Do you love working with SVG files? As a graphic designer, I love creating SVG files, and I will be sharing projects, including SVG files, with you twice a month. Hi, I am Janet from Try it – Like it – Create it, and I have a Floral Notecard to share with you as a part of the CutCardStock design team. 

top fold notecards

Sometimes it is really nice to have a simple but elegant note card. This SVG file can be adapted into a few different styles. The image above shows one with a color insert that can be adjusted to any color you desire. Or leave the notecard plain like the card on the right. You can stamp to add a sentiment or add additional design elements.

The Royal Sundance Card Stock in Brilliant White is the foundation of this notecard and the card stock that was cut with the free SVG file.

Cricut Maker

Use a personal cutting machine that works with an SVG file. I used a Cricut Maker at a setting of 100#. Because the design is 8.5″ x 11″, and the card stock is the same size, you have to pay attention to the alignment on your mat. The file will make two cards from one sheet of card stock.

Video Tutorial:

close-up detail

The close-up image above shows the cutting detail of the SVG file, the color insert, and the beautiful texture of the Royal Sundance card stock.

Making a set of these notecards would make for a nice gift. As an option, you could insert a different color into each one of the notecards.

The SVG file for the Notecard can be found at: [Floral Notecard]

If you would like to make a notepad with the same design, there is an SVG file for that as well. You can find it at: [Floral Notepad]

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Janet Trieschman

Hi, I am Janet. I am married to my husband Dan and we have two teenaged girls. Nowadays I work from home. I have always loved to create. As a child, one of my favorite things to do was talk my mom into a trip to the craft store. I took my love of art and craft and studied Graphic Design in college. Then I pursued an MFA in Graphic Design and an MS in New Media. I left a prosperous career as a college professor to raise our girls. Looking for a creative outlet, I started a website; Try it - Like it - Create it
Try it - Like it - Create it.