new post-it note holders

I’m a big fan of making post-it note holders. They are cute, useful – and they actually sell REALLY well at all my craft fairs. They just make nice little gifts for anyone – Teachers, Friends, Co-workers…etc.

I saw this video on Dawn’s Blog and loved how she made use of these  Acryllic Frames! So off to the Christmas Tree Shop I went – and stocked up on some of the 4″x6″ sized ones. They were only 89 cents a piece. Score!

Here are a few that I whipped up. They didn’t take long at all and I think they came out super cute. The good thing about these sized ones is that I had enough room for some ribbon at the top.




Supplies: Acryllic 4″x6″ Frames, SU! Hawaiian Papaya, Good Morning Sunshine DP, Cheep Talk, Darling Dots Stamp Sets, Kiwi Kiss Ribbon, Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Choc. Chip, Pacific Point Cardstock. Pacific Point Ink. Colorbox Chalk Ink – Chestnut Roan.

11 thoughts on “new post-it note holders

  1. I made these last year and sold out of them they are so fun and easy.I sold mine for $3.How much did you sell yours for.Also what did you use to laminate sheets or machine? NICE JOB!!

    1. I sold my post-it note Acrylic holders for $4 each. I have a hot laminating machine that I used for all laminating. I highly recommend getting one – they are great!

  2. Thanks for the cute idea. I featured your cute post-it note holders on my blog today ( Love your ideas.

  3. How do you keep the post it pads from falling off? When I start tearing a post it off, they all come off and leave simply the backing (which is what I taped). What can I do to make the post it notes stay on?

    1. hmmm well, I guess it’s just like you would a normal post-it…they are meant to tear off, so when I tear the one I want, I usually hold down the rest of the pad. If they come off, you just stick back on w/ some adhesive…

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