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Cute Quick and Easy Card!


I've been loving these new clear stamps I've gotten over at Jo---! Only for a Dollar! Have you seen these...they are small and usually come 4, (sometime even 5, like in my side picture!) to a small pack!
~note: I use a different pack of stamps in my actual card.

Anyway...I love them and I made this quick card for you as my demo.

Cut plain card stock 4 by 10
Fold in middle.
Open top flap and cut off 1 inch.
Refold. (Card looks uneven, right? Good!)

Cut patterned paper 3 by 3.
Tape in middle of top flap.

I used a small clear "wave stamp " for my bottom border and as an accent on top left corner.

I used a small clear "you are special" stamp.
And finished card off with 3 small punchies flowers and one "flower window" punchie.

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Back to School!


Hey everyone...
I know it's been awhile but I've finally made it over here!

Summer's over and school have started for the kids! I feel so happy and blessed that God has taken care of us this summer and all of our needs!

So to celebrate back to school I wanted to show some very simple cards that I made! These are thank you notes for the teachers and their hard work for the first week of school! I hope you enjoy!

The best thing about these cards is that they took 10 minutes to make!

How? You may ask!

Simply cut your rectangle out for the card. each of these is a different size.

Let's take the top left corner card. Cut your choice of color paper 3X7. If you have a "maple leaf" punch, cut out some leaves! If you don't, you could buy pre-made ones.
Fold your card. Glue your leaves.

Now I stamped twice on this card. Once for the "thanks a bunch" lettering, which you could totally write in, but since I don't like my penmanship I bought this neat little stamp! LOL...
The second is the flower border along the bottom. This too can be drawn in or not even added if you like!

I'll be back to give you instruction on card two and three.