Gifting Cards and Envelopes with Tamiko

Having a good time creating these small note cards and envies as a gift for a friend.
Sometimes less is MORE, so I decided to keep my decor down to a minimum, so the eye could focus more on the paper itself.

On this project I began with here making three individual sheets of paper. No dyes were used, but i did use various scraps of the shown color to achieve the final look.  The white paper has bits of my painted papers  that you can actually see in the paper.  That's something I will try again!!

I made the papers using the The Complete Papermill Kit. Before the sheets were made I knew I wanted to use my Arnold Grummer Gift Tag Template.  I decided I did not want the appearance of the deckled edge on my papers, so I chose to trace my items for a cleaner edge, I would achieve using my scissors.  After scoring and folding my cards and envies,  my project was done. To embellish it, I used a few stamps from my Creating in Faith by Prima.  I also kept the unused card together with its envelope by using some white paper raffia that can be found here at The Ribbon Resource. ::smiles::  My friend can use the raffia also as the closure for the envelope.

I love the template used to create these cards, I have used in traditional and non traditional ways and hope the recipient of this gift will enjoy them as well. ::smile::

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  1. Super cute, I love the little cards and their matching envelopes!

  2. Super cute, I love the little cards and their matching envelopes!

  3. Lovely project......
    Love and light,


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