The best part about getting a handmade card in the mail is two-fold: the card itself, and your handwriting inside! Everyone loves to receive Happy Mail, and Note Cards made by you will make double the gift.
Facts about Note Cards:
- 20 Note Cards AND their sweet little envelopes for just $7.00
- Their size limits your writing space, so you don’t have to write a novel
- They mail with a single postage stamp
- Everything miniature is just more cute!
The colors I chose took longer to decide on than I thought they would. I also ended up not being able to heat emboss them with the Rose Gold because my Versa Mark pad was too dry. So I substituted:
- Petal Pink
- Flirty Falmingo
- Sahara Sand
- Pear Pizzazz
- Gray Granite
I used the Stamparatus to stamp the middle ferns, the left china berries, and the sentiment. I free handed the right fern on all 20 cards. Last thing I stamped was the splatter stamp (included in the stamp set) using a mask on the left edge so I didn’t stamp onto the back of the card. This was also free-hand, inking up freshly each time.
Don’t forget to stamp your envelopes! As I did here, I kept the Pear Pizzazz out and after free-hand stamping the cards, I double stamped the envelopes. TECHNIQUE: Generational Stamping – Stamp twice without re-inking in between stamps.
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