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Delicate Note Card

Hello and welcome to a new post for Ewe-N-Me Printables. Have you been to the store lately? Lots of new designs have been added and of course I have to share some with you today. 

Deena Davis, owner and designer of Ewe-N-Me Printables, and I collaborated to create a beautiful set: Gift Box and Tea Envelopes - Vintage Roses, that matches my latest paper pack release: Keys & Roses



This set includes two different templates, a cube box and tea bags that fit perfectly inside. The box of course, is so versatile that it can be used for many other projects besides a tea box. You can also find both templates sold separately: Printable Gift Box - Vintage Roses and Tea Bag Envelope - Vintage Roses.




I have a very special project I made using this set, but you'll have to wait to see it. So stay tuned and come back on the last week of August to see what I created. This project will also be featured at the Craft Hoarders Anonymous' blog (yay!).

Other beautiful new products available now at Ewe-N-Me Printables are Cocoa/Treat Envelope - Victorian Floral and Small Note Card and Envelope with Hang Tags - Victorian Floral. Today I will be using both sets to make a delicate note card with a matching envelope.



These digital designs are so well made and so detailed, all you need to do is cut. They already come distressed for you and as you can see they even have some little borders, which makes it easy to use for making cards or gift envelopes. 

For today's project I started off by printing the templates on white linen cardstock. I printed two note cards from Small Note Card and Envelope with Hang Tags - Victorian Floral. I used the second print to die cut an oval and do a simple decoupage layer on the front of the card. I added a piece of gross grain ribbon in soft pink across the front of the card (horizontally) beneath the die cut and the card base and embellished it's corners with Baby Pearls - LeCreme. I also added a little glitter glue to the center of the large flowers on the oval die cut that gives them a very nice subtle shimmer.

 


For the matching envelope I printed Cocoa/Treat Envelope - Victorian Floral, that was actually made to match the note card (it fits perfectly).




I hope you liked today's post! If you'd like to purchase the printables I used today, please visit Ewe-N-Me's store or click on the links listed above. These printables are so nice to work with and of such great quality, I can assure you that you'll enjoy them greatly!

Thanks so much for your visit.



This card is participating in:
Make it Digital - The Paper Shelter

Photo Inspiration - It's all about the Vintage
Vintage/Shabby Chic - Crafting by Designs




Comments

  1. These are beautiful. I love pinks and flowers, especially roses. TYFS

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    1. Thanks Mehrll. I enjoy reading your comments and appreciate your support! I would love to see what you could create with one of these sets.

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  2. Very lovely. Looks stunning. Thanks for playing with us over at TPS this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  3. Fabulous collection of projects! Thank you for joining in the Paper Shelter Challenge this week.

    Hugs, Vannessa
    TPS DT

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