DIY Tiny Notecards


Notecards Glitter Merissa Revestir_2014July

Notecard Making DIY | | Merissa Revestir

Notecards Glitter Merissa Revestir_2014July

 Who doesn't love tiny notes, I know I do, especially when glitter is involved. You can easily make these yourself with paper and embellishments. I used thick watercolor paper because that's what I had on hand, cardstock would work too. Next I cut my paper down to the tiny size I wanted, my cards were approximately 4" x 4", and folded them in half with a bone folder. I rounded my corners off with my EK Success corner punch (seen in my photo above). Then I thought of what I could do for decoration.

I decided I wanted something simple yet cute so I did tiny hearts with glitter and calligraphy with words like mahalo and thanks. You may also do the name of your recipient (that would be cool). And that's all there is to it. 

On a side note, I've created another Instagram account: @merissa_cherie specifically for my paper crafting and stationery obsession. My first account @m_rev, started to fill up with faded, moody photos of Hawaii which was an entirely different feel from my girly stationery photos so I split it up. It wasn't cohesive. Pretty much like me, I'm not cohesive haha, in fact, my blog is bright with pastels and pops of color but in reality my entire wardrobe is black, grey, a few navy blue pieces, and some white to balance things out. You wouldn't have guessed right?

Instagram: @merissa_cherie



  1. These are adorable! I love the vibrant colors and copious amounts of glitter. :) xoxo

    1. Hello Sarah, thank you! I'm glad you liked them. These notecards are good to travel in an snail mail envelope ;) xo Merissa

  2. glitter makes everything better!
    just followed both instagram accounts! <3


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