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January 15, 2008

Post it Note Holder Tutorial

Bery_bliss_post_it_notes Here ya request....I'm sharing with you how to make the darling Post it Note Holders! Don't forget, I make these and sell them over on my Chic n' Scratch Shack!!  (just let me know what color/theme you'd like and I can whip them out really fast :))) 

These post it note holders uses our brand new Berry Bliss Designer Paper in our new Stampin' Up! Spring & Summer Collection (in other words, our new catalog :))))

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!


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Hi Angie! Thanks for another great video tutorial. I can't wait to make these for my co-workers. Have a great day, Corris

Angie, Thanks for such a wonderful tutorial. I really appreciate all the hard work you put into sharing your ideas. Where do you find the coasters for the post it note holders?

AWESOME Tutorial girlie .. as to be expected you just amaze me.. I am off to go vote this morning ..
Love ya

Thanks for the tutorial! Those are really cute and look fairly easy to make! Do you mind me asking where you get the coasters? I love your blog!

What a fun project! I made a few of these as Christmas gifts and they were very well received. I put a heavy duty magnet on the back so the recipient can stick it to their fridge, and I made a matching pen. Your videos are great, but please don't feel like you have to rush through them for us, we know it takes a little time to sand and apply adhesive and we don't mind watching you do it in real time. Relax and have fun, YOUR VIEWERS ARE! : )

Love this! These will make great little gifts to keep on hand.. thanks, Sherri

OHHH I am so going to make this for my mom she is queen of Post-it notes I'm going to add a bit of magnet to the back so she can post it on her fridge TFS :)

Wonderful! Thanks for sharing. I'm also curious where you find the coasters. I've only been able to find cork ones in my area and haven't seen square ones in any restaurants lately.

Thanks again!

Thanks very much, these look so sweet and easy to make!

Another great tutorial by the famous (or is it infamous :) Angie !!! Way to go !!! Love this idea !


Thanks for sharing your video! I will have to try this out as I am always looking for something to write on!

Thanks for another super tute, Ang!! You are doing do great at these! Keep it up, girl! ;)

Angie, As usual another great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing such cute idea!

Nice tutorial! I really like the tip on cutting the edges! I was wondering why I could not get the coasters to look as smooth as yours! I know this is time consuming, so WE all appreciate you even more!

Great tutorial on the post it holders. I just picked up some coasters from red robin and made 2008 calendars with them.

Very cute Angie!!! I am going to be CASing this for my fun craft group this cute. When we are complete, I will share, and link your tutorial, if that is okay..Awesome job on the video! Chris

Very nice, I like how you made the binder clip match the coasters.

Awesome job! Love all your tutorials and can't wait for the next. And thanks so much for explaining everything so well.

I wanted to stop in and say thanks for the tutorial. Such a fun project! I'll be posting mine today, linking to your blog, so I can give you credit for the idea. =) Thanks again!!

Just want to say thank you! They are beautiful!

I am so excited to see this tutorial on here...I was loving these and was trying to figure out how you made them. Yea!!

these are GREAT! where do you get the coasters? thanks for great idea!

I LOVE these!! I've been looking for any info on where to get the coasters, and can't find anything. Could you lead us to your supplier?

I just found your website and I'm hooked! You do a great job on the videos.

I love this little Post-it note holder! Thank you for sharring. Question: Where do you find the coasters?

thanks again

You have the cutest things! Thanks for sharing these great tutotials.

I am such a visual learner and these are great!

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