Note Card Set ~ Video

I have a super busy day today. Work until 4pm, 5:30 I have a board meeting and at 6:3o I have a meeting with our travel agent about our trip to Disney. I can't believe we leave in less than 2 weeks. Wow has the time gone by.

My Birthday is Thursday, so don't forget to stop by for some surprises.

Yesterday I posted a set that my son is giving his 1st grade teacher as a thank you for the end of the school year. I needed to make one more set of note cards and I thought I would film and show you how to make a set of cards quick. I really love the little set and will probably make more as gifts for co-workers. I only had the one tin, so I'll need to search the net for more.

Here is today's video:
Supplies:
Georgia Pacific White Cardstock, K&CO. Wild Raspberry Paper Pad, White Tin, Stampin' Up! Certainly Celery Ribbon, Pink Pirouette CS, Certainly Celery CS, Scallop Edge Punch and Scallop Circle Punch. You'll also need 1-1/4in & 1-3/8 circle punch, adhesive and dimensionals.


Happy Crafting
Christina

9 comments

  1. This is a great gift idea. Thanks so much for sharing. the cards are beautiful. Your videos are always fun to watch.

    eileen

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  2. I love the font in Word that you used - would you mind emailing me that font name and/or the file you have her name in - I may not have it but will look on free font sites for it - robbijune@yahoo.com

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  3. thanks for the video. this is a great project!

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  4. Always nice to have tutorials - thank you for posting this one.

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  5. HI Christine, I have to run now and will have to view the video later but just wanted to say the card is very pretty!!! Have a fun trip soon and a happy birthday too!!!

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  6. Fabulous job! I may have to do some of these myself! TFS!

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  7. What a great gift! love the matching tin,note cards and the BIA board book. I am so inspired, love all your idea.

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  8. Very well done video! And such a good idea! We all need gift cards and these were so pretty! I always enjoy your videos! Keep 'em coming!

    Hugs, Joy

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  9. I just passed an award onto you on my blog!!

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