Thursday, July 7, 2016

Adorable Mini Cards!

Welcome Stampin' Friends!
Today I'm sharing mini cards to fill up my "wood crate". These little cuties are created from Stampin' Up! Note Cards and Envelopes! Perfect to add to a gift, write a note of love, thanks, or encouragement for a special someone...or even a stranger who may need a lift in their day. For my demo friends, they also make great Hostess Gifts!
 Our note cards and envelopes come in a pack of 20. Cards measure 5" x 3 1/2" and envelopes measure 5 1/8" x 3 5/8". Get two mini notes and two envelopes out of each. That's 40 mini cards and envelopes for $6! Awesome Sauce!
  
Details and Supplies:
For the mini cards...
  • Cut already scored SU note cards, on the 5" side, at 2 3/8" and again at 2 3/8". You get two mini cards and a 1/4" piece left over. 
  • Decorate to your heart's content!
For the mini envelopes...
  • With the flap at the top, cut the envelopes in half at 2 9/16".
  • Seal the cut edge using Washi tape.
  • Decorate your envelopes too.
  • Now the cards will fit nicely into the mini envelopes!
Saw this idea on Pinterest, but it wasn't until our CEO, Sara demoed it at 
Onstage Live that I fell in love! Making tons of these!
 Find the faux wood crate details HEREEnjoy!

Code for JULY 2016 Stampin' Rewards is K6U27G7Q.

Place an online order in my store using this code by July 31, 2016. One lucky stampin' friend will receive all the Stampin' Rewards accumulated! Please remember if your order is $150 don't use code, you will receive your own rewards!

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Gwen Edelman,
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and

Create Happy Crew Team Lead
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