This month's Sincerely assignment was notecards. To me, notecards are those cards that aren't for any specific reason, just a little note to someone to help brighten their day. It's those little notes that you love to get in the mail or stuck in your front door... and it doesn't hurt if there is a sweet treat with it ;) So I came up with three cards for this week. And they are easy!! How do I know? I started them on Tuesday afternoon and had pictures done and submitted later that night. And I went to Back to School Night within that time frame, too. Yep, still a procrastinator... I'll let you know if that ever changes, but don't hold your breath :)
Just a Quick Note:
Supplies: card stock (craft supply); patterned paper (My Mind's Eye); ink (Ranger); stamp (Studio G)
Kiwi Lane Templates: Tiny Wildflower, Tiny Nature, Adorn
This card is pretty self explanatory- I just used the templates, traced, cut, inked and adhered. Then I added a stamp using distress ink (the same one I used on the edges) to give it a slightly worn look to match the paper. This card is completely flat and could easily be mailed without extra postage.
Just for You:
Supplies: same as previous card, plus a button (Provo Craft) and twine (LillyBelle's Paperie Etsy shop)
Kiwi Lane Templates: Adorn, Tiny Accents, Tiny Brackets, Tiny Tags, Tiny Strips
This was a very rough interpretation of this week's Monday Card Madness (#97) at Scrapbooksteals.com. I always appreciate the inspiration I get from their sketches! Again, pretty self explanatory. Trace, cut, ink, adhere, stamp and then add a button with twine. I did curl the petals of the flower for some dimension. If you wanted it flat, just trade the button for a piece of paper and don't curl the petals.
Supplies: same as first plus baker's twine (Divine Twine) and jewels (K&Company, Doodlebug)
Kiwi Lane Templates: Tiny Nature, Mini Photos, Mini Scallops, Mini Strips.
This is not a standard A2 card like the previous two. This is a 5x7, which may not really qualify as a notecard, but it can be for just a note (a really LONG note!), so I think it counts! Again, just trace, cut, ink, adhere. But before you adhere the butterflies, fold/curl their wings to add some more dimension, if you'd like. Then add jewels for some sparkle! Here's a little closer look at the butterflies:
Well, that's all I have for you today. I hope you enjoyed it!
Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!