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Art Therapy Notecards
I love cards that you can color in. For me they are always a nice touch to a gift and a small coloring project combined in one. With the use of email, so many people miss the joy of receiving a card in the mail, which I think is very special. Luckily, for me I’m also getting lots of parcels in the mail 🙂
If you would like to send friends and family a card that you have colored in (or they can color themselves) then this would be a lovely start.
Art Therapy has created two formats for this set, that I know of, one is in the blue box (as shown in the video) and the other is in a hot pink box.
The box folds out. On one side are 20 envelopes all stamped with a blue design on the left corner and a bird on the flap of the envelope. Presumably, the hot pink set has the same design but in pink. The envelopes are a cream/buff colour. There is no indication on the box whether the paper used is recycled, but it looks like recycled paper to me.
Inside there are 20 notecards attached with a glue binding. You will need to gently prise them out of the binding. There are 10 different designs on the notecards featuring animals, paisley and a whimsical scene. The notecards feature a different colored background for each design. The first two designs of the cards feature birds amongst leaves, which in the video I mistakenly thought were a cover.
The notecards are blank inside, ready for you to add your message. The back of the card is colored with a small piece of linework
Art Therapy Notecards Video Review
Enjoy the video review of these lovely colorable notecards:
Where to buy Art Therapy Notecards
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Happy coloring x