Saturday, April 9, 2016

Sticky Note Holder Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to create a sticky-note holder using elements from the Butterfly Lullaby range. Quick and easy gifts are always useful to have on hand - for teachers, for co-workers, for last-minute birthdays that slip your mid, or even as a treat to yourself!

Elements from the Butterfly Lullaby range, part of Sara Davies' Signature Collection, will be available on our website Monday!

This range was featured on HSN with Sara back in January, and it's perfect for springtime crafting!
See how design team member Holly made her sticky-note holder:

Crafter's Companion USA Supplies: 
Butterfly Lullaby 6"x6" paper pad (four pices cut 3"x3"; two pieces cut 3" x 1/4") | Butterfly die | glue tape pen and/or Collall All-purpose adhesive | Spectrum Noir Sprakle (Cosmos)

Other Supplies: 
Chipboard (7" x 3 1/4") | 24" ribbon | cardstock

Step 1: Cut chipboard to size. A straight edge and craft knife are recommended.

Step 2: Score chipboard at 3 1/4” and 3 3/4”. Flip chipboard over and score at the same measurements. Do not cut all the way through.

It's important that you only break the top layer so it will bend without breaking.

Step 3: Apply the cardstock to the chipboard.

Step 4: Cut two pieces of ribbon approximately 12” long.

Adhere them to the middle of the cardstock both back and front. Ensure that it will be hidden behind the designer paper.

Step 5: Adhere the designer paper to front and back.

Step 6: Decorate front as desired.

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