Friday, December 10, 2010

Clear Stamp Case Note Pad Holders

Angie Juda, a Stampin' Up demonstrator, has these on her blog.

Making note pads is one of my favorite things to do with paper so I had to whip out some of these to take to our card making session tomorrow.

She has specific instructions in her video.  You can make one out of a single sheet of double sided paper and it's super quick to do.  It took some time to find a pen that would fit inside the case.  Okie and I were in Staples and she noticed a pack of mini-gel pens that fit perfectly across the top of the note pad.  There are 12 in the package and were about $6.00.

Of the ones I did today, the bright colored ones are my favorites.  I haven't decided yet what I'll put on the outside of the ones without names on them.

The first one, with Donna's name on it, I made following Angie's instructions.  After the first one, I decided to adhere the two pieces together before I inserted them into the stamp case sleeve.  I also put "Kay" inside the sleeve rather than on the outer plastic.  Lyrical Letters was used for the names.

Inside and embellished note pad

Inside and embellished note pad


Stampin' Up clear stamp case 
1 sheet 12 x 12 double sided paper
note pad- 5 x 6.75"    ***they come in 5 x 8" size at Staples and they will cut them to 6.75" for you***

paper scraps for embellishements

Be sure to watch Angie's video tutorial for all the instructions.


Mary said...

Those are so cute! Great gift idea, too!

ysd_54 said...

First post :-) I Love it!!! Thanks for sharing, I guess I have to rder more of these. Since I do have some on hand, this is a great gift for teachers.

Linda said...

These are great and can be made in less than 10 minutes!

I've gotten a stack of them done to have on hand.