DIY notecard happy mail you can make in 3 ways? Yep! Use my SIP (stamps, ink & paper) method to complete super cute greeting cards & note cards.
Today is all about quick and easy and using the SIP method to card making. Sometimes we feel so overwhelmed that we need so many products and “things” to make cards. That is not true. Focus on a SIP – stamps, ink & paper. Those are the basics and you can make some great DIY notecard happy mail this way!
DIY Notecard Happy Mail SIP Style | Video Tutorial
The above notecards were made with just a SIP! Send some happy mail and cheer someone up with these card design ideas. Whether you like these cards or not, I promise you will love some of the tips I share. The tips will help you in all of your card making.
Notecard Happy Mail ~ All You Need is a SIP | Stamps, Ink & Paper
The above card was made using the NoteCards & Envelopes. I love using these because you don’t have to cut anything. Keep scrolling to see the complete list of products I used.
Don’t forget to stamp both the insides of your cards and the envelopes! And bam…there you go–quick and easy card to pop in the mail and brighten someones day.
Step It Up With a Little More Cardstock
For the 2nd version, I just cut my own basic white for the card base, a layer of Just Jade, and another layer of Basic White. Stamp the greeting stamps on some scraps, cut them out and pop up with dimensionals. Just adding the layers really steps up your cards.
- Basic White: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
- Just Jade: 4 5/8″ x 3/8″
- Basic White: 4 1/2″ x 3 1/4″
Same card recipe for this one, I just used Misty Moonlight for the layer and cut out pieces to fit my greeting.
I hope you liked my cards today–make sure to watch the video because I shared a ton of stamping tips, especially for those of you who are new to stamping!
Supplies I Used
Just click the image below to see my complete list of supplies that I used to make these cards. And then, if you’d like to order anything–just add to your cart and place your order. Trying to make it easy peasy for you.