3 DIY MINI cards w/ 3 WAYS to say HAPPY THANKSGIVING

by - November 21, 2017


Last minute note for Grandma's? Want to spread Thanksgiving cheer? Here's three mini cards to DIY in time for the turkey day.

I love note cards -- their thick and inexpensive, and easily turned into anything. That's why these Thanksgiving mini cards are a cross between a card and a postcard. Ready for more ink & watercolor? Let's go.

Stuff:


  • Pencil/mechanical 
  • Ink pen
  • Watercolors
  • Blank index cards (3x5)

I love pie. And cranberry sauce. Stuffing is the best though...with gravy. This font pops off the paper with it's one thick side and one slim side -- the ladder shadowed with ink.


Almost everything is baked at 350, no exceptions for this thankful pie. Same fonts for all three cards , and ingredients are not withheld. A darker orange/brown or nice cranberry would pop out just as splendidly.


A little thicker letters, same theme. Lotsa pie to go 'round. Thanksgiving is such a great time to show family how much you're grateful they are there. We have so much to enjoy and love in this season and so much to thank God for.

What are you thankful for?

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4 comments

  1. Those are so cute and if I had watercolors I would one hundred percent try it!

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    1. Thank you, Nabila! You should add some to your Christmas list -- they are so worth it ;)

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  2. You are really good with watercolors! Those are so, so pretty. <3

    (By the way, I found your Goodreads profile a while back and really wanted to send you a friend request, but I'm so shy about it that I didn't. So I was thrilled when I got your friend request! And your blog is gorgeous - I've been sort of "following" it unofficially for a while, ever since I found your GR profile!)

    -Zane

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    1. Thank you Zane <333
      Aww, really? Thank you! You're so sweet...and your blog is adorable. I just followed :)

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