Thursday, September 16, 2010

Notelets


I'm extremely luck to be on Simon Says Stamps team, Heidi is a generous boss who often sends us some wonderful stuff.
She sent me this Kraft coloured cards from Hero Arts and I felt I must do something with them. I rarely used purpose brought cards, I usually make my own.
But these cards cried out to used with some images stamped in white and I used an Hero Arts stamp that was ideal for the job. I kept it simple with just a bow with one those pesky fiddly bows so they fit in the normal letter post slot.
I thought they would make a wonderful set of notelets and I made a pocket in and A4 card not very adventurous but it will do
The front cover is the same as the notelet with the addition of some gold pearls. I think I will give it to my Mum she likes sending thank you notes to the grandchildren.

30 comments:

Lia said...

beautiful notelets debbie, I love the flowers
hugs lia

PinksyDoodles said...

These are wonderful Debby. The white against the Kraft looks great.
Clare x

Sparkle and Flourish said...

These are just gorgeous Debby!! So striking and your Mum will love them!
Hugs Judy xx

NGCARDS said...

Gorgeous notelets hun xxx

Julie said...

Might not be very adventurous but I think they're lovely. Love the clean and simple design.

Claire said...

These are lovely Debby and I love the folder you have made for them to go into - did you use a template for that? Hugs, Claire x

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous! I love kraft & white together xx Jenny xx

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Debby,
These are very effective. They really are stylish. I love them.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Sew This N That said...

Such beautiful notelets babe, love the way they look with the white ink :)
*hugs* Heather x

Susie said...

Absolutely gorgeous - those kraft cards are a fab base for your beautiful stamp! Susie x

Tricia T said...

Debbie, I love all the "flat" cards you've been making! Postage is expensive!!

Riet said...

Wowww Debby,This is so beautiful.

Hugs Riet.x

Sarah A said...

Hi Debby

Sorry I have been so rubbish at visiting your blog lately...

Love these notelets, they are simple but stunning!

Sarah x

MarieL said...

Debbie, I love it. So elegant so simple. I really like the cards with different characters, many layers but I always am drawn back to the elegant simple cards again.

Elly said...

Gorgeous Debby. Quite something else then what you usually make, but certainly not less beautiful!!
hugs, Elly

* √úla * said...

Wouw, that is something very different Debby, but no less beautiful than your other creations!
It is very beautiful and very elegant and delicate.
Verry, verry nice!
hugs Ula X

Sue said...

Hi Debby
a beautiful card, i luv the image, very classy card hun, sue,x

Eva said...

Wow, this is so different from what you usually do but I love it! Nice touch with the gold pearls. And I MUST go hunting for that awesome stamp now!

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Just catching up with all your lovely work. Love the Snoopy card and love these too. The white stamping is so effective. Marianne x

chris said...

Debby they are gorgeously perfect. hugs chris xx

Shirley N said...

I love this Debby, it's beautiful!!!

hckd said...

I think your cards came out perfect.. I have often wondered what to do with just a plain kraft or brown background.. now I know.. Thanks for sharing! :)

Heidi said...

Beautiful Debby!

Juls said...

these are just brilliant, love the natural look, they are such gorgeous stylish cards! Hugs Juls

Diane said...

Such a sweet package!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh how pretty!! I love your simple layout and the beautiful image with the bling.

Nicki said...

These are beautiful hun, and so different to your usual style - you really can turn your hand to anything can't you, clever lady!

Nicki, xx

Irene said...

Hello Debby

What a fanulous cards, I love the colour scheme nd those sparkly gems.
Just perfect.

irene
xxxx

petra,s cards said...

wauw debby this is soo nice great hou you do that!!
xxx petra wetzels

scrapn_momof2 said...

These are stunning Debby! Just stunning.