In our crafting course today we are covering a really mini post-it note pad. Doesn’t it look so cute! This fits neatly into our box that we made in Part 2. I have used the curvy corner punch to add that beautiful little detail on the corners. I have added small Velcro dots as a closure and finished it off with one of the Metal Rimmed Pearls. You get 24 of these lovely embellishments which come in a small pot, so you could add them to so many projects.
I have also added a few magnetic bookmarks and gift card envelopes to my boxes. They can be given as gifts included inside your cards! Details of how to make these are posted in my recent blogs and videos so why not check them out!
You could give a box set like this to any friend or relative.
My video follows to show you how quick and simple they are to make.
Stampin’ Up Demonstrator
Stampin’ Up products used and showcased:
Pretty Petals Designers Series Paper – 6 x 2″ (15.2 x 5.1)
score on the long side at 3/4″, 1 3/4″, 2 1/8″ 3 5/8″, 4, 5 1/4″ (1.9, 4.5, 5.4, 9.2, 10.2, 13.4 cms)
Hook and loop Velcro dots (13mm) available from Amazon.
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