Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Tutorial for Sticky Note Holder and Glitter Pen!

What you need:
P K Glitz Sticky Paper
P K Glitz Glitter Glitz
Double-Sided Cardstock
Pen with clear barrel (I use Pentel RSVP)
Two brads
Straight Pen
String - Approx 2 1/2-3"
Sticky Notes (2 7/8” x 2 7/8”)

Sticky Note Holder:
Cut cardstock to 3 1/4 x 7 3/4 and score at 3 1/8" and then again at 3 1/2". Move your second score line to 3 1/8" mark and score. Then move that same second score line again to 3 1/2" and create the last score. Fold on the score marks. Push a small hole (I use a straight pen to create mine) in the center of the front flap and add another small hole about a half inch under it.

With your string, make a slipknot and place it around one of the brads. Cut off the excess string from the knot so it will not show under the head of the brad. Place this brad in the top flap hole. Put the other brad in the remaining hole. Put the Post-It Notes in the holder and wrap the string around the brads.

Cut P K Sticky Paper to 3 1/2" x 3/4". Pull off the top layer to reveal the sticky and shake your P K Glitter Glitz to cover the piece. 
Shake off excess glitter.  Place glue on the underneath (non-glittered) long sides of the paper.
Take the pen out of the barrel and wrap the paper tightly around.
Place back in barrel and enjoy!


Maureen Reiss said...

Thanks for sharing instructions. These are great!! Would make great teachers gifts.

Cokie Pop Paper Boutique said...

What a great gift idea! Will have to make some while I'm off this summer. Thanks for the tutorial!

CraftyGirl said...

This is adorable!! And easy enough to make that even I might be able to do it!! Great gift idea... thanks for including the directions!
Barb :)

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [25 May 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Noreen Smith said...

Great idea! Thanks!

Tracy said...

This is so cute. What a neat set to keep in your purse or in your vehicle.

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Leslie Lim said...

Those look interesting. Keep posting.


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