Post It Note Holder

My ladies in my monthly club class enjoyed making this desk-top Post It Note Holder earlier in April.  I saw this idea on Pinterest (I think) and here’s the website (I found it!).   But I used the online tutorial and it turned out amazingly quick and easy.  The pocket for the Post Its is created with two of the Scalloped Envelopes and the easel stand is a rectangle.  It comes together nicely thanks to the Big Shot and Designer Series Papers.

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Here are the items you will need:

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You need a rectangle that measure 3 1/8″ x 9 1/2″.  You will need to score your rectangle at 3 1/2″, 7″, 8″, and 9″.

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Fold it up and form a “tent” as shown below.  Attach the 1/2″ flap at the bottom with Sticky Strip.

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Attach 2 flaps (cut out of DSP) to the envelopes.

Attach the two envelopes together with Sticky Strip.  Match the bottom, and then do the sides.

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Attach the Post It Note Pocket to the easel, and there you go!

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If you need more precise directions, I can email them to you.  Please feel free to ask me!

Special Note:  I made new Tile Samples tonight.  I plan on photographing them tomorrow and offering a class to make them on Saturday, May 11th.  Many of you came when we made Hand-Stamped Tiles a couple of years ago.  The cost is $5 per tile, and you can make up to 5 of them.  This price include the tile, ribbon, ink, and embossing powder.   You can use my stamps, or bring your own if you have something particular in mind.  Details to follow this week.  Here is one from last time to jog your memory!  And by the way, these CROSSES are on the Retired List…….you might want to order them in May.

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