Thank you for this, dear friend! The girls and I are going to be busy making cards for a dear family who has blessed us immensely and all of your ideas will be such a help!
Oh Kelli, how pretty! I am always looking for ways to 'recycle'. This is an excellent way. Thanks for sharing!
Lovely notecard, Kelli. You always do such a nice job on your projects.
Very pretty! I have a number of note cards that I know I won't actually use as cards, but the cover designs would be perfect for this project. Thanks for the idea!
This is so pretty, and relatively simple.
I'm always needing a card to send out. I love the way you explained and showed thank, you. It came out very nice and sweet.
Nice project! I think I could do this :)Michelle
Thia is a lovely quick wee project. I might get my daughters to have a go at it with me.Thanks.
Very pretty! Great way to use those leftover cards!! Thanks!Jan
Hey you must be very talented, love the strawberry pot cover and cards! (New to your site via the Lusks) I'm interested to see you homeschool you kids. Will you completely homeschool them or will you send them to school when they are older?
Wow, I love what you did! You are so talented with gluing the RIGHT things together. Usually I look at my final project and think why did I glue that there? Great job!!!Blessings, Debbieribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com
Lovely Kelli! One of these days I'm going to give these homemade cards a try. I'll have to call them "Kelli Cards" or "Kelli Kards"! - hey I think I just started you a business. ;-)
Very pretty cards! I'm really getting into card making and collage. I've been taking classes at Debra's Cottage and it's a lot of fun.
Very pretty! Thanks for the card tutorial. It's nice to see a 'formula', as sometimes my mind goes blank!!!LoveLaTeaDah (who still loves her table runner and uses it daily)
My favorite day is card day! I made a card like the one you sent me for my mother for her birthday. I used some paper with the writing in the background (similar to what you used on this card) to line the envelope flap. My mother told me over the phone she didn't understand the card. When I got to her house I saw the card and she had torn the paper off of the flap. She thought it was something she was supposed to read and she couldn't read it. LOL
Kelli, Beautiful cards! These are really good ideas!
Those are more beautiful than the cards you can buy at the store and a lot cheaper than what you have to pay at the store! lol Very well done, dear Kelli!! xoxo
Lovely handmade cards. This inspires me to try my hand at making some for my sisters.
Hi Kelli, how beautiful. Yours is so muc prettier than the 'real' note card. You're fantastic.Have a beautiful day and remember to be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
Very nice. I wished I had the patience to sit and do one of these. I buy alot of cards.....yours are always so nice.
Kelli, I have never left a comment, but I wanted to thank you for such a wonderful blog. I love visiting your site regularly. I especially love your homemade cards. My daughters and I enjoy trying them.
Wow Kelli! I have to be the world's largest card saver but I never know what to do with them. Some are sentimental but some would be perfect for your little project! Thank you for this wonderful project :).
Kelli,Lovely cards! Do you have a particular scrapbook paper that you use? I've noticed a number of websites online that sell scrapbooking supplies. Do you have a company that you can recommend?Blessings,Gina
Another keeper!! Love it--thanks for sharing. Julie
aawwwwww - that's just so pretty!
These are beautiful!
I'm going to show this super project to our daughter the Dreamer - I think she will love the idea of recycling some of our old cards in such a special way! We need to have another card making party!
These are lovely ideas Kelli. Thanks for sharing.
What beautiful cards, Kelli! You are just so clever!Kathy
How cute!!! I always love your ideas!!!
Hi,Thank you for sharing this wonderful project. I can't wait to try it and send them to family and friends.SmilesKrissie
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