These two projects are a little different. I thought I would share the Post It Notes Projects that I make all year long and keep on hand in my gift cabinet. It is so handy to have a little something to take to someone or take as a hostess gift, I just love them and there are so many choices. They are a great way to use up DSP scraps and anytime I cut extras from a die for a card design. I also sell these at craft fairs at Christmas time.
The DSP Project is also something I make quite often. Many times the stamp set using similar colors as the matching DSP gives inspiration to this kind of Project. Especially if you hold card classes; you often need a bit more paper of one design or another than comes in a packet. It is a simple solution and sometimes I have the card class participants make the paper so they can repeat the process as home. It can be a fun project and a different way to use your supplies.
Measurements and Supplies for todays, Making DSP and Covered Note Project:
I used a sheet of Basic White Cardstock
• 1 piece of Color Cardstock to match my DSP 7” by 3 ¼”, Scored at 3 ¼” and 3 ¾”
• DSP Scraps, Ribbon Scrap, Embellishments
Supplies: Various depending on the DSP and Cardstock used.