Friday, January 24, 2014

Friday Finds: Sweet Sayings Cards

Friday Finds: Where I scour the Internet in search of cool designs

Want a fast way to create some cute note cards? Check out the Sweet Sayings Cards And Envelopes, then add some stamps and ink and voila you're done. This is one of the cards we made during my Sweet Valentines Class. I wanted to show how flexible this design was, so I let everyone choose from five designs that I created using the same layout (see my alternate designs below). These 3-1/2" x 5" notecards are a little smaller than our regular card bases, but they are still "mailable" by US post and are perfect for a sweet hello.

Don't wait too long to get yours. The Sweet Sayings Cards And Envelopes are only available while supplies last or January 27th, 2014 (whatever comes first). All the products showcased here are available for purchase at the end of this blog post.


Sweet Sayings Notecards Finds
Here are some other great ideas to try with Sweet Sayings Notecards...

Petite Petals Notecard
by Chris Slogar
Flowerfull Heart Thank You Notecard
by Amy Koenders
Hearts a Flutter Notecard
by Peggy Noe
For the Birds Notecard
by Amanda Burditt

Alternate Designs

using Blender from Crazy, Mixed-up Love Stamp Set (Wood, Cling)

using Lava Lamp from Crazy, Mixed-up Love Stamp Set (Wood, Cling)

using Light Bulb from Crazy, Mixed-up Love Stamp Set (Wood, Cling)

using Globe from the Love You More Stamp Set (Wood, Cling)


Stampin’ Up! Supplies
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  • Cards: Sweet Sayings Cards And Envelopes
  • Stamp Sets: Love You More (Wood, Cling) Crazy, Mixed-up Love (Wood, Cling) Teeny Tiny Wishes (Wood, Cling)
  • Card Stock: Pool Party, Whisper White
  • Ink: Pool Party, Real Red, Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Tools: 2-1/2 Inch Circle Punch, Modern Label Punch, Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, Scallops Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
  • Embellishments: Basic Pearls Jewel Accents

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  • 2 comments:

    1. Very cute cards, great layering ideas! Thanks so much for the link up. :)

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    2. These are all such wonderful cards and what a terrific way to start the cards.

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