Sticky Notes Note Board
8 1/2" x 11" piece of chipboard
1 sheet cream cardstock
2 sheets purple cardstock ( or coordinating color)
2 sheets pink cardstock (or coordinating color)
2 sizes of flower punches or die cuts
Sheet of cork
4 1/2" of cream ribbon (or coordinating color)
Rubber Stamps (sample uses "Happy Spring" words and Bunny image)
Stamping Ink ( sample uses purple and black)
Adhere one sheet of 8 ½ x 11 purple cardstock to the front of the chipboard sheet. If you do not have chipboard the cardboard from the back of a legal note pad will work.
Trim one sheet of pink cardstock to 10 ½ x 8 ¼ and adhere to purple cardstock on top of chipboard.
Trim one piece of cream cardstock to 2 ½ x 1 ¾ and stamp Happy Spring using purple ink.
Trim a second piece of cream cardstock to 2 ½ x 3 and stamp bunny in black ink and color with colored pencils.
Trim a piece of purple cardstock to 2 ¾ x 2 and adhere stamped words on top.
Trim and piece of pink cardstock to 3 x 4 and adhere stamped bunny on top, then layer that onto another piece of purple cardstock trimmed to 3 ¼ x 4 1/4 .
Trim cork sheet to 3 ¾ x 3.
Cut two pieces of ribbon to 3 each, fold each over in half and adhere to the back side of the cork sheet, forming loops to later hold your pen.
Punch or die cut four large flowers from purple cardstock.
Punch or die cut four small flowers from pink cardstock.
Adhere one small flower on top of each large flower and adhere a rhinestone in the center of each.
Cut remaining ribbon into four 12 pieces.
Wrap each piece of ribbon around each side of cardstock covered chipboard and adhere on the back side.
Adhere stamped and layered images on left side of board, spacing them to fit between to ribbons.
Adhere cork and sticky notes to the right side of board, spacing them to fit between the ribbons.
Adhere flowers to the board.
Adhere four magnets to each back side corner of the board
Now just add an ink pen and some thumb tacks and youre ready to hang your board on your filing cabinet or refrigerator
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.