|Supplies: 3x4" cards from Jillibean Soup, teal chevron paper from Bella Blved, thin white cardstock from Pulp, woodgrain paper from Fancy Pants Design, corner punch from Creative Memories.|
But before I run out of days in November, I had better share my November de-stashing idea. It's a simple one this month, because we all need a little more "simple" in our lives at this busy time of year. My idea is to turn leftover 3x4" cards, be they journaling cards or pocket page "filler cards," into greeting cards. In the photo above I have a his-and-hers pair of greeting cards for your viewing pleasure. I've mentioned in other posts that I have some relatives who are really into camping, and these cards were a big hit with them.
|Additional supplies: striped paper from Fancy Pants Design, journaling cards from Jillibean Soup, clear photo corners from Scotch/3M.|
Besides decorating the fronts of the cards with pocket-page leftovers, you can also use journaling cards on the inside, as a writing surface.
I like to use clear photo corners to hold the journaling cards in place. That way, you can remove the journaling cards in order to write your message more easily, and then replace them in exactly the right spot when it's time to mail the greeting card.
Hope you like this idea! Take care and enjoy this last day of November. :)