Notecard Purses with Free Template

DIY Notecard Purses with Free Printable TemplateMy aunt and I made these purse shaped notecards during our craft show days and they were a big hit. One of the best things about them is that each one can be made from a 8.5″x11″ piece of cardstock and they fit in a standard 5 3/4″ x 41/2″ notecard envelope. I found packs of 50 envelopes at Big Lots for $1! Check your local dollar stores as well.

Materials:
8.5″ x 11″ cardstock
template from Sweet T Makes Three
ink pad
rubber stamp
button
scissors
utility knife
envelope

Print the below template onto a piece of cardstock by clicking the photo to enlarge then right clicking to save to your computer. Sorry about the line on the right!

I like to go ahead and stamp the “right” side of the paper at this point so the card looks as if it were cut from patterned paper instead of stamped as an afterthought. You’ll still have to stamp the opposite side of the purse handle after it’s cut out though.

Cut the solids lines, fold into thirds, and create the slit using a utility knife. Refer to the photos below as a guide.

Glue on a button to finish.


You may find it easier to create a “dummy card” using the printed template then trace onto a new piece of cardstock to create erasable fold and cut lines using a pencil. Either way once you’ve made one or two you’ll be amazed at how easy this is!

Note card purses Free Printable Template #printables

Comments

  1. Those are just too cute. Seriously too cute!

  2. Jenn those are so cute! I may have to print that and make some!

  3. A blast from the past. These were so fun to make and everyone loved them. They also make a great gift card holder!

  4. That is SUCH a cute idea! I’m going to have to remember this for our next craft project or themed party!

  5. These are so cute! Thanks so much for sharing!

  6. Adorable!
    Kas

  7. I think these would be a great alternative to using post-its.

  8. These would make cute invites!

  9. Oh these are just so cute!

  10. these are too cute!

  11. These are simply adorable.

  12. These are awesome. My daughter would love to make them. she knows how to do other paper crafts but is always looking for new ones. thanks for sharing.

  13. This is adorable. It would be perfect for scrapbooking!

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