Hey, y'all! Recently I shared a fun post on The Hair Bow Company's blog. I showed their readers how to easily embellish plain stationery, and today I want to show y'all the how-to.
With minimum supplies and a few simple steps, you can have a beautiful card to send a special person.
One: Gather your supplies. You will need blank notecards, scrapbook paper, washi tape, an ink pad, glue and a flower embellishment. (I used a shabby flower from The Hair Bow Company.)
Two: Trace the top flap of your notecard on the back of your scrapbook paper. Cut it out and use a glue stick to adhere it to your notecard. (I cut my scrapbook paper to only cover the bottom half of the notecard.)
Three: Add washi tape strips to the top of the note card.
Four: Lightly rub an ink pad around the edges and top of the card.
Five: Hot glue a fabric flower to the top of the card as your finishing touch.
With minimum effort, you have a lovely card to send to brighten someone's day.
In the age of email and text messages, there's something really special about finding a beautiful, handwritten note in the mail.
Disclaimer: While I was given flowers from The Hair Bow Company to use in my crafting, all opinions in this post are completely mine! For further info on my disclaimer policy, see the side of my blog.