks great with this folding and the sweet papers! Love the band-aids with the hearts!

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  7. Brilliant card Liz, a great shape & a fun image too x

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  8. Great paper piecing and fun little plasters! Love this creation.

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  9. This is fabulous!! I love the image and the band-aids!! So fun!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  10. A really super card, brilliant image and a great colour choice.

    Kath x

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  11. A Fabulous card, also love the plasters and her uniform.
    Faith
    x

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  12. Great card and wonderful paper piecing.

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  13. Great make and I think the gingham patterned paper works brilliantly paper pieced x

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  14. It's a real fun card Liz ansd sure to make the recipient smile, many thanks for joining in with our 'Pretty Papers' theme at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  15. Super card Liz and such a fabulous fun image xx

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  16. Managed to grab my daughter's PC to do a few comments whilst away....sorry short n sweet comments as she needs it for work...
    Great card, gorgeous design and fabulous stamping/colours.xxx

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  17. Super fun card, love gingham paper, thanks for joining us at Allsorts. Xxx

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  18. A fun card witch will help the reciever to get better with a smile! Hugs, Gerrina

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  19. This is so much fun with those bandaids on the side and that amusing image! Great get well card!

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  20. Good morning Liz

    A great card .. .. love the fun image and your super neat paper piecing.

    Many thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. You are very kind.

    Sorry for being a stranger. Things have been super hectic recently.

    Have a good day.

    Love Jules xx

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  21. Great card - I love paper piecing Liz. Shabneez x

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  22. Beautiful card, Liz. Great design. Kisses, my friend.

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