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Learn to Make Quick & Easy Note Cards

Hello friends! Today I would love to share with you these quick and easy note cards that anyone can make. They are super fun when using the Treasured Kindness stamp set from Stampin’ Up! I like to call this stamp set a “parts and pieces” set, as it contains many different stamps that work together to create the finished image.

When you use a stamp set like this, it is so easy to get multiple colors on our image without a lot of fussing around. These easy note cards are perfect to pop in the mail “just because” to a friend. Everyone loves unexpected HAPPY MAIL, so why not bless your family and friends!

quick and easy note cards using the treasured kindness stamp set

All of the greetings on these three cards are also from the Treasured Kindness stamp set. Just another reason why I love this stamp set! It has the perfect selection of greetings that you can mix and match for both the outside and the inside of the cards.

The main image is actually made up of six different stamps. That makes it so easy to get all the multiple colors by just layering the images on top of each other as you build the focal point.

Video Tutorial | How to Make These Easy Note Cards

The easiest way to show you how to create these cards is with a video. It is a pretty short one today because these cards are so quick and easy to make! If you like them, and would like to purchase the Treasured Kindness stamp set, I have the complete list of supplies that I used under the video. Just click the button to see everything, and order what you need!

Card Details

All three of the cards that I shared use the exact same products. I just mixed and matched the different greeting stamps.

learn how to make quick and easy note cards with just a few simple products SIP method of stamping


  • Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes
  • Basic White layer: 2 3/4″ x 4 1/4″
  • Early Espresso layer: 2 7/8″ x 4 3/8″

Don’t forget to stamp the inside of your cards, as well as the envelopes! We don’t want “naked” envelopes in mailboxes!

Supplies I Used

Here is the complete list of supplies, colors and products I made to create these Treasured Kindness quick and easy notecards. If you do place an order, make sure to check out my Rewards Program to see how you can earn points towards a FREE stamp set of your choice.

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2 thoughts on “Learn to Make Quick & Easy Note Cards”

    • Hi Jennifer! It’s really hard to explain how to cut cardstock over comments. However, I do have a separate blog post & video that breaks it all down! You can search my blog for “learn how to cut card stock” to find it or click “learn to make cards” on my sites headings and select the “get started” button! Hope this helps!


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