Yesterday it was raining so I spent the morning trying to make things for my Etsy. It took me a few hours to even figure out what I was doing and then actually create something. It's basically the same style that I usually do but I have changed it slightly. I have quite a few ideas on making different versions of my mini note cards.
Here's what I came up with...
Basically its tiny note cards in an envelope on another mini note card.
I thought inside the tiny note cards I could have a little quote inside (printed out) or I could leave them blank for you to fill in your own message. And there will be various other colours and styles.
But then you also have the main mini note card to write your message. I thought I could put a little envelope seal for the tiny envelope to put on yourself (if you want to write your own message or see the quote inside). And there will be another envelope seal for the main envelope too (although I didn't make any).
This is another idea. These are some small fabric magnets. I was trying to decide if I will sell them with the note cards or separately. Still pondering.
I was thinking of making these into some tiny earrings. Again wondering if I should add them with the note cards as a little gift and card in one??!! What do you think?
A photo so you can see how tiny they are. They are weeny and really cute.
So this is basically where I'm at for the moment. Just tossing different ideas around and figuring out how to make it work. Do you like them? The ideas? It's just nice to get some feedback :)
This weekend is a long weekend due to ANZAC Day. A day to remember the ANZAC'S (World War 1) who died, but it includes World War 2 as well. Jason and I are thinking of attending a Dawn Service.
We are also spending the long weekend cleaning and organising our house. It still feels like we are only half moved in so we are just going to tackle it and get it done.
Oh and another thing. Julia and Bree are hosting a Mixtape swap! Check out their blogs to go and participate!!
Have a fantastic weekend everyone!