October 30, 2011

Holiday Note Pad!







This Holiday Note Pad was made using the Imagine and the Imagine Snow Angel cartridge.








I started by printing a full sheet of the snow flake paper on page 39.
This is then cut down to 10 3/8” x 12 “
Score and cut  according to the following diagram:
Fold the bottom flap up to the inside and attach the sides with a good adhesive. Attach the memo pad to the right inside with strong adhesive. Fold the top along bith score lines and attach with adhesive.


Using the shapes that come loaded on the Imagine, choose the square and fill with the bonus content found on page 28. Size at 8.5 inches and print on white card stock. Cut to 8" x5 1/16" and cover the front. I put Crystal Stickles on the snowflakes.


The house on page 26 is cut at 3.5" with all the layers. Liquid Pearl and glitter gel pens were used to add accents to the house. It was attached with dimensionals.


The snowflakes on pages 18 and 19 were cut at 1.6" with all the layers. Red Stickles were added and they are attached with dimensionals.


The closure is cut at 3.5" x 1.25 " from the same paper. The corners were rounded with a corner chomper. The clasp is a magnet from Basic Grey. I added some cotton for smoke from the chimney, red twiner and red seam binding along the edge. I sponged all edges with Stampin Up Bashful Blue.


On the inside, I used white gel pen to add stitching lines.


Supplies needed:
Imagine
Imagine Snow Angel cartridge
White 12 x 12 paper
5 x 8 note pad
Strong adhesive - I used red line tape
Basic Grey magnet
Twine
Seam binding
Stickles
Liquid Pearl
Gel pens
Cotton ball


I had so much fun making this project. I hope you like it.


As always, thanks for stopping by :)

- Mindy

2 comments:

AngelaR said...

That is such a cute note pad! I'll have to give that a try! Thank you for the idea, it would make a great gift!!
Hugs,
Angela
wwwcreativecreationsbyangela@blogspot.com

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

What a great idea Mindy. I love that you used your Imagine and it is so pretty yet practical. I am a list maker so would love to make one of these. TFS

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