Saturday, June 6, 2009

Post it note holder

This was made for the Magnolia-licious DT blog hop. Over at Magnolia-licious Highlites the DT got together and set up a blog hop. Everyone made post it note holders and encouraged us to do the same. You really have to check it out. Go over and follow the links and submit yours, you have a chance to win some of the DT creations as well as three Magnolia stamps from Diane Crick at Magnolia Stamps US.

I used the pattern by following the link and made my own creation. It is not as fabulous as the DT's but I took a shot. I also made a card to hold my post it note holder -- not sure what you would call it, maybe something like the post it note holder for the post it note holder??? LOL!
I made two post it note holders for the box that holds the holders using DT papers. I'm not sure what ones these are but there are several that coordinate very well together. I think I got them from LTD Commodities or Oriental Trading Company.
For the note holder I added the word Notes in green and lavendar. I also cut some flowers from the patterned paper and mounted them on the outside. I added a ribbon for Tilda and set her up so she is above the top of the box. I used two different patterened papers for the note holders.

Now, for the twist. I started to make a card to accompany the post it note holder and decided that I wanted something a little more special so I decided to make a card 'box' to hold the post it note holder. I made a pocket for the note holder to sit in and made the card to fit it.


Lisa T said...

Wow, what a terrific job! Love the colors, love the holder you made for your holder. :-) Very clever!

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh how CUTE is this!!! I love the colors you used and your coloring looks great! Your card is FABULOUS! I love the idea! Very creative! Thanks for playing along and good luck!!

scrappyandpiggy said...

Awesome job Stephanie! I just finished mine and it isn't anywhere near that cute.

Jacque said...

Stephanie, what an absolutely wonderful set!!! It is just precious...colors are marvelous and your idea is so clever and stunning...Thank you so much for joining in with us...Hugs..Jacque

Candy said...

Absolutely DELIGHTFUL!!!!!
Love that you used so many images. Love your paper choices. Just so lovely!
Hugs Candy

Mrs Adept said...

Wow - what a great project you ended up with. TFS.

Bridgett said...

What a wonderful gift set! I love it!! You rocked out my tutorial for sure! I love it!
Bridgett Owens

cabio's craft corner said...

Wow, I can see that you really enjoy making these items. Very very pretty!

Nancy said...

Wow...your set is just fabulous! You did such a great job I love every thing about it and your box card awesome!

ittybittyinkspotstoo said...

This is WONDERFUL!! I love everything! Love the colors and your Tilda's!!
WOW Great job!

Cheryl said...

Wow! Your project is fantastic! I love the papers, your design and expert coloring! Just wonderful!

Handmade by Vivi said...

OMG!! you project is awesome!
You did such a great job!

Suzy said...

Oh wow I love your twist on the box what a stunning gift this will make for someone! Beautiful work!


Anonymous said...

super sweet Tilda's and wonderful coloring! Such a creative spin for the box too!
Pam Going Postal

Suzanne J Dean said...

Fabulously cute & wonderful! Love all the Tildas you've used, colored so nicely & love the color combo! I adore the card box you made for them all, how clever is that! Thanks for joining in the challenge!


Linda S. said...

Wow, it is obvious that you love working with Magnolias. Very nice work. If I am following your description correctly, it kind of looks like you have created a "Notebook for Your Note Holder". Close? Very clever.
Linda S. in NE

peggysue said...

This is a terrific little set, you rocked this challenge.

Barb Hardeman said...

Oh my! This is just too darned cute!!! What a fabulous set you made. I love your little Tilda sitting on the ribbon of your box, just sitting up there all cute. Wonderful coloring, great gift set...

Laurel said...

Adorable project!! Just love your color combinations!! Hugs

Debbie F said...

Your card set is fantastic, great colours and your card to hold them looks brilliant, well done

Debs x

Anonymous said...

OH!! This is so great! I can not believe all of the work you put into this project. This is amazing!

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