We made some cute Post-It note holders at class last week so I used the design for my Dynamic Duos Black Tie Challenge # 90 this week with the bright and cheery Daffodil Delight.
It is so simple to make- just take a 4″ X 10 1/2″ piece of card stock and score at 2 3/4″ and 5 1/4″ on the long side. Fold on the score lines into each other to create an easel. Decorate a 4″ by 5 1/4″ rectangle that will adhere to the 2 3/4″ portion that sits up against the Post-It note pad. Make sure you put your adhesive on the 2 3/4″ piece not on the decorated panel when you adhere them to each other. That way you won’t have any stray adhesive showing on the back of the panel;)
I used the SU Fun Flowers Bigz die along with and the SU Bitty Butterfly and Elegant Butterfly to decorate my panel. The striped paper is from SU Gingham Garden and the Polka Dots from SU Polka Dot Parade. I used a stamp from Everyday Messages by Stampendous.
Very very COOL!!!
What a fun and useful idea! I might be better at writing down notes if I had this to look at each time. Great job!!
Oh Cindy, this is so pretty. I would love to have something like this for my notes. Great job.
This is adorable! Will have to make these sometime at a future workshop or club! Thanks for the inspirational creation! 🙂
Love this note card holder! The colors look fantastic and the idea is wonderful for all kinds of occasions 🙂
Fabulous, Cindy!!! This would make a wonderful gift!
Another beautiful project, Cindy! 🙂 B
Awesome project!! Thanks for providing instructions. I really love this 🙂
Such a cute and practical little gift! Love the free-standing easel aspect. Is the pen-holder a separate piece of card-stock?
Also wanted to say “congrats” to you son! That is quite the accomplishment. You must be a very proud momma.
Love this project, Cindy! The beautiful flower & matching butterfly give such a neat look! Thanks for giving the instructions as I’d love to try it.
I found your post on pintrest and oh my I just love this oh so cute post it note holder!!! Fantastic job!!!
Diana, I am glad you enjoyed it. I saw it somewhere and adapted it, too. Love the inspiration out there! Thanks for stopping by and leaving your kind comment:)