Hey guys, I have a bit of a confession - I'm a bit of a stationary nerd! I have always loved cute papers, notebooks, pens, etc. And I won't even admit how many notebooks I have sitting on my desk! When planners made their big comeback I was totally nerding out! And planner stamps?? Even better! So when Nicole came out with the Nod to Mod stamp set for sticky notes I was in heaven!! I'm an old fashioned kind of gal, I love to make lists, use paper planners and calendars, and, of course, those lovely sticky notes!!
So I wanted to share a quick and easy project I like to do with my sticky notes - little sticky note books! By the way, these make great little gifts for teachers!! Who can't use a book of sticky notes, right?!
You'll start with a piece of patterned paper or cardstock that measures 6 3/4" x 3 1/4". Score on the long side at 3 1/4" and 3 1/2". That will make the 'book' part. Then you can decorate the front however you want! I did several with the Nod to Mod set but I also played around with the Fall Into Christmas set (these stamp sets get a lot of love as you can tell!).
Note - I actually split a sticky note pad in half to make 2 books. I do this for 2 reasons: 1) you can make twice as many of books this way, and 2) I like to put some of these in my planner and the thinner size fits better :)
I also like to stamp on some of the inside pages because who doesn't like to use sticky notes with cute stamped images on them?!
I stated earlier that these make great teacher gifts. I like to keep a bunch of these made up in a basket on my desk so that I can grab one whenever I need one! I hope this inspires you to create some sticky note projects!!