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Sometimes you have just minutes – even a handful of seconds – to whip something together and this simple friendship card totally fits the bill! You can use it as a thanks, a thinking of you, a birthday, a sympathy and lots of other cards. I LOVE a multi-purpose project!

Take a peek:


This card is super easy you can make with just one ink pad, one stamp set, one marker and card stock. It's made using a note card as a base instead of a standard greeting card because it saves a cut and a fold making it even FASTER.

This card is so quick because it's one stamping of the greeting on a strip. And some quick random stamping of one stamp on the background. And then some quick squiggles of a marker inside those hearts. The longest part of this project was getting the panel the right size which is fast anyway and then mounting the greeting, also fast. In all seriousness, this card took me less than three minutes from start to finish!

Here's a closeup of the “doodle coloring”:

Here are the supplies I used for this simple friendship card:

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Another thing I want to point out is that this stamp set – which will be GONE when the new catalog launches on June 2 – has SEVEN such sayings in it meaning that it is such a universally useful set that it just might make it to my personal archives. Who doesn't love a set that lets you make simple friendship cards, baby cards, encouragement cards and more in minutes?