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Post it Notes Key Chain Tutorial

Post_it_notes_keychain_3 Hello!

Today's video teaches you how to make one of these cute little Post it Note Key Chains.

Post a comment on this tutorial and I'll draw a name to win one of these on Saturday at noon (you could tell me which color is your favorite).

Stamps:  So Many Scallops (Sale-a-bration set), Think  Happy Thoughts, Lovely Labels, Office Accoutrement & Typeset Alphabet (retired)

Ink:  Chocolate Chip, Soft Sky, Pretty in Pink, River Rock, Lavendar Lace, Regal Rose & So Saffron

Cardstock:   Chocolate Chip (3 1/4 x 2 and score at 1 9/16 & 1 11/16), Soft Sky, Pretty in Pink, River Rock, Lavendar Lace, Regal Rose & So Saffron, Very Vanilla & Whisper White 

Tools & Accessories:  Crop a dile, Stampin' Up! Scallop Punch, 1 1/4 & 1 3/8 Circle Punch & Ribbon

Feb. 10th Update...CONGRATS to Post #62, Denise you've won!!!! Please email me your address so I can get this in the mail to you!!


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What a cute idea Angie and your tutorial is so clear. Even I could make one of these (actually 3!!) I love the brown one with a C on it in case you are wondering!!! LOL
Thanks for the terrific idea.
Cheryl Sims

Angie this is AMAZING !!! I LOVE IT !! This would be a great club project !!

thanks, kiddo !!!

You are so clever!I just love all of them, but I think I like the one with the Chocolate paper best, it makes the flower and the letter really pop!

Darling idea and loved the tutorial...most impressed! I think chocolate would be my favorite color.
Mary Jo

Girl those ROCK! Love them!! Thanks so much!

I have got to tell are my favorite blog author. I am inspired by soooo much of your work. I CASE you (and give you credit) all the time.

I've been wondering what I could do for hostess gifts/booking gifts and now I know...

Thank you for all your terrific work!

Love this idea! These are so cute. I will definately be trying this one. Thanks for sharing!

Oh my gosh, Angie...You are amazing. How cute are these?!!! What great gift ideas. Thanks for sharing!


These are soooo cute and thanks for always sharing your ideas!

Wow Angie - these are great. I can't wait to try them. You always have such great ideas and tutorials. TFS.

Your post-it note keychains are adorable! Great tutorial!

Wonderful project, the tutorial is excellent. Do you monogram for first or last name?

Are you kidding pick a favorite color ? PURPLE of course .. But I like the chocolate one too you did in the video :-) wink wink !!
Dawn griffith

Wow! What a fabulous idea! The tutorial is great - I'm such a visual person. Thanks for taking the time to share your great ideas!!
Heather L.

I'm new to your blog and love it. I haven't been stamping long and you have some fabulous ideas. The Post-It Notes Keychain is great. Like the brown with the monograms.

What an awsome idea! I need something new to give my hostesses. And if I had to choose a favorite color...I liked the choclate one you did in the tutorial. *grin*

That is the greatest idea....thanks for sharing!! I love the one you did in the tutorial! :o)

Cindy Coffman

YOWZA these are so stinking adorable! I love them! You are truly talented and I love your creations!
Barb M.

Great idea! Thanks for sharing your awesome artwork with us.

As always, you have done a wonderful job. I LOVE visiting your blog. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

THAT IS SOOO FREAKING CUTTTEE!! LOVE IT! :) Off to staples I go to get some post-its!

Another really cute project and awesome tutorial! I love the chocolate chip - you can never go wrong with chocolate! Have one with a "B" on it? Thanks Angie for all the great info!

I love this idea..I can make it...and I love chocolate chip color.its my fav color...

Thanks for a great tutorial..

Too cute! Thanks for the tutorial. I think these would be awesome for my hostess club!

I love all the colors - but that "a" in the blue is calling my name!


What a great idea. I love them and am going to have to try a few myself.
Thank you for the super tutorials!!!

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