I created three animal cards for your Valentine’s. A bunny, a bear and something that reminds me of Pokemon. I also created two pattern squares that you can make origami hearts with!
These are what you’ll get when you download.
Write your message at the back of the square, so that it’s going to be inside the origami heart.
I found this video on youtube that gives crystal clear guide on how to make origami heart. If you don’t know how to make one, I recommend you watching the video.
Carefully cut the dash lines on the cards to make slots for the origami hearts.
Ta-DA! Slip in the origami heart with your secret message in it. These cards are no larger than 14.8cm in height, so they will fit nicely inside a C6 envelope. Or they make a nice display too!
By the way for this post, I am using my iPhone 5 camera for the photos. I think they look pretty good for a mobile phone camera, don’t you think?
Today’s Desktop Mix & Match, I put together some stuff that reminds me of school life. Canvas bags, grid and geometric stationery, and going to camps were my favourite things about my school life.
Stripey Canvas [ iPad Case ] by Baggu
Wooden [ Ball Point Pen ] by Delfonics
[ Enamel Steel Cups ] for your water, coffee or tea by Best Made Co
Mates for Life [ 2014 Calendar ] by Little Low
Grid & Block Colours [ Cushion ] by Depapa
Bear Return Address [ Stamp ] by Native Bear
Blue Check MT [ Washi Tape ] from Notemaker
Nicely Noted is a Stationery Subscription service from the U.S. For $18 (US dollar that is) per month, you’ll get an envelope of three beautiful letterpress cards, and a personal handwritten message from Perry Nelson.
Basically, while I was searching for “paper goods subscription box that ships to Australia”, Nicely Noted was one of the subscriptions that caught my attention. They had me at LETTERPRESS.
I love the simplicity of it. Three Letterpress Cards from different designers, shipped with an envelope straight to my mailbox. My heart jumped with joy as I opened it. This month’s theme is Citrus.
Nicely Noted was born out of a love of writing and receiving letters, in addition to a lifelong appreciation for beautiful stationery. – Perry Nelson
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This year I designed a personalised holiday card for me and my husband. Some of them are already on their way to my friends and family by now. With all the digital revolution these days, greeting card is one of the few things that still survives. I certainly hope e-cards will never take over greeting cards. Having e-everything is not a good thing.
These cards and the envelope sealers are printed by Vista Print.
Would you like to get a personalised greeting cards designed just for you, with illustrations of you and your family (and pets)? Email me [ email@example.com ]