Note cards – So Versatile.

Note cards and coordinating envelopes are great.  Why, cause they are smaller, easier to ‘decorate’ and the perfect size for a quick note.  Stampin up sells 20 pre-scored note cards and 20 envelopes in a package, just waiting to be stamped up.  I found these note card designs out on Pinterest and recreated them to give to my mom so she has some on hand.  The original post was from Amy O’Neil from back in June.  You can see her post here.  I just recently purchased the Vertical Greetings stamp set and loved her layout so much I recreated it.  I only changed the colors up.  I talked a lot about color inspiration lately.  There is a difference between inspiration and CASE (Copy and Share Everything).  These cards are totally CASED.  Just changing the colors doesn’t make them mine, however I hope you enjoy them and check out Amy’s original post.


I used Old Olive and Peekaboo Peach for the topiaries, with Sahara Sand for the ‘ground’.  This was from Touches of Texture Stamp set.  The accent color is Night of Navy with Night of Navy bakers twine for the bows and the frame lines.  I lined up my ruler on my grid paper to draw them.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. Beautiful. Perfect use of the note cards and this set.

  2. So, pretty! I love this ideas 😍 I think I just might have to CASE your CASE 😆

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