I had so much fun making this vintage, soft trio of notecards and the beautiful matching box. And it really came together so quickly! The best part is that this project can be redesigned in so many ways using minimal extra products.
Kelleigh has create her memo box to be the perfect fit and when you open the file, it is very clear as to where you need to clip the digital papers. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!
And, you won’t find a more gorgeous set of floral papers and elements to use in a project like this! By including designs with blue tones as well as pinks, Mari’s kit is also useful for more masculine projects. You should definitely check out some of the scrapbook layouts made with this kit–wow!!
Here’s what I used:
- In the Garden kit by Mari K
- Memo Box Template by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs
- Photoshop Elements
- Paper trimmer
- Ink and sponge
- Silk ribbon
- corner rounder
Above you can see how I laid out the digital paper and elements on the sheet to be printed. I clipped more papers than I needed to the memo box and wasted some of my ink–lesson learned!
When I’m making projects, I never really have an exact end result in my head so I wanted to print enough of the digital papers and elements to give myself some freedom to create. I was drawn to the beautiful tags that Mari included in the kit and I knew that I wanted my notecards to feature those.
With such amazing papers I didn’t need to add much to make these cards pretty. The silk ribbon echos the soft feel of the designs and I thought that the butterflies worked well with the floral images. Also adding to the soft theme are the rounded corners that I punched into the corner of each card.
Thanks for stopping by to check out my project today!
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