Check out these classic handmade cards you can make quickly + they are great gifts too! I’ll show you how to package them up super cute!

We are keeping it simple, but with a great pop of color. And I have 2 great little stamping hacks for you–how to color your ribbon and how to fix a stamp pad that is too juicy.

Classic handmade cards are easy to make with a monochromatic theme.

You can quickly make up a set of these notecards to use yourself, to package up as a gift.

Classic Handmade Cards to Make to Give or to Sell | Video Tutorial

Whether you need cards for yourself, a gift, or items to sell at a craft fair, this is the perfect idea. Make sure to watch the whole video I have several stamping hacks you don’t want to miss.

 

Classic Handmade Cards: Details

These cards are super easy and use the Notecards & Envelopes. They are the perfect size when you just have to send a little note. Keep scrolling to see all the colors and products that I used.

These classic handmade cards are made with the Stampin' Up! Prized Peony stamp set.

Card Recipe

  • Notecard & Envelope
  • Basic White: 2 3/4″ x 4 1/4″
  • Basic Black: 2 7/8″ x 4 3/8″

Don’t forget to stamp the insides and the envelopes!

Add a special touch to your handmade cards and stamp the inside of the card with the peony.

Ink Pad Hack

Make sure to watch my video where I show how to use a spoon on your ink pad if it’s too juicy and your stamped image has too much ink.

I've picked up lots of stamping tips along the way including this ink pad hack that will improve your stamping results.

Classic Handmade Cards + Easy Packaging Idea for a Win!

I just put 3 cards together in a cello bag, with a piece of Designer Series Paper folded over the top. This DSP is 4″ x 6″. I used a paper punch for 2 holes and added the ribbon to hold it all together. Easy Peasy!

I used coordinating paper and a clear bag to package these handmade cards as a gift set for teachers.
 

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Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope you liked my idea I shared and learned a few stamping hacks. I love to share quick and easy card making ideas with you. Make sure to leave me a comment or send me an email if you have any questions or if I can help you in any way.

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