Post-It Note desk Box FREE Tutorial!

WOW ladies You ROCK!  Thanks so much for all the comments.  Sometimes I wonder if anyone out there reads what I do.  so yes, you do!  I had SO MUCH fun making these!!!

5.25 square scored at 1" on all sides.  snip score lines to make the box.

these posit noted are from Target.  if you want you box a little smaller just trim off 1/8 inch before scoring.  I like the space to put the post notes in and out.  

2 Scallop Envelope die cuts.  Trim the bottom flap to be 1/2 inch

attach the 2 bottom pieces as shown

fold to form the small box.

fold a flap down

  cut matching card stock to 9 x 3-1/8.  Score this piece at 3, 6.5, 7.5, and 8.5. take your scored piece and fold it as shown.

attach the box to your 1/2 flap. 

then fold over and attach the other end to just inside the box

add designer series paper and then attach your envelope box.  

side view

Decorate and embellish  My Halloween post it notes are from Target.  

Stamps: Spooky Bingo bits, Delightful Dozen
Paper: cajun craze, wisteria wonder, glimmer, frightful sight dsp, neutrals patterns pack
Ink: black
Accessories: postage punch, ribbon, scallop envelope die for the Bigshot, Simply Scored scoring tool, neutral buttons.  Mini gel pens can be found at Staples.

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Dee in N.H. said...

That is so cool! Thanks so much for coming back with the great tutorial!!

DawnKathleen said...

Thanks for making this tutorial! It is totally awesome! Can't wait to get started making a bunch!

Snowmanlover said...

Wow Jill, thank you so much!!!!
That was sweet of you to make a tutorial.
I also wonder if anyone ever reads my blog!
I remember we bought those post it notes last year at Target in St. George! Love the way you decorated them.
Thanks so much for sharing!

Queen Mary said...

Jill, you are very generous! Thanks for sharing this tutorial!

Linda said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial Jill. Love the Halloween versions you included as well. This is such a cool gift for almost anyone. I'm making several for Halloween gifts.

jperr said...

Thanks Jill for making a great tutorial.I really appreciate it.

Denise said...

Thanks for posting your project. I love and it makes a nice little gift.

Virginia (Sam) Cox said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Can't wait to make the box. Thanks for all you do.
"Sam" Cox

Andrea said...

Thanks so much for putting that all together for us - I know that must be very time consuming. Those are GREAT little boxes!!!

Janet Yates said...

Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial. I have already made three! What a wonderful project.

Cliffie said...

Ohhhh! Really appreciate the tutorial! This comes just in time for my FALL gift giving projects,(have a group of friends I gift with at Fall, they're as Fall crazy as I am) but hadn't figured out this years project, know just what I'll be giving now...thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO MUCH for all the time and pictures you took to share this awesome project with us! It is adorable, and your details make even me, who hates to measure and score, feel like this is a simple and doable project, yet I'll end up with stunning results! ((HUGS!!))


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