Saturday, August 13, 2011

PSA Blog Hop (Day 6): Rock Star t-shirt notecards

One of my favorite uses of Make-the-Cut is to make shaped note cards. They are quick to make and easy to put together. I love surprising my kids by sneaking a note card or two in their lunch boxes!

For the 6th day of the  PSA Essential Back-to-School Blog Hop, I made these note cards with Lettering Delights' Glam Girls Paper Dolls SVG set  and the PSA Super Star peel-and-stick stamps

All cuts were made by Make-the-Cut and the Silhouette SD.

These note cards look so cute but are so easy to make! I even used a silver glitter gel pen to add in some stitch lines just for some extra details and bling. If you have never made a shaped note card before, do give it a try. I even have a tutorial to help you along. In the tutorial, I used a Lettering Delights Doodlebat font (instead of an SVG) and an earlier version of MTC but the concept remains the same. You can find the tutorial by clicking here.

Your next stop on this hop is Kassidy's Inking It Up Crazy. Click here to go there now. If you are just joining us on the hop today, please click here to go to Day 1 where the hop began. Don't forget to leave a comment on everyone's blog every day of the hop to enter into the grand prize (retail $85). Here again is the list of participants on this hop:

NEXT STOP --- Kassidy --- NEXT STOP

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  1. What a great idea! I can't wait to try it out for my boys:) Thanks!

  2. Very fun! Love the stitch detail!

  3. Great little tee-shirts and what a fabulous idea to make a child feel special

  4. super cool!
    sweetlilscrapper at hotmail dot ca

  5. You always have the most adorable cards. Your kids must love these.

  6. What a fun card! Thanks for the tutorial!

  7. Cute card! Thanks for the tutorial, I can't wait to try it! Hope it is really as simple as you make it look.

  8. Very cute! i love this project