Making Small Notecards Using Echo Park Paper Company 1

Hello friends, it’s Smitha! February is my favorite month for making small note cards to leave for my kids and husband in their lunch boxes. Today, I’ll share a quick few card ideas with you all!


Material list:


Step 1:

Trim different patterned papers to be slightly smaller than the front of the card. I love the pretty patterns that the Echo Park Paper Collection Kits come with. I had fun choosing designs to match my family members personalities.

Adhere patterned paper to the front of the card using the MONO Adhesive + Permanent. 


Step 2:

I love using the MONO Adhesive + Permanent! This adhesive can be applied from corner to corner easily with an instant start exactly where you aim. It will hold down the paper corners nicely. 


Step 3:

I then went into my paper craft stash to pull out a few more paper embellishments. I chose some colorful paper doilies and a shipping tag.


Step 3:

Trim the doily and shipping tag to fit the card size. Adhere into place with the MONO Adhesive+ Permanent. By layering different papers, textures and stickers, you add more dimension and colors to the card that make it eye catching! 

I hand lettered on the envelope using a black Dual Brush Pen as a finishing touch!


I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Happy crafting!


Find me on instagram: @theshinynest

Find more tutorials of mine on my blog

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One thought on “Making Small Notecards Using Echo Park Paper Company

  • Jessica J

    Nice tutorial for the small note cards. I love to use them while I am writing my papers. In order to avoid plagiarism, I go to resource and check the content in a few small steps. I think it might be useful for someone like me who loves to be unique in the ideas.