Tutorial: Sticky Note Holders
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These sticky note holders and attached pens make great stocking fillers, or bag them up to sell at craft fayres or charity events – a great way to use up you leftover toppers and patterned papers!
Step 1: Cut a piece of Core’dinations card or double sided cardstock to 7 3/8 x 3 ¼ inches. Along the long side – score at 3 1/8, 3 ½ and 3 7/8. Fold on the middle score line, roughly find the centre and make two cuts to the outer score lines – making a one inch wide section. This will make the holder for your pen.
Step 2: Lay your cardstock flat and where the three score lines run vertically, place two small pieces of red line tap between the 3 ½ and 3 7/8 measures. DO NOT put tape all the way down or you will seal up your pen holder!
Step 3: Take the backing off the tape, fold the cardstock over and adhere the scored section to the back cover.
Step 4: When you look at your sticky note holder from the outside, the pen holder section will stand proud.
Step 5: Adhere a sticky note pad to the back cover, add a small gel pen (Available in local discount stores very cheaply) and decorate.
I used leftover toppers and patterned card from The Snowman collection.
And from Moonbeam Meadow as well.
Step 6: For a professional finish, pop into 6×4 cello bags and label ready to sell or give to charity.