I just got the Lovely Letters alphabet set, and I'm so happy that I did! I actually earned this set for free when Suzanne joined my downline. :) Anyhoo, it makes beautiful monogrammed cards, so will come in handy when I need to whip up some pretty personalized cards for someone!
Isn't this little notecard set cute? I made it for my stamp club hostess this month. I got the idea from Jamie's blog, Chic n' Scratch. Check out her pocket card video tutorial HERE!
The notecards are 3x3 and include envelopes. To make the holder, I traced a circle around a 6" plate and cut it out (It would probably be quicker and easier if you use a Creative Memories cutting system or the Coluzzle). Fold the bottom up and sides in. Place three cards and envies inside (it's important that you do this before you put the belly band on). Wrap a belly band around it and embellish away! I hadn't used my Cuttlebug in a while, so I dusted it off and used it to emboss the swirls on the cards. This project uses very little paper and supplies, and they're so fun and easy to make! Here are the supplies and dimensions:
Chocolate Chip - one 6" circle
Soft Sky, Groovy Guava, Wild Wasabi - one 3 x 6" piece each, plus small pieces for the scallop and circle punches
Afternoon Tea Designer Series paper - one 1" by 7 1/2" piece
Whisper White - small pieces for the monogram
(3) Whisper White Mini Square envelopes
Groovy Guava Stitched ribbon
Chocolate Chip Ink
Lovely Letters alphabet set