Making Small Notecards Using Echo Park Paper Company


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!

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Material list:

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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!

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I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Happy crafting!

Smitha

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