Stash busting thank you notelets

August 20, 2014

Following my rather extensive birthday celebrations (well why not drag it out at my age!) I have enjoyed rummaging through my paper craft hoard. The aim to make some stash busting thank you notelets:).

Thank you notelet

 

A little bit of playing around created a quick and simple collage thank you notelet.

paper notelets

To create your own you will need two types of paper. I used a leaf printed handmade paper, and silver chinese temple paper. It’s nearly twelve years since I have been to China – definitely time to use some of my stock!

paper squares

Rip into square shapes, one slightly bigger than the other.

thankyou notelets

Stamp text onto the card.

thank you notelet 1

Quick, simple and effective (just don’t tell the people who received them just how quick and easy!). I really enjoyed working with paper as a change – I may just be doing some more rummaging:)

As usual I am hopping by Handmade Harbour to see what everyone else’s week has been like,

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6 responses to “Stash busting thank you notelets”

  1. Gina Caro says:

    I love them, simple but effective. I should really do this with my stash of card making bits. Thank you for sharing on #ThriftyThursday 🙂

  2. Sonia says:

    Oh these look great! Drag it out as long as you can I say 😉 Hope you had a wonderful time x
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  3. Genius! these look lovely, I’m always after some inspiration for homemade cards. thank you!
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  4. These look really professional yet handmade too, love the idea of using old stashes too! #thriftythursday
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  5. I love making cards but I never find enough time, they are beautifula nd easy, thanks a lot, Mich x
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  6. These are so cute. Simple but very personal. Great post
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