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Quick, easy, and cute lunch notes...

Hello my crafty friends! This is Kristy and I'm here today to show you a quick and easy project. School is starting in just a couple of weeks and my little one will be starting FULL day kindergarten!!! I thought it would be fun to make up a pile of cute little notes to have ready to stick in her lunchbox everyday! Here are the items I used:
Lawn Fawn Ink-Juice Box
Lawn Fawn Ink-Wild Rose
Lawn Fawn Ink-Peacock
Lawn Fawn Ink- Celery
VersaFine Black Ink
Post it tape
Waffle Flower Doily Circle Stamp Set

I started by cutting pieces of cardstock to 4x4, then I stamped the banner towards the middle/bottom of each card, and stamped one onto a piece of post it tape.

I cut out the banner on the post it tape and used this as a mask. Then I placed it on top of the banners on each 4x4 card, and stamped the large doily over top of the mask.
I peeled off the mask and then stamped the "Smile" and sentiment onto each card.
I also used the little dot stamp to add a little something to the cards. Then I decided to use a medium sized marker and add a frame around each card.
I've already written some notes on the back of these and am ready to add them to her lunchbox! These literally came together in minutes, and I plan to use some of my other cute stamp sets I bought in the BRI shop to make some more! Thanks for stopping by today! Make sure you pop on over to the shop before these goodies are gone! ;) -Kristy


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