Saturday, December 5, 2009

Notecard Ensemble

Good morning everyone. Christmas is creeping up on us. I am still working on last minute Christmas gifts. Today I have a notecard set to show you.

I decided to make this notecard set for my sister-in-law. She sends out a lot of notes & thank you notes throughout the year so what better notecard to send than one with your own monogram on it.

I got the instructions for this A-2 notecard box on Splitcoaststampers. The instructions were very easy to follow. I adjusted mine and did the Arch lattice along the bottom edge of the cover.

This is a look at the opened box with the monogrammed notecards inside. When I think of Monogrammed Notecards, I automatically pull out my JustRite Stamps. These stamps make personalizing gifts so, so easy. And now with this square stamper set it is even better. I think the "square" shape shouts elegance. Very nice presentation.

I made a set of 8 notecards. There are 2 notecards of each version but are all done with the same parts. I used the Martha Stewart Arch lattice border punch to seperate the cardstock with the printed paper.







That's it for today. Thanks for stopping in for a visit.
Supplies:
Paper: A2Z Playful Plaid, store bought notecards
Ink: Versamagic Jumbo Java
Accessories: Spellbinders Square Nestabilities, Martha Stewart Arch Lattice border punch, misc ribbon

2 comments:

Debbie Olson said...

Beautiful job, Angela--I bet your sister in law will love this set!

Stampin' Pam said...

Gorgeous MOnogram set - love the lattice border between the print and plain - striking - bet she loved them!