Hello creative friends,
I’ve really enjoyed hearing how you have all been using your monthly positivity cards and envelope.
It sounds like they’ve been a great way to share some ‘happy mail’ with loved ones during these difficult times.
If you are new here, this is a yearlong project that we’ve been adding to each month.
There are 8 previous months to collect and they are absolutely free to download and use in your personal crafting. Be sure to scroll down further to get the links to the previous months posts.
The Positivity project is presented each month as a two page printable PDF file, containing two, 9 cm x 14 cm postcards and one matching envelope.
Each of the cards contain a positive and inspirational quote and will be designed using a combination of vintage graphics, mixed media and original watercolour artwork…. making then completely unique and one-of-a-kind.
Best of all…. this year long project is completely FREE for you to download and use!
September Positivity Cards
The cards this month feature the artwork of Maud Goodman, which was published in 1905.
I thought the earthy tones were perfect combined with faded pink for this time of year.
These cards measure 9 cm x 14 cm (3.5” x 5.5”), so are a perfect size to be used in many ways.
How to use the positivity cards:
- Add some pretty ribbon and use as a gift tag
- post them to a friend as ‘happy mail’
- use them as journal cards in a junk journal
- use them in a yearly planner or art journal.
Download the September Positivity Project
Click here —> to download the September project file in A4 size.
A Year of Positivity Projects…. so far.
January – If you are new to this year long project, click here for the January printable files.
February – click here for the February printable files.
It gives me great joy to know that you enjoy using these note cards/postcards and envelopes as much as I enjoy creating them… so please don’t be afraid to experiment and use these items in projects that you make for yourself.
The cards and art work, while provided as a free printable here on Shabby Art Boutique, are still covered by copyright and are for personal use only. It is not okay to simply print and sell them as a finished item or sell them as a digital product.
My graphics are not to me used on any commercial items, uploaded for use by print on demand businesses or in handcrafted items on-sold by another business.
I’m always happy to discuss these terms with you, should you have further questions.
Happy crafting my friends!
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