Sunday, November 19, 2017

Spellbinders Note Holder - Craft Hoarders Anonymous Hop

Hello Friends! Welcome to the November Craft Hoarders Anonymous Hop! You should be coming to my blog from Wendy's BlogAfter visiting me, hop over to Jacquie's Blog next. To start at the beginning of the hop, and for the full list of Bloggers, go to Gloria's Blog
Today I would like to show you how to make this Post-it Note Holder I designed for Spellbinders. It was designed to fit a 3” x 3” standard pad. This is one of the die sets from my Timeless Heart Collection.
Leave a comment below for a chance to win Spellbinders Rolled Flowers Die Set.










Instructions:

1. Using Spellbinders Note Holder S5-319 die set, die cut note holder base from designer cardstock.



2. Fold at embossed lines and apply tape to tab.


3. Die cut front and back panels from designer cardstock.


4. Assemble note holder and adhere front and back panels.


5. Die cut flowers and leaf vines using die set from designer cardstock. Shape and color with distress inks. 


6. Adhere flowers and leaf vines to front panel.





7. Insert Post-it note pad in pocket or cut several 3” x 3” pieces of paper.






Here is another Note Holder picture created with different colors for any occasion:



Prize!!!
Be sure to leave a comment below for a chance to win one of my die sets called Rolled Flowers S4-797 from my Timeless Heart Collection by Spellbinders. The Rolled Flowers are so easy to make, with just one die cut you get the stamens, flower petals and leaves! See pictures below.
I will be announcing the winner of this die set on Tuesday, November 28th. Good luck!!


For a tutorial on how to make the Rolled Flowers pictured below go HERE




Spellbinders Supplies:

Other Supplies:

Post-it Notes 3” x 3” Pads, Maja Design - I wish and Home For The Holidays Paper Collections, Ranger Distress Inks, Nuvo Crystal Drops – Ivory Seashell, Tape.

Here is the list of the ladies participating in the Hop:



Thanks for visiting! Hugs!

Marisa



41 comments:

  1. These are wonderful, Marisa! Such a pretty way to display post-it during the holiday season!

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  2. Fabulous Marisa, love making Gift Card Holders and this especially beautiful! Love your flowers, they are lovely!

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  3. Marisa, you are so clever and I love your new die!! I really want it right away so as to make them for gifts! Your projects are GORGEOUS!!!!

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  4. One thing for sure ...I have to have those die cuts! Loved them ...thanks for sharing!

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  5. What wonderful Post-It note holders you have created. All are so very gorgeous and would look so lovely on one's work surface and be so very handy too. That Spellbinder die looks awesome as well. It sure makes lovely flowers.

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  6. What a great gift idea!!! Beautifully created!!!

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  7. What a cute project I love this I am going to have to buy this die and try this one out. Your rolled flowers are beautiful-I have tried making them but they don't come out this nice.

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  8. WOW! This is so pretty! Love the colors, and the vintage look. Great project idea, and fantastic job! I pinned it for inspiration :)

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  9. What an awesome idea this is! And a great gift idea, too. At first, I
    thought they were napkin holders (which is another great gift idea!).
    Love the gorgeous, vintage papers you used.

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  10. Such a beautiful project and your flowers are amazing
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  11. Love these post-it note holders!

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  12. such a pretty project!!! LOVE the fun details and vintage look

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  13. I just love these cute little post it holders and always keep some on post-its on hand. The Graphic 45 papers make these holders look so festive and beautiful.

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  14. I love to make post-it holders but have never seen a die for that. These vintage Christmas holders are so beautiful and the springtime floral one is exquisite! So many possibilities!

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  15. These are so pretty! I totally love the vintage look ! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win a great prize!

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  16. I recently bought this die set so was pleased to see your tutorial on how to make it. Haven't seen any 3x3 notepads so think I will have to die cut some paper. Thank you for all your ideas.

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  17. Oh Marisa, you are soooo clever!! I adore this new set, so useful as it will also make for some brilliant gifts. I adore the two samples you made! The die has jumped straight to the top of my wishlist!

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  18. I just love this note holder - and using the die as a guide, a larger one would make the PERFECT Christmas card holder!

    Your flowers are amazing - and I appreciate the opportunity to win your die. I'm sure those flowers would be a great asset and addition to my own projects.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Wow - I love this!! Thanks for sharing your instructions too!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!!

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  20. Classic. Beautiful. Great paper choice-I just discovered Maja a few months ago. I like the pink version that you designed, too. Great style!

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  21. These are fabulous. I like the papers you used and the dies.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  22. What a beautiful holder. That would look great on anyone's desk. Thanks for the idea.

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  23. Love your note holder, so pretty! It looks like it would be a wonderful gift, thanks for sharing. Your flowers are so pretty! Thanks for sharing this wonderful Hop!
    Kim

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  24. I love these note holders. Great Christmas gifts for e.g. teachers. Tfs

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  25. I need to make some table gifts for a gathered. Cute idea.

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  26. Hello Marisa

    That's another stocking filler idea, just need to find the note pad before I start so it fits!!

    Thanks for the great idea.

    Crafty Hugs
    Heather xx

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  27. Wow, this is so great. I placed a good sized Spellbinders order this morning and one last week. I didn’t see this die. Guess I will have to shop again.

    Love what you did with it.

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  28. Thank You, enjoyable read as always. I would love to make this note holder for recipe cards, notes, and lots of other things. thank You for the oportunity to win it.

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  29. I love the post it note holder! This will make this so much easier to create these little gifts! And your flowers are just the perfect accent for this project!

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  30. Wow these are absolutely gorgeous - I never would have imagined that die could make these! I love it.

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  31. Wow. these are the best dies I've really liked in a while. You outdid yourself in the samples. They are gorgeous.I would love to be a winner of this set.

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  32. It's lovely , and a cute for a gift.- Thank you for the tutorial

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  33. Oh my Marisa, your notepad holders are absolutely gorgeous. They would be excellent stocking gifts for everyone. Living in Florida a few months and crafting with friends, florida address makes shipping easy....
    Would love to make some of these notepad holders with friends.

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  34. Such a nice and clean presentation! Both are so beautiful holders, perfect for gifting for this coming new year! You gave me an idea! Would love to win this set!

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  35. Love the post it note holders. Would make great stocking stuffers for adults with offices. Prize looks amazing as well! Would love it! Happy Holidays!!!!

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  36. Awesome gift for co-workers or in my case former co-workers as I am retired. Thanks for thebinstructions

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  37. This is so pretty! Love the paper!

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  38. Gorgeous post it holders! Love your beautiful paper choices!

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