Tuesday, 1 September 2015


I have lots of strips of card left over from the stationery I made. I've been wondering what I could do with it, and then it occurred to me! I needed 24 thank you cards ~ problem solved :)

I trimmed the card so it measured 4"x8" and folded it in half. Using my ink dusters I used Adirondack Meadow to colour the bottom of the card and Adirondack Sunshine Yellow to colour the top of the card. I stamped the sunflower using Versafine Onyx.

All the notelets are now written and ready for the recipients. (The card below isn't creased, it's the shadow from my camera).

I would like to enter the notelets for the following challenge
               Retro Rubber Challenge 22 - Anything goes                                        


  1. WOW! You HAVE been busy, Ruth! I know the recipients will be thrilled to receive them. :-) xx

  2. Yeah, a quick and easy way to have cards ready for use! Very pretty! Thanks for playing along with Retro Rubber Challenge blog.

  3. Ruth these are beautiful - love your use of your scraplets.

  4. Lovely cards!
    Thank you for sharing at Penny Black and more;-))m

  5. What a great idea Ruth. I've not mastered those duster brushes yet! Barbxx

  6. A great set of note cards Ruth, I like the blended ink colours, and what a great way of using up the card scraps.
    Jean x

  7. What a productive little stamper you've been, Ruth! I love this set of sunny thank you cards!! Hugs, Darnell

  8. What a great idea! I love making cards in a batch! Thanks so much for doing the challenge!