Welcome to my first ‘Project for the Weekend’!  Every Saturday morning I will be posting a project that you can easily make in a short amount of time, without needing any special tools – perfect for a little weekend papercrafting fix!

You will just need the basics like a paper trimmer, adhesives & cardstock – and I will show you how to make an item which you can then decorate however you choose – I will explain how I decorated mine in case you want to copy some elements of it, and I will also include the FREE Tutorial that you can save to your computer or print out for future reference.

These will mostly be quick, easy & seasonal projects, so that you can make them in a very short amount of time & use them in the real world at the right time, without having to shop for supplies beforehand, making them very doable & usable!

Here is my first Project for the Weekend…it’s a Post It Note Holder complete with pen slot that will be perfect for little Teacher Thanksgiving gifties!

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You will find a link to the printable/downloadable Tutorial showing you how to make this project below – look for the red text!

Oh my gosh I loved making this – super cute and super easy and so rewarding because look at the end result – a beautiful little gift that you can give it as is, or you could pop it into a cello bag with a topper…if this were on my desk, it would make me smile very time I looked at it!

This really is easy to make – doesn’t look like it, right?  But it is – I promise!  All you need to make the base is ONE small piece of cardstock and you make THREE score lines – then you make just TWO little cuts with scissors to make the pen holder slot, a bit of adhesive tape to stick it in place and that is it – seriously quick & easy!

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You stick down a pad of 3″ x 3″ sized Sticky Notes inside and then you get to decorate – always my favorite part!  You could stamp a sentiment on the inside cover or pop a white piece of cardstock in there so that you can write a presonal note – I left mine simple, with only the pretty paper, because I LOVE that paper!

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What did I use to create mine?  I used Soft Suede cardstock for the base and that patterned paper is from Petals & Paisleys DSP (142017) – I made the white stitched stamped panel using a die from Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies (145372) and the twine I wrapped around it is Linen Thread (104199)…

That cute wintery fox stamp is from the set Cozy Critters – it’s a Host set which means that you can’t purchase it, BUT you can choose it for free when you place an order for $150+ – click HERE to find out more.  I stamped his body in Soft Suede ink and the scarf in Mint Macaron – I stamped that scarf separately, them cut it out with scissors & glued it in place.

The ‘Thankful’ stamp is from the set Acorny Thank You (139718) and I cut it out using scissors and added it over the thread using Dimensional to make it pop.

WANT MY FREE STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL FOR THIS POST IT NOTE HOLDER?  Click HERE to find it – then you can download it or print it out to keep for easy reference!

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Here are the supplies I used to make this card – click on any of the products below to find them in my Stampin’ Up! online store:

Simply Scored

Price: $30.00

Linen Thread

Price: $4.50

Snail Adhesive

Price: $7.00

Thanks for stopping by – I hope you enjoy making this cute project & have a wonderful weekend!

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3 thoughts on “A Project for the Weekend…a cute Post It Notes Holder featuring Cozy Critters…

  • November 6, 2016 at 5:44 am
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    GOOOOD

  • November 7, 2016 at 10:12 am
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    Thanks so much Sarah! I am looking forward to your Weekend Projects…..just perfect at this busy time of year!
    June in KS

  • November 9, 2016 at 6:08 am
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    Thank you so much for sharing with us. The little fox is so cute!

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