DIY Post It Note Holder

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Card Making, DIY Gifts

Make these cute handmade post-it note holders for yourselves or gift it to someone with a thoughtful note!

I love making little personalized gifts that cost next to nothing, especially when it’s as versatile as post-it notes.

I mean, everyone uses post-it notes. Even my kids love having them around to do random doodles here and there.

As I was designing these, it occurred to me they’re kind of like all the card’s I’ve designed. So then I decided to repurpose some of my card designs that I thought would do well in this square card-like configuration.

What do you think? Well, I think they’re pretty darn cute.

It gets even better, these post-it covers are super easy to make.

Materials for DIY Sticky Note Dispensers

Cardstock – As you can see, I used a variety of different colored cardstock I had around. Here are some of my favorite brands:

Glue – I use Tacky Glue for this but any type works. If you are concerned with Tacky Glue warping the cardstock, I would use a Glue Dot dispenser which is what I did for some of the flower layers.

Post it notes – I guess this is pretty obvious. I love this limited colors edition set, there are so many pretty colors in there.

Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

Post it note holder template – Templates for all three are pictured above are available for free in both printable and SVG formats. These are available in my resource library.

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    Tips on assembling post it note covers

    Step 1: Cut out all your cardstock from the templates

    Step 2: Score and fold the cover base

    I added some score lines in with my template set but you will have to manually set those lines to “scoring” if you are using the Cricut to make the cards.

    I personally hate scoring with the Cricut so I just do it by hand with a ruler and a scraper.

    Step 3: Glue the crease down to the base of the cover

    I like to just add a little glue in the crease and then hold it down in places for a few seconds. I sometimes will use a paper clip if I’m really impatient.

    Step 4: Add the post-its

    Take the base paper off from the post-it notepad and stick it on the inside of the cover.

    Step 4: Add the additional floral layers

    I like curling the top most layer of petals but that’s totally up to you.

    Just glue the layers together and you’re done.

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