Today I’m sharing with you this Post it Note Holder using Gerda Steiner Designs Hello Spring Stamp set. This is going to be my kids teacher’s Easter gifts, part of it anyway. I made the board for the post it notes using chipboard. I cut the chipboard measuring 4″x4″ and also cut out a design paper the same size. I adhered the design paper to the chipboard using Yes Paste. Yes paste is a very thick glue that has a paste consistency which is really good for altering book’s, scrapping, and all sorts of things. It’s a very strong adhesive that doesn’t crinkle up the paper and it sticks very nicely. After adhering the design paper, I used the WRMK Corner chomper and I used the 1/2″ side to round all 4 corners of the chipboard piece. I also cut a small strip of the same design paper in 1 1/4″x 1 3/4″ to cover the binder clip to match the chipboard and I used score tape for this as well.
After all the preparations are done, now comes the fun part. From the Hello Spring stamp set, I’m using the adorable bunny, one of the flower, and the grass. I stamped out the bunny first and I cut out a mask for it using the 3M Post it Notes. I stamped the bunny on the bottom right corner of the post it note and placed the mask on top. Then I stamped the flower in the bunny’s hand and when I take the mask off, it’ll look like he’s holding it. I also stamped the grass by the bunny’s feet and all across the post it note. I colored all the images using my Prismacolor Premier pencils and blended it using gambol and a blending stump. After coloring all the images, I put scor tape on the back of the post it note and attached it to the chipboard we made. I attached the clip on top of the board and the post it and tied a ribbon on the clip. This finishes my project for today and all the Supplies I used are listed below for your convenience. For a Full tutorial on how I made this Post it Note Holder, Please check out my Youtube channel. Thank you so much for visiting and Please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks so much, Mahalo
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