Adorable Printable Stationery for Kids
Our illustrator Krista was inspired to design this incredibly cute set of mini animal envelopes for Valentine’s Day, but these printables are great for any time of year. Kids love writing little notes so why not make them as irresistible as possible? There are three designs in total – a cat, dog and bear. Choose your favorite animal or the colors that appeal to you most! Download the PDF and print the envelopes onto text weight paper or cardstock. Text weight will be easier to fold, but cardstock will be more sturdy. For this reason we recommend printing the notecards onto cardstock. After printing, trim the envelopes, then fold them together and secure. We used a glue dot roller, but you can easily use a regular glue stick or double stick tape. Feel free to mix and match the animal envelopes and notecards!
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I’ve loved your designs for several years now. I have a suggestion for something new. I haven’t seen this anywhere else so you can be the first.
Since everyone is so vintage crazy now, this is way back from my past life….the late 50’s as I recall. All the girls had a homemade paper “autograph book” they used at the end of each school year, a new one each year of course. They were decorated to each one’s taste. Several years later they came out with stuffed “autograph hounds”. I know that in high school we all autographed and commented in our annuals, but this was mostly for younger girls, say before and/or during ninth grade, of course we used our fountain pens with Shaeffer peacock blue ink (sad to say they don’t make it again, yet but people on fountain pen sites are clamoring for it! Maybe my granddaughter and great niece could be using the books soon. Hugs from sunny Florida. (Irma came sorta near, but around us, thank goodness)
Thanks for the suggestion, we love to hear from our members! This could work nicely with another project we have in mind… stay tuned!