Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Post it Note.

This was the 3rd gift item thst I made for my partner in the Christmas Decoration swap.
I had this green checked paper in my stash and it just seemed to go so well with the yellow star paper that I decided to put the two together. A green post it note pad and the empty cardboard carton from a box of Whiskers meat pouches and 'bobs your uncle' a post it note holder was born!!
(Well seems logical to me!!!!)
The buttons and beads were from my stash and the flower/leaves were made from white paper using distress ink in Wild Honey and Forest Moss. Does not show up very well in the picture but the flower has glossy accents on the petals.
Show casing on
Entering into the following challenges.
Charisma Cardz: Last minute Xmas Makes.
One stitch at a Time: Anything Goes.
Delightful challenges : Anything Goes.

21 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my Blog. I love this card. It's great when you can recycle!~Mary

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  2. Love your project...how clover. I saw your post on MIM and had to have a look. Yes, I would love it if you could let me know of some swaps. I think that would be fun. Merry Christmas

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  3. Oh yes, I love this! Very pretty but practical at the same time.Laughing about Norm colouring away - bless! Di xx

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  4. Lovely too nice to use xxx Love the big flower xx

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  5. Some wonderful ideas here. Cat food boxes are really sturdy and nicely corrugated..aren't they. Have a good Christmas:)
    Sue XX

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  6. Practical and SUPER PRETTY!! Thank you so much for joining us at MIM! Remember, to be in with a chance to win the prize from our sponser this week just leave a comment for another entrant. Be sure to mention you saw them on MIM! The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning. Good luck and happy holidays!
    Rene ;D

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  7. You are so inventive and it looks so good. Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year.

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  8. Love it! I love the paper combo! I bet your partner for the swap was thrilled to receivea!

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  9. bet she loved this, it's really lovely. Hope you have a very happy Christmastime and all the best for 2012,

    Liz x

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  10. I love that you recycled some stuff that may have ended up in the garbage! I try to use stuff around the house too...sure saves money!! I found you on make It Monday and wanted to say hello! This is a darling note holder....I may have to attempt one of these myself! have a great holiday!

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  11. Hello Mrs. A. - my you have so many wonderful creations - it's been so long that I've stopped by. I'm so thrilled to see your lovely comments and have to do better because you always have fun stuff. I adore those button crafts - so sweet! You're an amazing woman! I just love the boys in their festive hats - I just know they've been good all year...heehee. Have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! Looking forward to seeing more of your blog on a regular basis next year! Hugs and love!

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  12. lovely project! that flower is just gorje, and what a fun way to cover a post-it pad! fabby little gift! thanks for playing along with the Charisma Galz this week! xo

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  13. Awww,love it and really like the big flower!

    Thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz,best of luck!

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  14. A lovely project and a really useful one too x

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  15. Very Cute... love the flower ... thanks for sharing on You Had Me At Craft...

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  16. Lovely project x
    Thanks for joining us this week @ Delightful Challenges & Merry Christmas to you x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz.blogspot.com

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  17. Great project and gift idea.
    http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

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  18. You make recycling look so easy. The flower is fab too. xxx

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  19. Gorgeous gifts you have made- Hope you have a wonderful Christmas, Love Shaz #19

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