super EASY post-it note holders

Guess what I did this weekend…?

Have bouncy seat…will craft.

Yes, that is my craft desk looking like a hot mess up there. But I was turbo crafting while the little one snoozed in her bouncy chair. I like how she fell asleep while still reaching for her toys. Soo freakin’ cute I tell ya!

I was able to whip up some super simple post-it note holders. These are always so fun to make. I had some chipboard embellishments that I got on clearance at my LSS. They are from Kaiser Craft. I paired them with fun designer paper from Stampin Up and Echo Park to make these bright & cheery post-it note holders:

Dimensions of the cardstock base: 7″ x 3.5″. Score the cardstock at 3.25″ and 3.75″. Cut the designer paper insert to 3″ x 3.25″. Fold, decorate, and slap your post-it inside.

SUPER easy!!

I’ve listed these for sale in my Etsy Shop in case any of you are interested – thanks for checking out the blog today!

14 thoughts on “super EASY post-it note holders

  1. These are super cute! Thanks for the HL info! It’s a bit of a hike for me, so I’ll stop in next time I’m up in that direction. I used to have one right by my house when we lived in Denver. I miss it!

  2. OMG are those so cute! Those vibrating bouncy seats are a mother’s dream. Thanks for sharing =)

  3. They are lovely! (And it’s nice to have something that’s relatively quick to make when you have little ones. My youngest is past the bouncer seat stage and more into exploring and pulling as much off my crafting space/opening craft drawers as he can – so make the most of it!) 🙂

  4. Hi Kerry,

    I wanted you to know that I recreated your post it note holders…obviously not as good as yours are…but I am working on it. I wanted to give them as gifts to my sister and my best friend. They loved them! Thanks for sharing so many great gift ideas.


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