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I absolutely love stationery, especially cute note card sets. They are so versatile whether I need to write a thank you note, send a picture of my daughter to her grandparents, or tuck inside a gift package. However, many note cards in stores are generic and mass-produced, made to appeal to everyone. I would like mine to reflect me and my interests as well as be unique.
I decided not only to make note cards out of gelli prints, but to use the ones that I did not like. By adding a few contrasting elements, I ended up liking the finished product. For the envelopes, I used sketch paper, done in one color on the biggest size Gelli Plate.
A set or two of these would make a fabulous and easy gift anytime you need something quick.
- Gelli Plate prints on 8.5″x11″ cardstock (for cards)
- Gelli Plate prints on 11″x14″ sketch paper (for envelopes)
- envelope template
- tape runner or double sided tape
- stamped images (optional)
- diamond hole punch (optional)
- glue stick (if you are using stamped images or punched out shapes)
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If you’d like another idea on how to use gelli prints, check out these awesome Easy Handmade Blank Notebooks with Gelli Plate Prints.