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We love everything tropical! You may have seen our tropical project round up recently, which gives you all the tools you need to host a fabulous summer party. After daydreaming about tropical parties, we decided to create something that would allow you to have a daily dose of tropical in your life. Everyone loves a little handwritten note, and our tropical stationery set is a gorgeous way to spread some love this summer!
The tropical stationery set features a cool blue and grassy green color palette with watercolor designs. The first part of the download below includes two A6 size sheets of stationery. One sheet has a header that reads “a note from” with an editable field to add your name. The other sheet of tropical stationery has a place for your name, email address, and phone number. Choose which one fits better for the specific occasion! To edit the stationery, download and install the free fonts Selima and Arcon. Once you have edited your note cards, you can print them onto either regular copy paper or white card stock, depending on your preference. The second part of the download has two 4bar size cards: a thank you card and a card with the same “a note from” text. Use the same fonts to edit this card and print onto 8.5 x 11 white card stock.
My favorite part of the tropical stationery set has to be the printable envelopes. They are both so pretty! The first envelope is our funky take on watercolor polka dots. This envelope also happens to match the thank you card in the set! The second envelope has a beautiful watercolor marbling with royal blues and tropical teals. We printed our envelopes onto white card stock so they would stay sturdy, but you can also print them onto text weight paper, which will be easier to fold. After you print the designs, trim them to size and glue the flaps together to form the envelopes. We used a glue dot roller for ours, but regular glue should work well too.
If you are interested in other stationery sets, be sure to check out our vintage map set and our pretty monogrammed set! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to stay updated on our daily makes and printables, or browse our membership options to start downloading! Cheers ~ Lia
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