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Simple Saturday: Mini Notecard Trio

I'm gearing up for an event I'm co-hosting on today and I needed to come up with a simple notecard set for a Make & Take we're creating.

Needless to say, since it was a challenge, I procrastinated.  A bit.  I mean---simple---it's so hard!  I scoured Pinterest and looked to other demonstrators for help and I finally created a very quick and simple notecard trio.  (Whew, just in time!)

I used just one color (Cherry Cobbler) and a bit of Whisper White Cardstock and my set was complete.  You can easily make this trio of cards yourself with very minimal supplies and about five minutes!  How's that for simple!?  :)


Do you have 10 minutes?  Then go ahead and make the little wood crate to store the notecards in!  Or not, take the extra five and enjoy a glass a wine!

Cheers!
Here's the supplies to make this Simple Saturday Creation:
If you decide to make the Crate, then you'll need these items, too:



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