It's a new week! Thank you for all of the kind comments on last week's projects. I have so many things in the works and can't wait to share, but I must!
This sticky note folder was inspired by Connie Babbert. Cut a 3-1/2" x 11" piece of card stock. Score at 5-1/4", 5-1/2" and 5-3/4". Emboss on front side. Fold in half and punch holes for a handle. I used the Word Window punch. Then I put the sticky pad in using a piece of Sticky Strip. I added small piece of adhesive-backed Velcro just above one side of the window punch so I could tie a bow onto the FRONT piece only. This allows you to open the holder without untying the bow. There are SO many ways you can decorate this holder. You could make it any size you wish, also.
I hope you enjoy looking at my project. I LOVE your comments! You are all so sweet.
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Sticky Note Holder Supplies:
Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Basic Black
Designer Series Paper: Retired Christmas Print from a Retired Kit 2011
Stamps: P.S. I Love You (retired)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Big Shot: Labels Collection Framelits
Punches: Large Heart
Embellishments: Large and Basic Rhinestones, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon
Miscellaneous products: Sticky Note Pad, Self-Adhesive Velcro
Love it Patti....the velcro is a neat idea. Love the colors of the papers and ribbon and who wouldn't love the bling! Great job and thank you so much for sharing.
A-dorable, Patti! This has to be one of the cutest designs I have seen!
Hi Patti, My hostesses always love Post it holders. I love this idea! Pxx
This is just supercute! Thanks for posting the details--I think this will make some very quickly-made and adorable Survivor gifts for Relay for Life! Always love your projects!
I'm on a post it note quest as of late. Just made a whole bunch for my co-workers ... was looking for one for myself for St. Patty's Day/March ... this is just adorable! Thanks for sharing!
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