June 20, 2013

Little girl's stationery set--Sweets & Treats

Cardstock:  Stampin' Up! (Wisteria Wonder), WPlus9 Design Studio (White)
Stamps:  WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats, Sweets & Treats Fillers), Papertrey Ink (Just for You)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Calypso Coral), Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools:  Papertrey Ink (Tag Sale #3 die), WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats dies)
Other:  ribbon, baker's twine

One of my daughter's best friends moved to our street last summer from California.  She's headed back to southern CA for most of the summer to visit family, and I know she and my daughter will miss playing together.  So I decided to make a simple stationery set to help them keep in touch.

Using WPlus9's Sweets & Treats, I stamped the cupcakes in aqua, coral, and purple on flat notecards, rounding the corners to give them a polished look.  The sentiments are from Paper Smooches' Chit Chat.


Cardstock:  Michaels (White)
Stamps:  WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats), Paper Smooches (Chit Chat)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Calypso Coral), Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools:  corner rounder


I came up with 5 simple designs and made 4 of each for a set of 20 cards.

Cardstock:  Michaels (White)
Stamps:  WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats), Paper Smooches (Chit Chat)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Calypso Coral), Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools:  corner rounder



Since the girls are only 7, I thought it would help to label the envelopes so they know where everything should go.


Cardstock:  Michaels (White)
Stamps:  WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats), Paper Smooches (Chit Chat), Papertrey Ink (Label Basics, Boxes, Bags, & Tags, Postmarks)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder), Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools:  corner rounder



I bought sheets of blank address labels, printed the return address, and stamped each with a cupcake.  I also included a sheet of postage stamps and a purple gel pen.


Address labels:  Avery
Stamps:  WPlus9 Design Studio (Sweets & Treats)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Calypso Coral)



This turned out so cute, and now my daughter is asking for her own set.  I have some ideas for making hers unique, so I'll be sure to share it when it's finished!

Thanks for visiting!  Have a wonderful start to your weekend!

15 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

Cristina what a fabulous notecard set and the perfect idea for the girls to stay in touch. Love the colour choices too!

Marybeth said...

Christina,I love this set! What a sweet idea! Great idea to have everything marked on the envelope already. Kinda sad the girls won't get to play together all summer. Love the adorable cupcakes too!

Cassandra said...

What a lovely stationery set - no wonder your daughter wants a Christina Maclaren original. Wait till my 10 yo sees this. Wisteria Wonder is my nightmare colour, but in your hands, it looks stunning.

Lynn said...

This is so adorable! I am sure you will be making lots of these sets...great birthday gift idea for parties too!

Kristie Goulet said...

This is a super cute idea! Love it!

Lindsay said...

These are soo so cute Christina! What a lovely stationary set!

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Christina I LOVE this!!!!! OMG. How cute is that!
I'm old school and always taught my daughter (and grandkids) to send thank-yous, notes, etc... in actual handwriting! LOVE LoVE love this for my grandkids. They are coming for a 3 week visit and I will have them help make it! They can write mom & dad.
I love it and thanks for sharing.

Colleen Wold said...

This is pure fabulousness! And now I am officially off to put this cupcake set in my cart and purchase it! lol! I want my own notecards...and I am not 7! :) Thanks for sharing!

Jean Martin said...

Awesome! I'm sure the kids will love these!!!

Kim Heggins said...

Christina, this is just too darn cute! What a fun and clever idea too and I am sure your daughter and her sweet friend will have so much fun writing back and forth to each other. I passed on this set from WP9 and now I am seriously regretting it. thanks for the inspiration!

Nancy said...

Adorable idea Christina and so cute I can see why your daughter would want her own set too. Love the idea of using the clear stamp box packaging as well, glad to be able to use a few of them!
Thanks,

Sharron said...

Adorable gift idea! I'm sure the girls will miss each other and this will be a wonderful way to keep in touch. I agree with Diane about teaching kids the value of writing an actual note. This is a perfect idea!

Michelle said...

I love this idea, Christina! So cute! I bet the girls have fun writing to each other. :-)

Jeanne J said...

Little Girl? Heck! I want these too! Absolutely wonderful! Who doesn't love a cupcake?

jelly andrews said...

Oh! This is so cute. I love it. And I guess it would be fun to write letters if you’re using adorable stationary paper like these. Thanks anyway for sharing this idea.

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