Do you know how awesome blank note cards can be? You can add designer paper, grab a fun stamp, some twine and presto! Simple note card made. This is my style of card making and perfect if you want to make something quick, or are a beginner card maker.
The Biggest Wish stamp set is perfect for adding the greeting to a blank note card with any Designer Series Paper. Just coordinate the color ink with the colors in the paper. Make sure to keep scrolling for a free download of a Designer Series Paper color chart!
Blank Note Cards: From Plain to Beautiful in Minutes
I hope you enjoyed the tips in the video and like these quick and easy note cards. Isn’t it great to take a blank note card and turn it into something pretty?! This Biggest Wishes stamp set is going to get a lot of use by me over the coming year. It’s so perfect for that BIG BOLD greeting that I love.
These are easy to write because you don’t need a lot!
- Stampin’ Up! Basic White Notecards: 3 1/2″ x 5″ (front of card)
- Designer Series Paper: 5″ x 1 3/4″ (cut a 1/4″ strip off and “flip” to see the other side)
Blank Note Cards & Supplies Used
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This Card design is a great way to use up the scraps of paper you have!
Download the Designer Series Paper Color Chart
You can use this card design with any papers. Just use the coordinating colors to stamp your greeting. Here is a chart I made that you can download that shows all the coordinating colors for each of the papers in the Annual Catalog.
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19 thoughts on “Blank Note Cards: How to Make Them Up Fast for Cute & Simple Cards”
Your chart is a brilliant idea! It would also be nice if Stampin’ Up would list the matching colours in a LARGER FONT on the back of the packages of DSP. Would you please pass along my request to the company? Thank you.
Sure, I’d be happy to pass that along. Thank you!
I agree – larger print would be SO helpful to these “mature eyes!”
Great idea and thank you for sharing.
Do you have a tutorial on making a folded shirt card?
Thanks Barbara! Do you mean like an origami style of folding? I don’t recall that I’ve done a card like that. Have a stamp happy day!
Yes. It is origami style fold but is an A2 card. I have one from another demonstrator BUT your style of teaching is so concise and easy to follow. 😊
Thanks so much! I’m sorry but I have not done that type of card before.
I’m glad you like it!
Thank you for the color chart! So helpful! Is one available for the new mini catalog?
I’m sorry, I don’t have one for the new mini catalog yet.
I look forward to all of your videos. Great cards and great tips. Thanks for the color chart for the DSP.
Glad you enjoyed it Carol!
Really enjoy your videos.
I prefer to make simple but elegant cards and your style is perfect for me.
I concur with above comments about using larger fonts.
I’m so glad my style resonates with you Judy. Have a stamp happy day!
Thanks for the tip for straight greetings and the color chart for the coordinating inks.
It was my pleasure to share with all of you Cheryl!
I think Stampin’ Up should reward you with your ingenious idea.
You are a creative and very clever lady. Thanks a bunch!
That’s so kind of you; thanks for watching. I’m so glad you enjoy the ideas that I share,Cindy!