Grocery List Tutorial

Grocery_list_tutorial_019 As I promised…here ya go!!  No laughing at me if I did something wrong :()

Here’s the supplies:

Trimmer with Scoring blade, Sticky Strip, Double Stick Tape, 2-Way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter,Stampin’ Dimensionals, Scallop Punch, Priceless Stamp Set, Wild Wasabi Ink & Cardstock, Scissors, Ruler & Notepad

Grocery_list_tutorial_002_2  If that red line bothers you then have them cut that off and you’ll just have two pads.

I’m also working on a Christmas wish list but will wait until we get closer to Christmas to show ya!!

Please let me know if you have any questions.

enjoy!!

P.S. I just hit 20,000 hits on my blog…what does that mean…more blog candy….I will draw a name tomorrow for one of these note pads from everyone that post a comment on this tutorial  Good Luck!!

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Extra info:  Took notepads to Kinkos and they cute the whole stack at one time.  Bought notepads at Walmart, but next time will get them at Office Max or Office Depot!!

Update 8/23…Congrats to Ali for winning the grocery list!!!

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Date: 12:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (54)

Comments

  1. Great tutorial! One question, how did you cut through the notepad?

  2. Ali

    Oh thank you very much…You have made life much easier for me today:)

  3. Love the grocery lists. Great tutorial. Looking forward to trying this project.

    thanks!

  4. I already purchased my pads at Office max and had them cut. I think the measurements are a little different but I need to get my sample made. We will be doing these at my SU open house. Thanks for sharing

  5. This is such a great idea! Thanks for sharing! I will definately have to make these!

  6. Your tutorial is wonderful ~ thanks for sharing the details! The grocery lists are so cute!

  7. Ida Faye Cutler

    Thanks for the tutorial – these will make great remembrance gifts for Christmas. I enjoy your blog and check it every day. I especially like the simplicity of some of your cards.

  8. YAH!!! So glad you shared the tutorial with us!! I’m hoping I can do this…LOL..yours are fantastic girl!!!

  9. Sharon Canter

    Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial. I am a visual learner, so thank you for the great pictures! Can’t wait to try this.

  10. Kathy H

    Great job on the tutorial – now I must go get these note pads – so easy – thanks for the work!

  11. Mary Campbell

    Congrats on the hits to your great blog. Thanks for the great tutorial. I am going to print the instructions and try my hand at making these for gifts. Thanks again, Mary

  12. Love Love Love your tutorial girlie .. Great job .. Love this project ..
    xoxo
    Dawn

  13. GREAT tutorial!!!
    How did you cut thru the notepad?

  14. K.

    Thanks for sharing! This has gotten me thinking about Christmas gifts!!

  15. I’m jealous!!! I have to work all week! I bet some blog candy would make me feel better!! Thanks for the great tutorial!!

  16. This is an awesome tutorial, Angie! Thanks!

  17. Jolene

    Thanks for the great tutorial. These are very cute. I’ll have to make some!

  18. What a great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing it! Hmmmm … now to see if I have any notepads laying around! :) Thanks!

  19. Pat

    Thanks for sharing such a great gift idea!

    Pat

  20. Angela Fisk

    I LOVE IT!! Thanks for the tutorial…now, do you have one for the gift albums that you posted last time?

  21. Thanks for the tutorial! I will deinately have to try these :O)

  22. Elizabeth Glass

    Angie these are just darling!When I get back Iam going to try this! Elizabeth Glass

  23. Antoinette G

    if you don’t buy the notepads at their store, do they charge you to cut them?? do they use a standard commercial guillotine cutter? tfs!! -antoinette

  24. Andrea

    Oh yay! Another project to do this weekend!! I love this idea!!! Thank you for sharing. Congrats on your 20,000 blog hits!

    Andrea M

  25. Lise

    Hey, is this your first tutorial? You go girl! I love the idea and it is so versatile. I’ll have to give it a shot…Lise

  26. Angela W.

    Great Tutorial! I’ll use it often. These lists make great ‘household’ gifts.

  27. becca h.

    your tutorials are so awesome!!

  28. Great tutorial! These would make great gifts for the ladies in my family … thanks!

  29. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  30. OH, ANGIE!…This really ROCKS!…I can always count on you for the most awesome “tutes”!…I bought my pads at Office Depot….got the “quad” kind…just to mix it up a bit!….cant wait to get to Kinkos!..Thanks, again!

  31. What a great tutorial! I’m going out right now to get some notepads so I can try it. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  32. Vicky

    Thanks for posting this great idea!

  33. Nancy

    What an awesome idea for gift giving! Thanks for sharing it with us!!

  34. Nicole H.

    This is AWESOME!!! I love it!

  35. These are awesome!!!! I really want to make them, but we don’t have a Kinko’s, does anyone else cut them? TFS!! Deb

  36. This is such a great gift idea! How cute! I was also wondering how you cut the pad? I noticed that someone else said they had theirs cut at the office supply store. Is that what you did?
    Congrats on the blog hits!!

  37. Karla

    Very Very Cute!!

  38. Cathy

    I love your website!!!! You get my creative juices flowing. Thx!

  39. I discovered your blog via a post on Splitcoast Stampers. Your tutorials are fun & easy to understand. Thank you so much for sharing your talent! Fabulous creations!!

  40. 88keybd

    Cute idea – gotta try this too!

  41. Lisa

    Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial! I’ve been wanting to make some of these and now I have the instructions!! Cool. Thank you.

  42. tasha

    Oh this project has so saved my life, I am a list person. I make lists for everything and now they can cordinate with holidays and decor for all my friends and family

  43. Lisa

    I love this idea! So cute and easy to do. I plan on making and giving to teachers for more of a “teacher’s note pad”. Thanks for the great ideas and the great visuals.
    Lisa

  44. Julia Miller

    Wow! I am just amazed at your creativity! You are truly gifted! Thank you so much for sharing your art with all of us!

  45. Pam Pagel

    I am just signing up for Stampin Up. A new friend gave me your blog and I am thoroughly amazed – you are sooooooo talented. I really enjoyed seeing your work product.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Pam Pagel
    Colorado Springs

  46. Sheila

    how did you cut the notepad

  47. Marcia

    I love your videos. They are so helpful in learning how to do the idea that you are presenting. Please keep the videos coming.
    Marcia

  48. Angela

    Thanks for sharing your art and crafting talents with all of us that need a little (or a lot of)help!! You are appreciated!!

  49. ALEXIS SCHOOLCRAFT

    WOULD LOVE TO HAVE INSTRUCTION ON THE CALENDER WITH THE CD CASE… I FEEL I STRUCK GOLD WITH THIS WEB SITE

  50. angie g. lara

    I just have found this site and I don´t mind to sleep too late I´m so impressed about your beautiful and extraordinary job… i´d like to know the way of buying from here or if there´s any store in Mexico City where I can get this exceptional things for my cards… I have my own designs and I´ve been selling them since three years ago… you can imagine why I´m so interested, I think your job is very fine… thanks and God Bless You by sharing and teaching us so much!!!

  51. Bonnie

    I love this idea. I need a quick project for grooup on tuesday and this is perfect. Thanks. Bonnie

  52. Jill Miller

    I know this is an old post but I have been exploring your website, just love everything you have! How did you cut the pad of paper like that?

  53. Oooh fantastic! I’d even stick a magnet on the back and use it on my fridge 😀

  54. Pauline M.

    Congratulations on your blog hit!!! I look forward every morning to looking in my email for your ideas!! Thanks for all you do.

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