Monday, 14 April 2014

Hostess Monday at Digital Delights

Good morning 

Welcome to another ‘Hostess Monday' over at Digital Delights.   Today I would like to share with you some Post-it Holders I've made:


Materials Used:
Card
Strong Double Sided Tape/Wet Glue
Post-It notes
School Digital Paper Pack
Images - Party Pencil and Chillin out Bookworm (available from the Digital Delights store)

Tools
Scoring Board
Paper Trimmer
Corner Rounder (optional)

Cut a piece of card measuring 20cm x 8.5cm.  With the longest edge at the top score at 8.5 cm, 9.5cm & 10.5 cm.  Fold the card at the middle fold line and make two snips up to the next score line.  Hold the card on the score line and open out and fold in the opposite direction.  Push out the small section which you have just snipped.  The bottom, which will hold the post-it note will be longer.  Add tape onto the fold closest to where the post-it note goes and stick down.  I've rounded the corners, but this is optional.  You should end up with something like this.  

To decorate the front I took a piece of patterned paper measuring 7.5cm x 7.5cm and rounded two of the corners, then layer onto card which measured 8cm by 8cm.  I then took the image and layered onto card and placed on top of the patterned paper.  


Add the panel to the front and take a pack of post-it notes and stick this onto the back panel.

 

I hope you found this project enjoyable and inspiring. They are very quick to make and can be sweet little gifts for teachers or your children’s friends.  

Enjoy your Monday


4 comments:

  1. These are just fab and would make great gifts. Hugs, Claire x

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  2. These are just fab, love them!
    Helen x

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  3. Hi Deborah what a fab project they are lovely and perfect for presents! Thank you so much for your kind comments they certainly kept me going! Susan xx

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  4. A fantastic project and great gift! The little pencil holder slot is a clever touch :-)
    Hugs, Kat x

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