One of the Note Cards I Forgot to Show You

Gosh, this was weeks ago, but here is one of the Note Cards I forgot to show you for Thanksgiving! I was so busy make sets of these cuties that I took pictures and then forgot to get them up here on the blog.

Fully retired, but maybe you have it? First Frost was a fabulous distINKtive style stamp set from ??? 2019? As you can see, I pulled two of the stamps out and stamped them with a technique called Generational Stamping. HOW TO DO IT: Ink up and stamp your card once, twice, three times without inking up each time in between.


  • Stamps used: First Frost and Seasonal Sentiments
  • Ink: Mossy Meadow, Delightful Dijon, Early Espresso
  • Paper: Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes


  1. You don’t have to do this but I score the Note Cards along the already scored line at 3-1/2″. DO NOT FOLD YOUR NOTE CARD UNTIL YOU ARE FINISHED.
  2. Stamp your sentiment so you get it exactly where you want it. You can always move your images to accommodate.
  3. Stamp your Mossy Meadow image, then your Delightful Dijon image, both using the Generational Stamping technique
  4. While your stamps and inks are out, stamp the inside of your Note Cards and the front side of your envelopes
  5. Stamp the back of your Note Card with your personalized stamp from
  6. NOW YOU CAN FOLD the Note Card and burnish the fold with your Bone Folder

Take a look through your catalog for stamp sets that have the distINKtive stamp designation and pick one that you like. Even if you don’t like the sentiments that come in the set, look carefully for images that you can save time with because this kind of stamp allows you to simply ink up and stamp it. No special shading needed because it’s already built in for you!

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