With the cold weather upon us, you probably have a sick friend, an under-the-weather colleague or a feverish loved one that needs cheering up. The best way to show they are in your thoughts, is with a cute get well card. Walking the line between sympathetic and funny can be tricky. You want to make them smile but still let them know you will be there for them as the tissues pile up.

Since delivering joy is our speciality, we decided to craft a few cute notes you can print and share to keep your friend points up!



What to write in a get well card

Now that you have a cute card picked out, all you have to do is convey a nice sentiment inside. Depending on the situation, you may want to include humor to lift their spirits or something more personal to show how important they are to you. Either way, don’t forget to include a note wishing them a quick recovery and good health!

Wishing you a speedy recovery!

Sending you lots of positivity and good luck!

Use this time of rest and relaxation to recover.

Hope you are back on your feet soon!

Remember to take every offer for help! That’s what friends are for.

You are in our thoughts so heal up so we can think of something else!

If you need anything through your recovery, know that I am here to help!

The office isn’t the same without your smiling face.

Enjoy this time off your feet! Rest up.

I am so sorry to hear of your illness. Thinking of you!

I hope you feel like yourself again soon!

May your recovery be quick and restful!

Take advantage of this opportunity to be taken care of and make sure you get all your favorite treats!

I hope this note finds you happy, and soon-to-be healthy!

I hate to see you feeling blue. I hope you get better soon!

Sending love and light to brighten your day.

I hope you feel stronger with each passing day!

Get well soon now!

I’m sick of you being sick.

Since you are already sick, I won’t offer my cooking. How does takeout sound?

I thought this note would be better than a text. Get well soon!

STOP! You’re under a rest! Stay where you are and take a nap.

You call it a hospital stay, I call it a spa package that includes meals, health evaluations and of course jello.

Recovery is hard but you’re not alone. Let me know what I can do to help!

Stop pestering those nurses and get back to work!

I am just a phone call away!

If you are looking for a gift to accompany your note, sending a bright bouquet of flowers always lets your loved ones know you are thinking of them! Plus, there are quite a few health benefits that come with bringing a little bit of nature inside.