Make It Monday | Hogs and Kisses Note Card Set using This Little Piggy

Make It Monday

Do you ever have those stamp sets where you absolutely HAVE to make something with them the second they arrive in your craft room?! Well, this is one of those projects from one of those stamps! This Little Piggy is just the cutest stamp set…. I mean, who doesn’t love pigs!

When we first saw this stamp set back in April at On Stage Live the room went nuts… partly because the stamps are just adorable, but partly (I’m sure) because the lady demonstrating had put them in tutu’s!!!! yes… I am damn sure I will be making a piggy tutu card really soon! but for now…. here is my Hogs and Kisses Note card set

The note card holder holds 3 note cards and their envelopes…. but there is room for a couple more! Particularly as you get 4 card bases from a single sheet of A4 card stock.

Note cards measure – 14.8 x 10.5 cm, scored on the long side at 7.4.

Matt – 6.9 x 10 cm

Stamped layer – 6.4 x 9.5 cm

Note card box measurements (because this project uses the Envelope Punch Board I only use Imperial Measurements)

Card stock – 8 x 8″

Punch and score at 3 5/8 and 5″

Belly Band

Card stock – 1 3/4 x 11″ (4.5 x 27 cm)

Designer Series Paper – 1 1/2 x 11″ (4 x 27 cm)

The Envelope Punch Board is one of my all times favourite tools… its great not only for custom sized envelopes for those special cards, but also boxes and other packaging.

Envelopes for the note cards use Designer Series Paper measuring 6 1/4 x 6 1/4″ (punch and score at 2 3/4″)

What is your favourite Card Making tool?

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