*Magnetic backing (I got mine from the 100 yen store... So any large piece of magnetic backing should do)
*DSP (I used sentimental journey)
*colored cardstock to match the DSP - 2 colors. But I used such little pieces that you could probably use scraps.
*post it notes to match DSP (again, I found these at the 100 yen store. I love the natural look to them.)
*Double sided tape (another 100 yen store find)
*a small stamp (I used the small flower from Delight in life because I didn't have enough room to use my circle punch)
I cut the magnetic backing with my paper cutter *Note- this will KILL your current blade, so if you have an old blade that is already making your cardstock look like you ripped it instead of cut it, then use that. If not, you can cut with scissors)
Then I cut the DSP to fit over the magnet. I found that because the DSP is so thin, I ended up fixing it on crooked, and had to re-cut the magnet. So in the future I will cut the DSP about a quarter of an inch larger.
I then cut the strip of not quite navy and used my snail to fix it across the top and used my snail to fix the flower on top of the strip.
The dimentions are:
3.5X4 for the DSP and magnetic backing
.5 for the not quite navy strip and the post its are 2X3
They are all in inches, but I notice that when you use the inches sign, it garbles it and I didn't want it to come out garbled.