Thursday, May 15, 2008

Spring Tulip Notecard

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Welcome to this week's homemade card project! Don't forget you can substitute different paper and stickers for the cards you make.

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This is a 6 x 4" inch notecard. Cut a slightly smaller rectangle from scrapbook paper and glue to front of card.

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Add a ribbon knot along the right hand side of card.

Ribbon

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Add stickers of your choice.

Paper
Cut a 2 1/2 x 2" rectangle from cardstock. Cut a slightly smaller rectangle from scrapbook paper and glue to front of cardstock.

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Glue to front of card, under the ribbon, as shown.

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Send to a friend! Let me know if you make one too!

9 comments:

Storybook Woods said...

So pretty and perfect for spring !!!! Clarice

dot said...

Beautiful Kelli! I'm hoping the card project is going to be a once a week thing. I love your ideas!

MyJourneyBack said...

Oh I love the card. I think I will try and make one! It is lovely. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
And I love the baskets they make a sandwich much more yummy what a sweet idea.
Have a fun day.

Susie said...

Hi Kelli,
Thanks for the wonderful tutorial on making these cute cards :)
I also think your basket idea is charming. Who wouldn't love a yummy lunch served so nicely!
xo

LBP said...

I love all your craft posts. You are so inspiring. I have all these supplies at home.

Thanks

Linda

Primgal55 said...

Thanks for the card idea - I am always looking for some new ones. It is nice to see other's ideas for inspiration. hugs, Linda

Jennie said...

What a lovely card. I'm not sure what stickers are available in our neck of the woods, but I shall bookmark this idea.

Jaderocks said...

Every time I see your beautiful cards I always say I love it and I want to make one. This one is so pretty I have to make one for sure. I love your cards.

SentimentsbyDenise said...

Kelli -
I've made a few cards and posted them on my blog - it's a hobby of mine (papercrafting!).
I appreciate the design you created and displayed on your blog - a handmade card, no matter how simple, shows the receiver how special they are.
Thanks for sharing!