Get well cards invariably are designed to cheer up someone who is sick or injured. Therefore, humor is almost always a big part of these cards.
By using the "funny email" format of "X"ing in your choice of words or phrases, you can add your own sense of humor to this card.
(Of course, you should also take into account the personality of the person you are giving it to as well.)
They'll get a funny, cute card but they'll also know you care about them.
Try the this card below or go to this other one.
Hope you are [ ]bothering the nurses [ ]back on your feet soon [ ]eating your greens [ ]missing martinis [ ]missing me [ ]milking this for all it's worth [ ]learning to like hospital robes!
Get well soon because [ ]it's your turn to cook [ ]you'll miss your birthday party [ ]Jenifer Lopez is asking about you [ ]Brad Pitt is asking about you [ ]Oprah called [ ]the hospital needs the room [ ]hypochondriacs anonymous meet next Monday [ ]I'm tired of taking care of myself!
(These directions are for PC users but will generally be the same for all types of computers and programs.)
Find a card that appeals to you visually on one of the many sites that offer greeting cards on the Internet. (Some suggested sites are listed below.)
Make sure you can edit words in the card. (Don't pick an "animated" one. They usually can't be altered.)
Delete the verse from the card and then return to this page and highlight the verse (above).
Right-click on the highlighted text and click "copy".
Return to the card and place the cursor where you want the verse to appear and click "paste". The text (from above) will then be transferred into your card.
Put a CAPITAL "X" in the brackets beside the words or phrases you want to use in your message.
Add your name and your friend's name.
Then send it or print it off.
Here's another Get Well card you may like.
If you're going to print your verse on a real card, here's how to make your own card from your printer.
Go to some of the card sites I have found if you need to find a card to print your verse on.