Kraft Paper Notecards

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap  —  November 7, 2013 — 2 Comments

Y’all, I am on a roll this week with creating stuff for my shop! I whipped up these notecards with some kraft paper and my printer.

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I had a lot of fun finding the perfect colors for shoppers to choose from: black, navy, mint, coral, and plum. I wanted to do yellow too but it didn’t print well on the brown paper.

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I think I’ll keep a set for myself to use as thank you notes or the occasional handwritten letter.

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I’ve set a goal this year to be more intentional with how I package shop items. Even if it’s something as simple as being tied up with string I want my creations to be ready for gifting.

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I’ve got supplies in the mail to make much more lovely things and a stack of vintage whatnots waiting to be photographed. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Charlotte@Living Well on the Cheap


2 responses to Kraft Paper Notecards

  1. I love these. I painted on stationery to give as gifts when I was in high school and college. I used acrylic paints and painted with toothpicks. They were bright colored flowers, lady bugs, leafy vines, butterflies, etc. It was the 60s you know. LOL At the same time, I painted flowers on my toes and anyone else who would stand still long enough. I guess I was ahead of my time.

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