Get Well Card

Get Well Card

This get well card is a creation using fabric and dabbling in quilling.  Super easy to make.  So, grab your supplies… and get card making!


  • White card stock , (1)  6″ x 11″, (1)  5″ x 2″, (1) 3″ x 2″
  • Black card stock, (1) 5.75″ 5.25″, (1) 5.25″ x 2.25″, (1) 3.25″ x 2.25″
  • Black ribbon
  • White ribbon
  • 6″ x 6″ scrap fabric
  • 9 white quilling strips, torn in half
  • 2 yellow quilling strips, torn in half
  • Quilling glue of choice
  • Quilling tool
  • Get well stamp
  • Black Staz-on ink pad
  • Scissors
  • 8 pop dots
  • Scrapbook adhesive of choice
  • Paper cutter



  1. Fold 6″ x 11″ white card stock in half.  Crease well.
  2. Attach 5.75″ x 5.25″ black card stock to front of card.
  3. Slightly fray fabric edges.  Attach fabric at an angle to front of card as shown.
  4. Tear 5.25″ x 2.25″ black piece down to 4.75″ x 1.75″.  Attach to 5″ x 2″ white card stock.
  5. Using four pop dots, attach black and white piece to fabric as shown.
  6. Stamp get well saying on 3″ x 2″ white card stock.  Tear to 2.5″ x 1.5″.  (Adjust to stamp, as needed).
  7. Attach stamped greeting to 3.25″ x 2.25″ black card stock.
  8. Attach black ribbon (adhere as needed) to bottom of card.  Tie black and white faux knot to right side.
  9. Using four pop dots, attach stamped sentiment to bottom left of card, layering over ribbon.
  10. Using white quilling strips, create 18 loose tear drops.  Attach to black torn piece, using quilling glue, as shown.
  11. Using yellow quilling strips, create 3 tight circles.  Attach to top of quilled flower piece using glue.


Don’t know how to quill?  Check out this tutorial for more information!



One Comment

  1. So pretty! I love quilling. I have the basic supplies but I want to get more. You really know what you’re doing. I’m going to bookmark this one and follow you some more. Thanks for sharing.

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