A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of hosting my Flowering Fields Note Cards Class. Guests completed 20 pretty note cards (5 each of 4 designs) with lined envelopes perfect for keeping in touch with anyone at anytime for any occasion. We used the Wildflower Fields Designer Series Paper and coordinating Flowering Fields stamp set. Each of these two exclusive Sale-A-Bration products (or your choice of several others) can be earned free with each and every $50 Stampin' Up! order (not including sh/tax) through March 31st.
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At the bottom of this post, you will find cutting dimensions, helpful tips, and a supply list for making these cards. This is a great project to do by yourself or with a group of friends for a fun girls night.
Cut Wildflower Fields Designer Series Paper: 3 1/4"x 4 3/4" for the card fronts, 1" x 3" for the banner piece, and 5" x 5" to cut the envelope liner.
Cut Whisper White Card Stock: 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" for stamping and coloring.
Other Helpful Tips:
I used the Blender Pens for coloring. Squeeze a CLOSED stamp pad firmly a few times. When you open it, there will be a "pool" of ink on the lid. Pick of this ink with the tip of your blender pen and color. Blender pens can be used over and over with different colors. Be sure to clean them before changing colors, though. Do this by wiping the blender pen continually back and forth on scrap white paper until your marks become clear. Then you are ready to use with a new color. Your blender pens may stain but are re-usable as long as you clean them this way between colors and after each use. You may want to designate each of the three blender pens that come in the set for light, medium, and dark colors.
Pop up the Whisper White stamp card stock with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Make the bows using 2 strands of linen thread then tie bows as usual. Adhere them to cards from with glue dots.