Friday, May 8, 2009

More, and More Post-It-Note Holders

A local woman's group in the community in which I live asked me to make twelve Post-It-Note Holders for their next meeting. They wanted a 'Nature Theme'. So I made twelve different styles, and I think I used just about every Nature stamp I own. LOL! I've included a picture of each and every one on today's post, but I only showed the inside of one of them. The Holders are reusable. The recipient simply has to glue a new Post-It Pad on when they run out of Notes.

The first Post-It-Note Holder uses images from the new Stampin Up! Set "Forest Friends". I just love the images in this set. They are so sweet and adorable.

My second holder uses images from the retired Stampin Up! set "Touch of ature."

This little birdie is a one dollar stamp from Imaginisce. Isn't he a cutie? The sentiment is from Crafty Secrets 'Bird Notes'.

The Butterly and sentiment from this Holder are from Stampin Up! 'Flight of the Butterfly'.

'Bambi' is also from SU! 'Forest Friends.

And so is my little owl friend.

This sweet garden image of the bird and the water can is from Stampin Up! 'Thoughts of Father'.

The bird with the basket of apples is from retired Stampin Up! 'Feathered Hope'. I put crystal effects on the apples to make them shiny.

'Noble Deer' from Stampin Up! was used for this holder.

These beautiful images are from retired Stampin Up! 'On Gossamer Wings'.

This cute fox is another $1.00 stamp from Imaginisce.

And finally, this beautiful pot of flowers is from Crafty Secrets 'Garden Girls'.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my Post-It-Note Holders today. They really are quick and easy to make. Sorry for the bad photography, but I had to take the photos early in the morning and had that strange 'blue light' thing going on again. Maybe now that's its summer, I'll be able to go outside and take my pictures like a lot of other people do.
I got to spend a good part of the day in the garden yesterday. I would have liked to stay outside and worked longer, but unfortunately I started to feel my body give out on me and so I came inside to start working on my Father's Day cards to sell at my local consignment store. So I will be posting those soon.
Have a great day! I hope its as sunny and beautiful where you live as it is here. God Bless! Amy


  1. These are ALL super fantastic ... they are going to LOVE them. Of course there are going to be fights over who gets which one, lol!!
    I assume you've used your "bind-it" to hold them togeher and are these coasters for the covers??
    So awesome looking ...

  2. Wow! Although I think I may have been able to complete 12 of these at some point in my life (not necessarily all in the same week, or month, or even year :-) I don't think I would have come up with 12 different designs. These are fabulous. What a neat little gift idea. I see that someone got the DCWV spring stack since I recognize many of the papers. I also have a lot of the same stamp sets. Did you make the little covers and bind them or were these pre-made holders and you decorated them?

  3. WOWZA! These are flippin' fabulous! I can't even pick a fave...for each one I was oohing and aahing! ;)

  4. Wow! There are so many and they're ALL so beautifully done. Awesome!

  5. WOW! How fantastic they all are!! Beautiful work and lots of it!

  6. These are awesome Amy! I love the variations and also something for the guys. Have you considered a tutorial?

  7. These are all so cute and what a great gift idea! Please stop by my blog, I have something for you.


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