On the Sixth Day of Christmas…

I’m giving Cottage Wall personalized note cards and a tote to match!

12 Cards and envelopes fit Nicely into the tote.

TOTE SPECS: 12 x12 piece of card stock. Score at 3 and 9. Turn and score at 4.5 and 7.5 snip short score lines and fold up sides and adhere to make the tote. My handles are from the Oval scallop frame die for the Big shot. Embellish and decorate your tote!

For the cards: My goal for these was fast and simple so I focused on the designer paper. Each dsp piece is 3×4 and layered 2 times. the “Lovely letters” are punched and layered with more punches. I added a small rhinestone brad to the letter for some accent. light green and light purple.

Don’t forget to stamp your envelopes!

All Supplies are Stampin’ Up!

Stamps: Lovely Letters, Oval all

Paper: Old Olive, rich razzleberry, Cottage wall designer series paper (dsp)

Ink: Old Olive and rich razzleberry

Accessories: two tags and oval scallop frame dies for the big shot, various punches, circle ice rhinestone brads.



  1. deanna
    October 28, 2009 / 2:44 pm

    This is really cute and you make it sound easy. Thanks for sharing. I am loving following your daily ideas.

  2. Kathy
    October 28, 2009 / 3:44 pm

    I love your site! Your ideas so are up my alley! Definately will make papercraft gifts to give this year!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Michelle
    October 28, 2009 / 3:55 pm

    I love your ideas. They make me want to try and make them. You have a great eye for colors too.

  4. Carol guerard
    October 29, 2009 / 3:48 am

    Wow is right, love them – will make them for Christmas gifts. Jill, thank you for sharing. Happiness, Carol G.

  5. Anonymous
    October 30, 2009 / 2:44 pm

    I love these and they would be Perfect for my daughter Lauren who is 21, a senior in college. She works really hard at remembering birthdays and sending thank yous! michellemallett@comcast.net thanks for sharing

  6. BeccaRoo
    October 30, 2009 / 5:44 pm

    That’s a great idea, I thought about this idea too, but some of our family members don’t really appreciate the handmade cards that much.

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