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Old 10-05-2008, 04:11 AM   #1  
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Hi.

Does anyone know if there are directions for post it note holders on this website?

There pictures of made up ones, but I didn't seem to be able to find a tutorial.

I thought they might be good for Christmas presents.
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Old 10-05-2008, 05:39 AM   #2  
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I don't see one under projects. You can probably pm someone that made one you like alot.
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There are many blog tutorials for these note holders. Here are a few links to get you started:

SCS tutorial for acrylic Post-It note holder:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...noteholder.php

Square note holder with scalloped edges:
http://cardinspired.com/PostitNoteHolder1.html

Holder made from covered 4x4" coasters:
http://andreawalford.com/?page_id=138

Post-It note book cover:
http://www.ustamp4fun.com/ProjectGallery/postitbook.htm


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...Does anyone know if there are directions for post it note holders on this website?

There pictures of made up ones, but I didn't seem to be able to find a tutorial....
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Old 10-05-2008, 07:22 AM   #4  
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Wow! Thanks for all of the great links!
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subscribing ... been wondering about these too

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If you search on ebay for "die cut post-it note holders", you'll see a bunch made from cardstock that are cut and ready to embellish. You could use them for a template...this link is what I am talking about.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Sticky-Post-It-N...QQcmdZViewItem

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Emma F recently posted this in the gallery. I have seen this before with the pen attached and think it's adorable. There is a link to her blog with tutorial.

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...note%20w%20pen
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There is an actual video tutorial on a webisode by the Terri O show. I can't post the link, but if you google the site and look in her archives you can see how to make them. Then you can print out materials and instructions. They make great gifts. I have made a lot of them and my kids have too.
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I don't recall where I got it but I have a pattern for "Pretty Post-It-Notes".
It calls for one 4 x 7 1/2" cover, two pcs. of 3 1/8 x 3 1/4 for the inside, one 3/8 x 3 1/4 spine and one inside cover measuring 3 x 6 1/2. You would want your cover to be a pretty pattern and the inside can coordinate with it. It's just a matter of gluing the spine and 2 pcs on the inside leaving a slight gap for folding. Once you have glued those down you would adhere the inside cover to hide the folds. When everything is dry you can glue the last page of your Post It note to the back cover and you're done. I made 75 for my daughters wedding and everyone loved them. I have the template but don't know how to attach it to this note.
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Angie Juda has video tutorials on her blog for creating post-it notes

here is the link to her blog
http://www.chicnscratch.typepad.com/
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Here's a thread with a pattern a few posts down... it's the one I use.
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ad.php?t=45520

Here's one i made using this format. i used the word window punch to punch a handle:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=89058
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Angie Juda has video tutorials on her blog for creating post-it notes

here is the link to her blog
http://www.chicnscratch.typepad.com/
I have made quite a few from Angie's tutorial. They come out very nice and are quite sturdy. I want to do some Halloween ones, I just haven't gotten to it yet.

Here are two links to a quick and easy one:

http://danniesdesigns.typepad.com/my...sing_coasters/

http://dawnsstampingthoughts.typepad...8/so-cute
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Thanks for sharing these great ideas! I think that a little gift bag with a personalized pen, a fancy post-it note holder and a baggie of chocolates would make an awesome teacher Christmas gift!

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Thx for all the great ideas!
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Wow these look like great gifts! Thanks for the ideas!
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Here's one that I've done. It's not real fancy, but it's cute IMHO

http://thesmartstamper.blogspot.com/...it-holder
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these make great teacher gifts!
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I just made several and sold them at my craft show Saturday. I used pieces from the DCWV Chipboard Stacks and put them together with my Bind-It-All. (and decorated!) Sorry, but the pix aren't up on my blog yet.

It's interesting because one of the gals said she was glad to see me doing them that way this year. Last year her friend got her one of mine out of cardstock, and she said these were "better because they'll hold up longer."

They were REALLY easy the way I did them this year!!!
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Just a little FYI: The pix are up on my blog now...

http://thesmilinstamper.blogspot.com...rd-stacks.html

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Subscribing, I want to check all these out, TFS!
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Diane, your BIA ones are cute! Is it just the covers that are punched and bound or did you punch the pad of notes, too?
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Oh, and post-it-note books in general are always a hit. I used to make the book kind (the ones referenced above that use a 7-1/2" of cardstock to make the jacket) for craftfairs and always sold out. Also did sets of these paired with junior legal pad covers that matched. Once you get in the groove, they work up so quickly, they make a perfect high-volume project.

This year I loved the little ones with the pen on the side, so I just purchased one of the ones in $1 bin at Michael's and took it apart to make my own pattern. Lots of times if you can't find a pattern to download, it's quick and easy enough to take something apart and "reverse engineer" it, lol!
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The pattern I used was similar to a matchbook. I got the directions from Joanna (J_Belanger). I'd post the directions, but let me ask her first
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OK, I PMed Joanna and she said I could post the directions

Cut cardstock 10" x 3.25"
Score on the right side at 1"
Turn the paper around and score at 4" and 4.5"
Staple the bottom (under the ribbon) 2 places
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I didn't use any instruction for making my Post it holders.

I just measure Some paper over the Post it note paper and then added a little bit for the cover.

Here are the ones I made:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=33618


The Blue one is the first one I made. I added the Ribbon and Keychain ring. And attached the ribbon with Mono Multi Glue (green & white bottle) and then added a keychain ring with a brad.
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Here are two of mine using discounted Post-It style notepads that I got for 50 at Michael's. The pads were 3" square and had black & white patterns on the edges.

My Bombshell/Crayon Resist Post-It Note pads.

The tutorial is at PCP's Bombshell Group and/or my blog.

Post-it Note books are fun and easy to make. Once you make one, you can make a bunch of them.

I like to add a little loop for a pencil and a magnet to the back so it can be hung on the fridge.
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Brigett Owens has a very user friendly tutorial here If you follow the Scrapbitz blog hop, you will find several different ways to make this post-it note holder!

Some fabulous ideas!
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Does anyone use something other than a golf pencil in their post-it note holders? I am having trouble finding mini pens.

Thanks!
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I often see mini gel pens in the Target Dollar Spot--last time they were sold, they were in packs of 12 for a buck.
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There are mini RSVP pens. I have gotten them in Staples.
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