DIY // Patterned Stationary


DIY patterned stationary

Okay, so this isn’t exactly reinventing the wheel, but I really wanted a good reason to use my new Martha Stewart paper stencils. I started convincing myself of all of the ways patterned stationary could be used in the next few months (a lot like when I want a new dress that I don’t actually need), except non of them really applied to me at the moment so I decided to make this about you.

Let’s chat about how you could use them: graduation, spring soirees, dinner parties, gift sets, Mother’s day, Father’s day… my birthday if you want to mail me something… and the list goes on.

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  • Heavy card stock or letterpress paper
  • Coordinating envelopes
  • Martha Stewart craft paints
  • Martha Stewart paper stencil pack

If you can punch out stencils, then you can make these. All you have to do is line up your pattern with the edges of the paper, mix and match a little paint, and voila!

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13 thoughts on “DIY // Patterned Stationary

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  3. Rowan

    I detest ecards – with a passion and there are few things I can say that for! I love snail mail and physical cards. Their so much more personal and you can keep them for keepsakes.

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  5. jessie

    just saw this at the very right moment! i want to create my own pattern print for the back of my business cards and already thought about .. what would be the best way! and how to realize it! so thanks for sharing this one haha

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