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4 Fun Easy Notecards Anyone Can Make

Here are four easy note cards that you can make using the Conversation Bubbles stamp and the Regency Park Designer Series paper. This is a great easy layout for easy notecards that you actually could do with any stamps, ink and paper. It’s a great way to use up some of the DSP that you have laying around. Pull it out and a package of note cards, and use this design.

You could even just add the pretty DSP to a whole stack of notecards and then later add whatever sentiment you may need when you need it! Just think, a whole stack of notecards ready to go!

easy note cards that you can make using scrapbook paper and the converstation bubbles stamp set from Stampin' Up!

You will find the products that I used for these notecards in the January – April Stampin’ Up! Mini Catalog. If you don’t have a copy of this catalog, and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator that you work with, I’d love to send you a copy. (or you can simply view it online)

What You Need to Make These Easy Notecards

I used very few supplies to make these and it was really fun mixing and matching the different papers and sentiments. This paper is perfect because it has some great larger prints that are perfect card focal points, but then the backsides are a nice small subtle print lending the perfect contrast without being too busy.

easy to make thank you cards using designer series paper and the conversation bubbles stamp set

Want to make these easy notecards? Just use the measurements below with any Designer Series Paper or pretty scrapbooking paper you may have.


  • Designer Series Paper: 3 1/2″ x 5″
    • Cut a 1/2″ strip off of the side and flip it over to reveal the other side
  • Stampin’ Up! Notecards & Envelopes (come in a package of 20 – finished size is 3 1/2″ x 5″)

That’s it…. just add the greeting of your choice! If you want, you could fancy these easy notecards up a bit by adding some ribbon, embellishments, or whatever else you’d like. I wanted to keep them super easy, because that’s my style!

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