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Old 08-24-2005, 06:33 PM   #1
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I hope I do this correctly... A few folks asked me for a template for the modified version of the Notecube holder featured in Papercrafts this issue. I made mine fit a 2.75" sqare notecube from www.stamponthis.com.

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And this is the template (crossing my fingers that this works - my first template and first pdf). EDIT - Fold at 3" from the top and cut off the flaps at 5" from the top. I somehow deleted this from the template.
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Old 08-25-2005, 04:34 AM   #2
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Thank you for posting this. I have a few gifts that I wanted to make plus my family never keeps any pads of paper by the phone and this one would look so pretty sitting on the desk. I can't wait to give it a try! Andrea
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You are so creative and always generous with your help! Thanks so much Sandi!!

One more favor to ask! ;o) I can't open it, and yet I see others have --argh...it's my dated computer! -- can you pm me a copy? Thank you so much!

I really like this holder and althougth I haven't made any memo cubes yet...this is the season to make them!

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Thanks so much!

Couple questions, what's the measurement for the bottom fold? 2.75"? And did you use the whole 8.5 or are the flaps cut off short of that. Thanks!
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Old 08-25-2005, 05:24 PM   #6
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So sorry - the measurements cut off when I converted from .doc to .pdf. The fold is at 3" from the top and the flaps are cut off at 5" from the top.
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I don't know why, but when I click on the link it opens a blank page. Is there any way you can email me the file so I can have the directions on how to make this lovely note cube holder?

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There is also a note cube holder pattern in the October 2005 PaperCrafts magazine.
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I just got 3 cubes for presents and now, I'll have a cute holder for them! You're great!
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Old 08-26-2005, 07:16 PM   #10
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Glad this template is helping - I needed something easier & smaller than the one in Papercrafts. Kathynruss - if your cubes aren't the 2.75" size, you might want to take a piece of printer paper and fold it around the cube to get the approx measurements. Or even better - a piece of "cheap" cardstock.
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Can't open the file. Would you mind sending it to me at [email protected]

Thanks so much for sharing this...
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I can't open the file either, could you email this to me. Thanks ever so much.
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Thanks so much, Sandi. I printed your template and then your two little additional hints and added them to the template. For the above ladies who put their e-mail addresses in the thread, they should read: http://forums.splitcoaststampers.com...914#post990914. For example, if I want to put my e-mail in a thread, I do it like this: kathynrussatserverdotcom. Spammers don't recognize it as an e-mail address without the @ or the "."

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OMG, Kathy had a thought. Stand back! The cubes are hard to find except online and the ones I got from stamponthis.com weren't all that cheap. Only could afford 2 and I wanted about 6. At Viking or Staples, wherever, a pack of 2" square post-its is cheaper. I'm going to get a couple packs, carefully peel the bottom page off about 3 of them, maybe 4, depending on how high the stack gets, carefully line them up and press them together into a cube! Post-it does make cubes, but they're way expensive. With this nifty little holder, it won't show if your stack isn't perfect all around, and it will hold the stacks together better than having them flop around. Way coo-uhl, eh? I'll try not to hurt myself patting myself on the back!
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OMG, Kathy had a thought. Stand back! The cubes are hard to find except online and the ones I got from stamponthis.com weren't all that cheap. Only could afford 2 and I wanted about 6. At Viking or Staples, wherever, a pack of 2" square post-its is cheaper. I'm going to get a couple packs, carefully peel the bottom page off about 3 of them, maybe 4, depending on how high the stack gets, carefully line them up and press them together into a cube! Post-it does make cubes, but they're way expensive. With this nifty little holder, it won't show if your stack isn't perfect all around, and it will hold the stacks together better than having them flop around. Way coo-uhl, eh? I'll try not to hurt myself patting myself on the back!
What an AWESOME idea. So often you can find the post-it type notes at really good prices. I may even check out Costco when I head over there today.
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Thank you too.... the pattern is wonderful and so is your actual completed holder. Thanks for sharing.
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I can't open the template either, if you have a minute would you PM me the attachment? Thanks sooo much, it sounds awesome!
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I am a little confused. The length is 10 3/4 but what is the width of the pattern. Do you score at 1 1/8, 4, 6 7/8, and 9 5/8? Also where is the bottum score measurement. I really wan to make this note holder but I'm just not getting it. I hope someone can help me. PLEASE!
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Lahendry - I just sent a PM. But for anyone else confused, here's what I sent - this is for the main section (not the back insert).

Saw your note on the notecube holder. Unfortunately when I converted to pdf, some of the measurements "disappeared". The paper itself is 10 3/4" x 5". Score the long side at 1 1/8", 4", 6 7/8", and 9 5/8". Score along the short direction at 3". Fold it all inward (valley folds).
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I am also unable to open the template. Could you please send it to me at [email protected]
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Finally posting the fixed instructions! Had issues with attachments, now I can work on my husbands Hp computer.
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Thanks Sandi your creation was already in my favs,wonderful to have the particlers(sp?)! Anyhow THANKS AGAIN!! DONNA
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To all that are looking for cheaper cubes....Check your $1 stores. I found some white cubes at Just a Buck and some Almost Amethyst colored cubes at Big Lots for $1 each...
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i am unable to open the instructions for the memo cube holder, would you mind mailing it to me???? [email protected] thanks a bunch!
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i am unable to open the instructions for the memo cube holder, would you mind mailing it to me???? thanks a bunch!
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