This is the post-it-note holder that I made for her. I covered it with scrapbook paper. The pad is a lime green although it looks yellow. I used pale green and maroon ribbons in the wires. Sue loved her card and gift.
This birthday card was made for Susan, my son-in-law's sister. The cardbase is turquoise. I cut two strips from my cardstock scraps with my Marvy paper cutter using the scallop wheel and put them under each long side of the white cardstock. The flower stamp is AMuse and the sentiment is SU. I used SU and Copic markers to color the flower then for the center I used yellow Stickles. I put a white layer on the inside and a strip of the striped cardstock. Yet another simple, cute card.
Here's the post-it-note holder I made for her. The ribbon I got at Michael's.
This note pad was made using a junior size legal tablet (5x8). I had Office Depot cut them down to 3 1/2 x 8. At Christmas I made a bunch of these with cardstock covers that had a ribbon to close it shut. I wanted to use my Bind-It-All to see how they would come out. I like them although I think I need to get some smaller size wires. I used the 3/4 inch wires on this and the next one. I think it's a little too big of a size wire for these because they are not very thick.
This one was made using a 3x5 size note pad. The scrapbook paper used is all scraps. So these are a nice way to use up scraps.