She found several that she liked but the one she really wanted me to make for her is one she found at Splitcoaststampers. It was a cute card with a variety of mixed papers and a pocket to hold the note. We had fun making them and they turned out really cute. I designed a file that we used so we could cut several at one time to save us from cutting each one by hand. The pictures of the majority of the note cards are below. We actually started putting them in envelopes when I remembered that we hadn't taken pictures of them.
If you would like to use the file we created to make the pocket card using SCAL, you can download it here. We would load one sheet of cardstock onto the mat and cut all four pieces - the pocket, the top half, the bottom half, and the belly strap. If we were only making 4 notecards, we would have used 4 sheets of paper, cut all of the pieces from each sheet. After all 4 sheets were cut, we mixed and matched to make up each notecard. We cut the layer with the small notecard that fit the pocket and one larger base to glue all of the pieces to out of white cardstock.
We used different embellishments I had on hand at the top of each small notecard. We printed Thank you! onto the white cardstock before cutting. I used a scrap sheet of paper to determine where the notecard would be cut after it was printed. If you have cri-kut pens, you could probably do this much easier. I haven't gotten those yet, so I'm still relying on my printer and the template method.
Her first name starts with a J so I cut that from 2 different colors of cardstock I had on hand. One was cut at normal and the other at shadow of 2 in SCAL.
If you have questions on assembly, just leave a comment. I'll try to help in anyway that I can.