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November 25, 2011

Stocking Stuffers: Post-it Note holders

I am so happy to be spending the day with Pam at BugBytes once again. It is
so much fun to be with friends at the holidays, but it is also fun to make little gifts for
them as well. And these Post-it Note holders are so much fun -- and so easy to complete.
Everyone will get one!
But, first, I have to thank Poppy Hill Designs for her fantastic idea...
And now to my "spin" on it!

Oops! I almost forgot! Be sure to add the Post-it Notes to the inside of the holder. 
Align the bottom (un-stuck) edge to the edge of the holder opposite the pen. 

I hope you have enjoyed our visit today! I most definitely have. 


mfc.melissamade2 said...

Love it Nonna!! Thanks for sharing. I love your embossing and your sweet design! Great tutorial!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Such a wonderful idea. Your tutorial was great. TFS

Kelly said...

I love making these. They're lots of fun and so handy to have in your bag x

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your video!
It was very easy to follow.
Have a terrific weekend!
DMcardmaker (email follower)

Unknown said...

These are so fun to make and receive!!

Audrey Frelx said...

These are adorable and will make the cutest gifts, Nonna!

LisaB said...

I made these last year for my co-workers they were a big hit!!! Thanks for sharing

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