Saturday, January 21, 2012

Jenni Style note pads~


Hi everyone~as you know I have been out of town.  The first thing I wanted to do was make something and get a new blog post up.  These are quick and I have gotten a great response from them so I thought I would show you some BTS shots!


This is how your legal size tablet looks all cut up.  You will get 12 salvage  and 36 of about 2 1/4" size. I you want bigger just adjust your size of cut.  I got these done at Office Max.  They are on sale for $6 for a pack of twelve.  Pretty good deal!!!


I glued {Helmar Craft glue} the paper to the back of the note pad { 2 3/4" x 12" }.  Then I cut another piece { 2 3/4" x 3 1/4" }~fold it over and glue. You are ready to decorate the topper.


I used Jenni Bowlin/Haven paper line.  It is cardstock thickness. The trim is by Graphic45 and some Tim Holtz label stickers are used, everything else is Jenni Bowlin.


Like I have said these are quick, fun and great little gifts!!! have a great weekend and it is good to be home.
See ya soon!
and PS~I won't do another blog post on these~promise!!!

17 comments:

  1. Hey these are GREAT, Connie! Did you use the bigger cutter at Office Max or did they do it for you? I'm thinking this would be great as a teacher's gift (end of year) or for my tablemates at a crop I am attending in March! Glad to hear you're back at home! xo

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  2. I loveeeeeeeee loveeeeeeeeeeee loveeeeeeeeeeeee these!!! GORGEOUS and such a fab idea! :):):):):):):):):):):)

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  3. Awesome so want to do this. Thanks for sharing

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  4. i looovee these too..... yum!

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  5. Your choices of decorations is so perfect!

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  6. Great job on these they are SO cute and would make perfect teacher's gifts! I am going to be stealing this idea! Love Penny scrap-aholic@blogspot.com

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  7. Oh my gosh I love this idea!!!! So doing it! I didn't know Office Max would cut them up. You are a genius!

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  8. Love this style too! This project is so versatile.

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  9. I love them I already pinned them twice :) I am going to Office Max tomorrow!

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  10. These are adorable
    I cannot wait to see what else you have here.

    appreciate your visit to my place. =)
    blessings
    barbara jean

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  11. thanks for the tut on these...so cute and what great gifties they'd make to keep done up...thanks..

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  12. What a neat idea! I really love them!

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  13. These are super cute. I was wondering the same thing as the first person about the cutter and did you do it or did the clerk cut it up for you? Thanks for the BTS photos... loved them!

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  14. These are FABulous! I love them. Great job, Connie.

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  15. Kay so silly question what type of paper/board is used for the backing? So, so super cute, what a nifty crafter you are.

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