These FREE summer watercolor note cards are perfect for sending someone a thoughtful handwritten note to thank them, send a birthday wish, or just to let them know you’re thinking of them.
Hi Kenarry readers – it’s Lori from Greco Design Company and I made these little watercolor notecards so you can make someone’s day! They’re available exclusively as a free download for Kenarry Idea Insiders. We live in such a digital world but it’s so nice to get a handwritten note from a friend or loved one.
I love painting with watercolors and I’ve created calendars, digital prints and original art using this fun technique.
I thought some of the lazy summer days would be the perfect time to catch up on corresponding with family and friends.
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Then you just need to download the PDF file and save it to your computer. There are two pages so be sure to print both! These summer watercolor note cards and all other free printables on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry™ are for your own PERSONAL USE ONLY.
Card Printing Recommendations
I recommend printing the summer watercolor note cards on a bright white card stock for a crisp, professional look. The cards fit in a standard A2 sized envelope and they’re the perfect size to tuck in a little gift card as an extra treat.
Simply print out your summer watercolor note cards, cut on the gray dotted lines, fold the cards in half and enjoy!
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Lori is a freelance graphic designer living in the Boston area with her husband, their three kids and a yellow lab puppy. She started Greco Design Company in 2014 when she realized that her love for design was extending beyond the corporate advertising world and into all areas of her life. She shows us some unique but simple DIY projects, gives some great ideas for home design, provides her outlook on current fashion trends, and loves to do beauty and product reviews. She incorporates her graphic design background through her free printables, paintings, signs, art prints, invitations and stationery on her blog and in her Etsy shop. Lori believes in the importance of surrounding ourselves with good, purposeful design that can help streamline our lives and still be affordable. Her tutorials are easy to follow as she shows how you can make anything you set your mind to!