Some time ago when Stampin' Up! had reduced pricing for My Digital Studio projects, I used a trifold card template to design several sets of note cards. This trifold template is my most favorite, and I have to say that having pretty note cards ready to use is awesome! As I was starting to clean up the stamp room last Thursday and listening to music, there was a song that reminded me of my cousin, Teresa. Her name has come up before in a blog post or two. We were friends and partners in crime all through school and when I think about those days now, I don't have memories of anything bad--no regrets, no embarrassment to speak of (or that I'm willing to speak of)--there's just one word to sum it all up . . . carefree. I think everyone deserves to take a trip through their memories and recall moments that were truly carefree. I hope they can. Anyway, Teresa and I spent a lot of time going nowhere and doing nothing, whether it was on foot, bicycles or . . . a little later . . . in a car. And I mean that we were in. the. car. We would go to ballgames, but just to see who was in the stands. We went to the library to work on a report (back when kids had to go to libraries for research), but we'd often just turn around and leave. Sometimes we would even leave school a little early. ;-) During our Junior year, we were on the Yearbook staff. Many times when we were supposed to be out selling ad space, we would pull into the parking lot of a business, try to agree on which one of us would prospect the sale, but then end up leaving to just drive around. In the late '70s, that's what teens did . . . rode around in cars, listening to 8-tracks. The music that plays as my memories replay is usually The Oak Ridge Boys ("Elvira" - we could really butcher that song), Kenny Rogers & Dottie West, and ALWAYS Fleetwood Mac. And so I pulled out one of my printed trifold cards because I wanted to let Teresa know that I was thinking of her and am thankful for the great times we had back in the day. To decorate my card, I placed strips of washi tape on a piece of card stock and then cut it with the Blossom punch. The stamped sentiment is from A Dozen Thoughts stamp set.
As you can see, the second and third panels of the trifold are decorated with lines for writing a message and also a blank space with decorative pennants at the top. Having note cards like this on hand is definitely something that I would recommend for anyone who has Stampin' Up!'s My Digital Studio software. You never know when a song will come on and prompt you to write a little note to someone.