Tuesday, March 22, 2011

free download: rose calling cards

I just sent off a dozen calling cards to my swap partner ftdlynn, based on the new-fangled name cards that swept the Little Town on the Prairie by storm back in the 1800s. I used a vintage rose image (since Laura Ingalls Wilder named her daughter Rose) and lots of pink (since she always wore pink hair ribbons), along with the following quote printed on textured card stock:

"I am beginning to learn that it is the sweet, simple things of life which are the real ones after all."

I also included a few blank cards that have the original Helen Sewell illustration, too, and both sets will make pretty swap cards or gift enclosures.

If you'd like a set for yourself, the template for the blank calling cards may be downloaded here. Just add your name, print them onto cardstock, and trim--you never know when you'll run into a handsome young gent with a pair of matched Morgans!


  1. As a lifelong Laura fan, I just love these. Thanks for making them downloadable!

  2. These are so pretty. Thank you!

  3. Fancy meeting you here! I took part in your Little House Christmas stocking swap and you had emailed me about this one. As it turns out, I just couldn't end up taking part. I love yours though!
    I found you because a mutual follower, http://henscratches.blogspot.com/ , with a brand new blog posted a link to your blog as one of her favorites. Stop by my blog when you have a free moment. Right now I'm having a maple syrup giveaway - the real stuff that we boil down right here from our own maple trees, just like Laura's grandpa did in Little House in the Big Woods! http://laura-asimplehappylife.blogspot.com/

  4. I want to know how to make international calls from multiple registered numbers without using lengthy pin, password and calling cards numbers,easy Call . It would be help full for me.


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