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Cards & Notecards - February 2022 Cards, Tags, & More Kit

Hey, all! Normally I try to have a mood board inspired project as my second monthly project, but that project is currently stuck in a round-a-bout lost between This Is Taking Longer Than I Thought Lane and What Was I Thinking Avenue, and I can’t seem to find the correct turn-out for All Done Drive!

Fortunately, I have another project using this month’s Cards, Tags, and More Kit all ready to go, so this week I’m bringing you some ideas for cards and notecards.
Following the thought of “One Sheet Wonders,” I created a cut file in Silhouette Studio to speed up the creation of my squares, rectangles, and a few triangles. I also created some little quilt circles and mini-envelopes to add on. Check out my video, and following the photos, you can find links to my personal DropBox!


With all those pieces ready to grab and put in place, getting some cards churned out is a [mostly] seamless process! Add on some of the cut apart pieces, some Tres Jolie Chipboard, and stamp some sentiments, and you’re good to go! Since there isn’t too much detail needed for these cards, I will post their sizes, and only add any notes of interest if necessary! Happy Card Making!

I didn’t make just cards, these first three are notecards—even easier to make because there is no fold! 

3.5”x5” Notecard

5”x3.5” Notecard

4”x5” Notecard


The rest of the photos are all cards – in four different sizes.

3.5”x7” cardstock piece folded to make a 3.5”x3.5” card with a piece of the fabulous Tres Jolie chipboard added for some extra interest! 5”x7” cardstock piece folded to make a 5”x3.5” card. I put the cut apart piece with “Spring” stamped on it on some foam squares to add a bit of dimension.
I don’t know why, but I think slimline cards are my favorite size of cards! 7”x8.5” cardstock piece folded to make a 3.5”x8.5” slimline.
These last two cards are the same finished size – 5.5”x4.25”. I used one piece of 8.5”x11” cardstock, cut it in half horizontally to create two, 8.5”x5.5” pieces, then folded those in half to create the two cards. In the video I talk about a card that gave me some trouble, this is the one! I had to really layer the center up to get something “good” out of the mess I was making!


Here are the two files I created that you are free to use for personal use only. Attribution is not required, but always appreciated! Links for download from my personal DropBox below each image.

Get the SVG from my DropBox here. Files for personal use only. Not maintained by Tres Jolie Kit Club.

Get the quilt & envie SVG from my DropBox here. Files for personal use only. Not maintained by Tres Jolie Kit Club.

Thank you for joining us here at Tres Jolie, I hope you enjoyed this project and it gave you some ideas of some cards and/or notecards that you can make.

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In addition to this month’s Cards, Tags, & More Kit (*from previous Tres Jolie Kits), I used:
*Prima Fluid Chalk Ink “Coldsfoot Petals” & “Blossom Bud; Ranger/Wendi Vecci Embossing Powder “Buttercup;” Lawn Fawn Dye Ink “Sunflower;” Cardstock for the card bases (I used green and purple – possibly from Simon Says Stamp, but I’m not sure!); We R Memory Keepers Craft Knife; Fiskars 1.5” & 1” Circle Punches; Ranger Heat-It; Scotch ATG; Elmer’s Glue Dots; Art Glitter Glue; Foam Squares; [bits of] Scrapbook Adhesives Adhesive Sheets; Silhouette Cameo 3, EK Tools Scoreboard

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