Hello stamping friends. Ready to see some creative note cards to make? I call these ‘beautiful meets time saving’ and that truly sums it up.
Sometimes our designer papers or scrapbook papers are too pretty to cut up. Use them as the focal point of the card instead and Presto! you have creative note cards that are beautiful and it only takes a few minutes to make a whole stack of them.
The Stampin’ Up! Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper is perfect for today’s project.
Short on time? Love making simple hand made greeting cards? You gotta hang on to this tutorial!
I made these for Christmas but you can easily turn these into birthday or thank you cards by switching the papers and the greetings.
Creative Note Cards That Are Beautiful and Save Time
Want to make these creative note cards? Grab a pack of the note cards and envelopes (you get 20 cards and 20 envelopes in one pack). Then, you only need a few other card making supplies (designer paper, greeting stamp and scrap cardstock). Check out the video today for some tips for using the awesome PICK A BANNER PUNCH–you will love it.
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What do you think? Have you made note cards before? What designer paper would YOU use for your cards? Let me know!
And, be sure and check out other card ideas that feature designer series paper.
Note Card Details
I always give you my “card recipes,” so here you go. It’s a simple one!
- Whisper White Notecards & Envelopes
- DSP: 3 1/2″ x 5″
- Scraps for the greetings
The greetings are made with 1/2″ strips of cardstock. Make sure to check out my video for tips on using the Banner Punch. I love that punch.
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