Our unique Get Well Soon Stitched Sentiments card is perfect to send to a friend or loved one who is poorly. Featuring yellow flowers, known for their Get Well element, the card will bring anyone feeling under the weather some joy. A little burst of happiness, each card is hand-stitched to order using gorgeous polyester threads, and make a frameable work of art that can be treasured for years to come.
The card has a blank insert, as standard, and comes with a white envelope, presented in a protective clear cellophane packet. Want to make your card look just like one you’d buy in the shops? The insert can be personalised with your choice of greeting, printed in an elegant font, in black ink.
The design is stitched in yellow and green thread,although these can be changed.
• Add a personal greeting to the insert (optional).
• High quality A6 card
• Love the design but want a different sentiment. Not a problem. We can change it on request.
ORDER NOTE TO SELLER
Use this box to let us know any of the following…
• Any personal greeting to be added to the insert.
• If you would like any colours changing. Please include the element of the design, and the colour you’d like it changed to.
All of our products are lovingly handmade to order so when you buy a Catching Dreams Crafts product you know that your order has been made especially for you. We hope you love your purchase just as much as we loved creating it for you. We’re happy to take custom orders. Large orders are also accepted.
Due to the handmade nature of this product, colours/design can sometimes appear slightly different on the images to the actual item.
Design Copyright: StitchingCards
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