Mar 13, 2014

Pretty Rose Flat Note Card



I love flat note cards.  I love not putting a sentiment on them and having just enough space to pen a short note -- need to make more of these.

Used the same fuchsia flat card that I used in my last post.   Love these -- I made a bunch of monogrammed note sets with these scalloped cards as Christmas gifts, but have a few (meaning lots) left over.

Stamped a rose, colored with two shades of pink Copics, ditto on the leaves.  Trimmed, matted, adhered and done.  Paired with an envelope I had already gussied up with a liner.

This has already gone in the mail with a quick handwritten note, and therefore is a success!

Supplies:

Stamps: Simon Says Stamp Best Mom Ever
Cardstock:  Paper Source Fuchsia scallop note, Neenah Solar White and A Muse Studio Onyx and polka dot
Other:  Copic markers, glue, Clean and Simple Stamps envelope liner die

MOOD WHEN DONE = Happy

11 comments:

  1. how pretty! Love the vibrant colors!

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  2. Love this! And the contrast with the polka dot envelope liner is gorgeous.

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  3. I agree with paperella. That liner with the hot pink is stunning...and the black mat draws the whole thing together.

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  4. This is a fabulous little combo. I, too, love flat note cards. I love making them for my girls to use as thank you notes--they are so quick and easy and fun. AND...my girls love them because they only have write just a couple of sentences and the card is filled up and looks great.

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  5. what a beautiful note card Joan B! love the magenta with the black dotted paper and your pretty blossom stampings! I think I have some little scalloped notes - I've got to go search them out!

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  6. These would make a wonderful end of the year teacher gifts! (since I'm soooo on top of things! LOL!!)

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  7. Your card is lovely. I also love a flat card as well. Writing from the heart makes it so much more personal. Love the inside of your envelope flap too.

    Mary

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  8. I love the idea. I used to make sets of these now and then. I've always been drawn to pretty stationery. When I was younger, of course, letter writing was a big deal -- no email or cell phones or Facebook. I still like sending and receiving handwritten correspondence. I love how you colored the rose on this, and the colors are vibrant and cheerful. The envelope liner is outstanding with the notecard.

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