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Hi!  Hope you all had a great Easter!  I think I'm still recovering and we have a whole lot of boiled eggs to eat!  After this post, I may need a nap.  Hehe. 

I've been wanting to play around with TGF's clear stamp set, Flutter Heart for a while now.  And I thought the current Farm Fresh Friday Challenge -- Good Things Come in Small Sizes would be a good fit for this set.

I made a small box (3.25 inch square) to fit 7 little note cards and envelopes.  The note cards are about 3 x 3 inches.  All the images/sentiments are from Flutter Heart.  The only thing not from this set is the NOTES sentiment above which is from PTI's Simple Alphabet.  I did a bit of selective stamping to just get the tag so I could stamp NOTES in red (it usually reads I Love You).  The cover of the box is made from clear cardstock (acetate) from PTI.  The first card says Love so it would read Love NOTES.

Some of the note cards. 

Another bunch of cards.

A little close up of one.  I used MFT's heart die to create a heart template and I inked/sponged the negative cut out.  Then just stamped the rest of the images and sentiments.  It's so easy since the stamp set is clear.

The envelopes with a heart stamp in the corner. 

Thanks for reading!


Are these so fun to make... l love doing them to give away as gifts..
Everyone love them especially when in need of a card to give away like a last minute gift for someone...Pretty card set Eva!
Lorraine said…
Love these! Perfect note card set to give as a gift or for your little kiddos to write in and give away! Love the images in this set and the cute heart stamped envelopes, Eva!
Rachel Parys said…
Too cute Eva! I love the heart on the envelopes too, nice touch! I still need to make my little ones!!!
Cheryl said…
Ha, very clever with the acetate cover! Super cute cards! Neat masking/inking!
Emily Martina said…
This is just sooooo adorable!!! I love the little matching envelopes
Leanne said…
How cute Eva!! This is really fabulous! The design and all the cards are terrific. It would really make a lovely gift especially with the coordinating envelopes. Awesome project!
RiNNE said…
So wonderfully cute!

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