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Post-it note holder – your craft

Here's oonique Findley's quick and easy way to jazz up your post-it notepad and brighten up your desk!

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Here’s oonique Findley’s quick and easy way to jazz up your post-it notepad and brighten up your desk!

oaterials:

  • 18cm x 8.5cm brown card

  • Glue

  • Double-sided tape

  • 7.5cm x 7.5cm post-it notepad

  • 12cm ribbon

  • 4cm x 8.5cm green card

  • Fabric flower

  1. Fold the brown card at 8.5cm and 9.5cm.
  1. Glue or tape the post-it notepad to the brown card, with the top at the 9.5cm fold line.
  1. Wrap the ribbon around the green card and glue the ends of the ribbon at the back.
  1. Glue the green card to the brown card, just above the centre.
  1. Glue the fabric flower on top.

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