Chill Pills Post-It Note Holder
I love organization on my desk. This craft desk can get pretty messy at times, but I always need a post-it note pad to write out some new idea…so I don’t forget it. So of course I created a post-it note holder!
This was created with the “Chill Pills” digital stamp set from Oddball digi stamps. The set was featured for free in their weekly newsletter. Ahh! I can’t wait to see what they’ll have next week!
Some days, there are people who just need to sit down, take a chill pill, and pet a bunny. This desk decor will definitely remind me every time I reach for a post-it note.
Check out below for the tutorial to make your own post-it note holder!
Steps to create a post-it note holder for your desk:
Cut your pieces from sturdy card stock.
- 8 1/2″ x 3 1/2″. Score at 2″, 4″, 4 1/2″.
- 4″ x 3 1/2″
Design Easel Front.
On the 4″ x 3 1/2″ card stock, decorate with whatever will make you smile when you look at it. Here’s what I did:
- I printed out 8 of the “full bottles” from Oddball Art at 2″ tall onto white card stock. Next, I colored them with pencils and attached at random angles on the easel front. I trimmed off overlap of edges.
- Glue dots were used to attach 3″ x 3 1/2″ vellum over the bottles.
- I printed out both the spilled bottle and full bottle, as well as one of the bunnies, at a 3″ height. Next, I colored both with markers, and covered the bottles with Diamond Glaze to give it the glassy look. (I let it dry!). Lastly, I cut out the bottles and adhere both using dimensionals.
- I glued down my sentiment at the top.
Attach the Easel Front to the 2″ section of the scored card stock.
It’s really important to only glue the bottom of your easel to the 2″ section so it can open up as well as close flat.
Adhere a post-it note pad with tear-tape.
And I put a secret extra bunny on the inside!
I hope you enjoyed this easy tutorial to add a little paper fun to your desk. It’s a quick way to play with new stamps, and these oddball bunnies were too cute to miss. If you want to try out other 3D paper projects, check out some of these tutorials!