Sunday, August 10, 2014

Double Sided Post-It Holder

Yesterday was a odd day, I overslept and felt like I was behind all day so I spent the day watching TCM and taking my time playing with making this post-it holder. They are very easy to make and really don't take any time at all, I was just in slow motion all day.

I used double sided paper, the pocket with the flowers on is the flip side of the paper I made the easel section out of, the, "Mom" side matches the easel paper.

I also used some of the metal flowers I had leftover from my previous project, added some sequins and cut out, "Mom" with my Cuttlebug alphabet dies and embossed them with an argyle folder.

All you need to do to make one of these is:

Cut easel: 9 1/2" x 3 1/8".
Score at: 1/2", 1 1/2", 2 1/2", 6".

Cut pocket or pockets: 5" x 4 1/8".
Score on 5" side at: 2 1/4" and 2 3/4", then turn and score on 4 1/8" side at: 1/2" and 2 3/4".
cut out small sections where score lines cross. Then fold on score lines and assemble.
Cut 1 or 2 (depending on if it's single or double sided) to measure a 1/2" small all the way around than the finished pocket. Decorate this panel and attach to pocket section.

Entering into these challanges:


  1. It turned out cute. Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,

  2. I could use one of these at each of my student's groups! Super fun with all the gems.

  3. A perfect project for our sparkle challenge, Sue! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  4. very clever love this idea just wonderful
    hugs Kate x


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