Apron post it note holder

I started out with my card stock cut at 4 1/2″ X 6 1/2″.  Using an oval paper cutter I shaped the arm holes for the apron.  About 1 1/8″ toward the center and 3″ down, both sides of course.   Using a punch, make holes for ribbon. Use your favorite stamps to embellish your apron.

Glue your post it note to the lower half of the apron.  Glue magnets to the back 
  
 I did this one quickly this morning so I didn’t spend much time to decorate it.  Let your embellishments fly.

Notepad House

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This was a fun project to work out. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. So here we go with the instructions.
For the house base cut 2 pieces of cardstock at 7″ X 6″.
On the 7″ side score at 1″ and 4″ on both pieces of cardstock. On the 6″ side score at 1 1/2″ 4 3/4″ on both pieces.
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I hope this makes sense to you because I worried about how to word it. On the 7″ side, in the 3″ part mark the center and draw a line from the center to the edge of the 3″ square. This will make the points of the house. On one side of each sheet, do 2 peeks and on the other side do one peek. The 2 peek side will be the floor of the house and the one peek will be the eves. If you are using a cardstock that is different on both sides make sure your 2 pieces mirror each other.
On 1 piece make your opening, on one section that does not have a peek. From the score line measure in 1/2″ on both sides and measure up 2″. cut this section out.
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Fold on the score lines all but the peeks. Cut a 3″ square and glue the house to it. (4 peeks to the square)
Now for the front and back walls and the roof, cut a piece of cardstock at 3 1/4″ X 11″, score at 1/2″, 3 3/4″, 5 3/5″ and 7 5/8″. Sorry I didn’t take a picture of this step.
Fold on the score lines, glue the 3/4″ to the bottom of the house. The other score lines will fit around the top of your house. I did have to trim my peeks just alittle for a better fit. I just eye balled it till I thought it looked better.
For the roof I cut strips of core’dinations Chocolate Box at 2″ X 3 1/4″, Used a border punch on one side for the shingles. I punched 1 strip on both sides for the very top of the eves of the house.
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I sat the house on a 4″ X 4″ piece of chip board covered with green pattern paper. Then I had fun decorating. For the chimney I cut cardstock at 1 1/2″ X 3 3/4″, scoring at 3/4″, 1 1/2″, 2 1/4″ and 3″. Glue into a square and I cut 2 V’s so it would fit on the roof. The door and windows I cut from scraps. My bike, tree, fence and Lamp post were from a Cricut cartridge. The truck was a rubber stamp and the flowers on the tree were a die cut.
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To open it the from lifts up and props on the eves. stays closed with magnets.
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Box card

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I had a friend ask if I would teach her how to make this box card, so I thought I need to write it up anyway, so add it to my blog.
First cut a piece of cardstock at 9 1/4″ X 5 1/2″. On the 9 1/4″ side score at 2 1/8″ – 4 1/4″ – 6 3/8″ and 8 1/2″. On the 5 1/2″ side score at 2 1/2″.
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Cut down the top score lines to the middle score line. Cut away the top part of the tab.
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Fold your score lines, put tape on the tab. I fold it to the center and lay the other half on top. I think this is the easy way to match it up.
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Using cardstock cut 2 or 3 pieces at 3″ X 1″, these will be glued inside for your décor. Score at 1/2″ from each end. Glue inside the box.
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Out of pattern paper cut 1 at 2″ X 5 1/4″ and 6 at 1 7/8″ X 2 1/4″, 3 at 2 3/4″ X 1 7/8″. These will be used to decorate your box inside and out.
This box will fit into a A2 envelope. For a larger card that will take a 6″ X 9″ envelope, use the following measurements, and follow the same steps as above.
Cut your cardstock at 6 1/2″ X 12″, scoring at 2 3/4″ – 5 1/2″ – 8 1/4″ and 11″ on the long side, and score on the short side score at 2 3/4″.
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Never ending card

To start out this card I will tell you how to fold it to read it, then I will take you through a few steps to make the base.
First you will press down on both sides of the card.
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Then you will press on the top and bottom, to fold.
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Now once again you will press on both sides.

Your almost finished. Press on the top and bottom for this fold. Then you can just keep repeating this because the more you repeat these folds the more you enjoy the card and it is relaxing.IMG_0969

Okay let’s start cutting cardstock. I like to use a heavy cardstock because it will get a lot of use. Each card is made up of 4 pieces cut at 3″ X 6″. Now score all four pieces at 1 1/2″ and 4 1/2″. Two pieces turn long ways and score at 1 1/2″ from the score lines to the edge on both ends. Now for this demo I did use two different colors so maybe you could see better what I’m doing.

Place the two with the extra score lines down on your work table. To make it a little easier I put a small piece of tape to hold these together.
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Now only put glue in the four corners. Match up the corners of your other two pieces, making sure they are laying cross ways.
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After your glue dries, fold card pressing on both sides. Score good after each fold. Next fold will be pressing top and bottom, again score. Third fold is pressing back on each side, score and one more time top and bottom.

You can decorate the card with rubber stamps, decorative paper or flowers. Just go wild. I used a set of laughter stamps form Fiskers for the above card.