Simple “Stamping” Monday | No Stamping Mini Cards


It’s fun to tuck away surprise notes in suitcases, lunchboxes, on pillow cases and in other unexpected little nooks and crannies. These small 3.25″ x  4.25″ cards are perfect for hiding little reminders that you are thinking about those you love.


All of these cards were made using just a few supplies and no stamps so they are super quick, easy, and inexpensive to come together. Theses would be great if you needed a bunch of cards for a classroom or event.


For most of the cards, like this one, I simply glued a small Memories & More card to a small Memories and More Card base, and that was it. So quick and easy, yet it still looks great.


I wanted to keep these cards as simple as possible, but you could easily add some accents and embellishments to them like rhinestones or pearls or even die cuts from the coordinating dies, but I wanted to keep things really simple here.


For this card, I added just a little bit by cutting a piece of coordinating designer series paper to the size of my card base. Then I added the Memories and More card on top of that.


I love that the Memories & More card packs include stickers. I used one of the stickers for my sentiment on this card, and two of the little banner stickers to add a little color. So fun, so quick, so easy.


While these steps are totally optional, I thought it would be fun to add strips of coordinating paper on the insides. I also stamped basic images on the envelopes.

I can’t wait to write little messages on these cards and tuck them away for my kids and my husband to discover. How do you like to use your small Memories & More Cards and envelopes? I’d love to hear about it or see pictures in the comments below!

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