Thursday, September 04, 2008
Welcome to this week's card making project! This one is quick and easy to put together.
I made a couple of versions, including this one for Autumn.
You will need a 5 1/2" x 4" notecard.
Cover the front with patterned scrapbook paper.
Cut a 4" x 2 1/2" rectangle of scrapbook paper. Trim the top edge with decorative scissors.
Glue the sides and bottom to front of notecard.
Cut a 2" x 3 1/2" rectangle from cardstock.
Trim top corners with decorative scissors, dab edges with ink pad and add a stamp or sticker. There are plenty of other ways to decorated your gift tag, too.
Punch a hole and tie on some ribbon.
Glue a length of ribbon to top edge of pocket. I used hot glue.
Slip tag inside pocket.
Send to a friend. Thank you for taking a look!
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Very pretty! I especially like the Autumn one, but I can just see a Christmas card with the tag being an ornament to hang on the tree!
Beautiful and inspiring cards. Thanks :)
Thanks for the tutorial! The cards are very stylish. Lovely ideas.
I love them Kelli!!! You always do such a nice job with your cards! ;)
I just love your cards on Thursday :), I always look forward to seeing what you've created, they are all so beautiful.
Have a fantastic Thursday Kelli,
What a beautiful card. Thank you for sharing, Kelli!
Those are very nice...I really like the autumn one the best. :D
very pretty! =)
The cards are so pretty. Thanks for the applesauce puffs recipe..I'm going to bake those for my family when they visit this fall!
beautiful cards! When my girls are older maybe I'll get back into doing that again.
Beautiful cards Kelli! I really like the Autumn one.
Have a wonderful Thursday!!
I love the card! Don't know if I shared or not, but there is another wedding in our future! This one on July 4th, 2009! I'm seeking inspiration again:) I made the applesauce puffs last evening thinking they would be good for an easy breakfast this first week of school.....they're gone! I guess that recipe is a keeper! Thanks for sharing!
Who wouldn't want to receive one of those cards; so pretty! :)
Great cards Kelli.
I always love your ideas. You always inspire me to get creative.
Thanks so much.
I always love your suggestions. This is a pretty card. I am hoping to sign up soon for our churches card ministry and make some cards for those who need encouragement.
We have gotten so much since Cowboys surgery that I want to pass it on.
I hope to use some of your ideas. I'll take photos!
Have a Blessed Day...see you tomorrow.
What pretty cards! You make it look so easy!
Beautiful~ You are so creative...love it! Thanks for sharing the ideas... You have a blessed day..~Katherinellen~
Very creative , really pretty!!
One of these days I will sit down and make some too.
Do you keep a copy of each card in a little binder or do you mail them all out? They are all so lovely. You should keep a copy and some day write a book featuring your card ideas!
You are so talented. This is so pretty.
these are so beautiful. And so simple! Great work.
Hi Kelli, I love to come and see your card creations on Thursday. One of these days I am going to "borrow" one of your ideas! :) The maple pecan rolls below sound delish!!! ~Rhonda
Thanks for sharing another beautiful card idea. Debbi :-)
You make this look so simple. I am going to give card making a try.
Love your cards. I need to get busy over here and stamp some cards too. I'm about out of my homemade cards.
What a beautiful card! And you make it seem so much easier to make than I would I have. I'll have to give this a try :)
(your blog is now one of my new favorites!)
I found out about a birthday at the last minute and was so glad I saw this post. I used it as the inspiration for the card I made - thank you!
I have also passed along an award to you.
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