I have 2 dear friends to thank for the inspiration on this Post It Note Holder. First, my friend Diane "No. 1. Card Creator", Diane is one of my friends that will leave me a morning email filled with giggles and smiles. And every once in a while I will get a wonderful inspiration package from her, bits and pieces of paper, fun things that you did not even know until you received them that they were a must have on your table and glorious cut outs. One of those packages was received this week and enclosed was a blank Anna Griffin Card, normally used as a Wedding invite, it just fascinated me and I started playing with it and then went to design studio and starting playing, the Post It Note Holder is the outcome, it was created with Design Studio and Sentimentals. It's over all size is 4 1/4" X 4".
This is the holder laid out flat, so you are seeing the two cover panels and the back panel.
Second, my friend Regina, oh you know her, she is the founder of Bitten By the Bug and The Cutting Cafe. What glorious creations she comes up with. I was roaming on her site and found the calendars, now I had seen them previously but it was during one of my insane periods and I did not really explore the set, but I did this week and just could not resist. So I took sheets from the 4X4 PINs and printed out the small circle calendar on different colors (if you are going to do this be sure that you position the post it note so that the calendar prints at the top where the sticky is, then punch it out with a 1 3/8" circle punch. Line them up 6 on each side, after the
month is finished you can throw it away or leave it there for reference.
These mini calendars are great to use as reference when you are making lists for birthdays, next holidays (heaven forbid in Feb, lol) you get the idea. The front fasteners were created using a pony tail tie and a brad (added a gem to the brad).
Background papers on this piece are from BasicGrey and My Mind's Eye. The swirls on the front are from Cricut Cartridge Sentimentals. All coloring was done with the Copic Markers and Copic Airbrush System. Happy Thursday, Hugs, Sandi