Tiny Cards

March 8, 2007 - 10:09am

Tiny Cards Difficulty: Difficulty 2/5 (2/5)

Supplies

  • Card stock
  • Printer to print template
  • Paper Cutter
  • Pair of scissors
  • Craft adhesive
  • Stamps and ink
  • Ruler
  • Markers
  • Pen
  • Tape or stickers
Tiny Card Supplies

Instructions

* Envelope *
  1. Go HERE to get a template for the envelopes. You will need to save the image and then print it so they are the right size. The envelopes are much easier to fold out of printer paper than card stock.
  2. Cut out the template. Tiny Cards
  3. Place a ruler along one tab of the envelope and fold up the edges. The ruler will help get the edge straight. Keep good pressure on it the whole time to keep it in place. Tiny Cards Tiny Cards
  4. Do this to all four tabs. Tiny Cards
  5. Fold the longest tab and the one across from it together. The place a small bit of adhesive on the edge and glue them together. These make the sides of the envelope. Tiny Cards
  6. Now fold the shorter of the remaining two up and adhere it to the two you just folded and glued. This makes the bottom of the envelope. Tiny Cards
  7. You will now have your finished envelope. When you give it to someone, either place a piece of tape over the tab after inserting the envelope or put a sticker on it to hold it closed.

* Cards *
  1. Cut a piece of card stock to 2 1/4" by 4 1/2".
  2. Fold the card(s) in half.
  3. Use your stamps and ink to stamp your image on the center of the card(s). Tiny Cards
  4. Now use your markers to color your images or just accent them with color. Tiny Cards Tiny Cards Tiny Cards
  5. Now you are ready to give these cute little cards away! You can write a small verse or phrase inside! Tiny Cards
  6. They are great for birthdays to go with presents. Or give a bunch of them in a little box or tin to a friend as a gift.
  7. The stamps used are from Stampin' Up!.
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These little cards are

Posted by Lindsi Dawn (not verified) on June 10, 2007 - 9:22am

These little cards are really great! I was just looking at that set yesterday trying to think of ways to use it. I love the simplicity of these cards.

I also posted a response comment to your Crystal Effects question on my blog. Thanks for visiting my blog!

Lindsi