As a stay at home mom, between cooking cleaning teaching and not having a moment to blink I needed a quiet corner to sneak away to and that corner just happens to be full of DP, copic markers, and stamps, welcome to my little corner!
Friday, October 17, 2014
TGIF people! I had a lovely birthday yesterday and even got a lovely and very loud version of happy birthday sang by my hubby and my little monsters when they brought out my cake! Unfortunately I never did get that moscatto I wished for, but that must mean I didn't really need it right? At least that's what I told myself anyway ^.^ Today I have a cute and simple project that will add dazzle to any desk, an easel type post it note holder featuring an SOG digi cutie, Winter Mae
Winter Mae Digi
The tutorial for this little post it note holder can be found here. Since I don't own the envelope die used in the tutorial, I created my own (after much trial and error because I'm horrible at measuring). Winter Mae was colored up using my copic markers and bit of wink of stella for some extra shimmer. The snowflakes were stickers from my stash, placed on white cardstock and cut out for extra stability, then adhered with pop dots. The DP is also from my stash, and since it was kind of a 'busy' pattern to me, I went with only a pearl flourish in the bottom corner for embellishment. The sentiment was printed from my computer. I ended up giving this as a gift to my daughter's teacher and she liked it so much I'm working on a set of them for a few more of the teachers and the school nurse. After all, who doesn't love a pretty post it? Now all that's left to do is pop on over to the Some Odd Girl blog and add my post it project to the October Linky Party and the Loves Rubberstamps Challenge, Pretty Woman.