Fun Personalized Notecards

I have so much fun coming up with creative projects and posts for the Family Economics section of the SC Johnson corporate website. The latest is a simple craft for making personalized stationery notecards using pages from discarded books and your sewing machine. Of course, hand stitching would work well, too! I find the books at a local thrift store or occasionally at a Friends of the Library sale. For these notecards, I added a fun touch- faux apparel tags. Check out the d.i.y. notecard post HERE.

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16 Responses to Fun Personalized Notecards

  1. #1 - anhesty says:

    i lovess it!

  2. #2 - Country Dreaming says:

    Those are tooo cute!


  3. #3 - gdyup says:

    love the notecard idea! Can you tell me what font you use for your name?


  4. #4 - papelhilo-l'araignée says:

    it's so simple but it has the force of evidence !

  5. #5 - Molly says:

    Love these! I'm trying this out, for sure-thanks so much!

  6. #6 - Michelle says:

    they are just stunning !

  7. #7 - marie says:

    Love, love, love this idea!!

  8. #8 - donna!ee says:

    absolutely the most clever thing i've experienced today!! thanks so much for sharing AND really get great d.i.y. info from your scjohnson site…thank you much!

  9. #9 - Apron Thrift Girl says:

    I so heart anything that combines thread and paper. Dave gave me a card a few years ago with a piece of paper that featured a crown sewn onto the card. It's by far my favorite card that I ever received by him. I love this idea and need to do this for my Christmas cards this coming winter. A great inspiring post.

  10. #10 - Kerri says:

    what a great idea- love that you're recycling materials!

  11. #11 - Darlene says:

    I love the vintage look of the cards. Thanks so much for sharing!

  12. #12 - susan says:

    Love the cards….Can you tell me the name of the font you use?


  13. #13 - Cathe Holden says:

    My signature is a personally modified version of Alex Brush.

  14. #14 - Ann says:

    Oh I love this idea – especially the 'apparel tag' – too cute!

  15. #15 - jdavissquared says:

    darling! I'm a bicycle nut, so this is just lovely!

  16. #16 - Jackie Sorich says:

    great site, GREAT ideas. Thank you for the print outs too. I also love the quote from Erma Bombeck, I remember reading that after she died and really feel she did a great job with everything she got.