Coaster Post it Notes

Today's tutorial demonstrates how to make one of these Post it Note Holders.  Enjoy!Die_cut_post_inside

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Date: 6:02 AM | Permalink | Comments (26)



    super cute!!! Now to get some coasters and awesome zutter tool!

    Hope 🙂

  2. kathynruss

    That is sooo cute and really easy to do. Thanks!

  3. It’s great! Thanks! I’m gonna make me a couple this afternoon.

  4. Ansa

    oh I can’t wait to get home to make some of these! These are really cute. Thanks Angie!

  5. Denise G

    Loved this! I really need some coasters! Thank you for sharing.
    Denise G

  6. cindy p

    this is my next project very cute just need i’m hoping the coasters I have will work and need to find a corner rounder that will round the corners

  7. Brenda

    Off to try it now!

  8. Love it,Angie! Again, you’re amazing!! I love making these, and yours is so cute. I have a bunch of lightweight coasters and had not thought of using them for the post-its, but I will now!

  9. sandra

    I really love this post it note! Love the colors and the die cuts… You are so creative!

  10. Kerry H

    Where do you buy your lightweight coasters?

  11. Sharon Caillier

    This is the cutest tutorial. I love it and can’t wait to get home to get started. I don’t have the cornor rounder from bind it all but I think they might look cute square since you have to cut the coaster down a bit.

  12. Lydian

    super cute and easy to make…I’m of to find some coasters!

  13. LilOne

    I love this cute idea for using the post it notes. It’something that would make cute wee gifts. Thanks for the tut and wonderful idea.

  14. Lisa

    As usual, another great tutorial and awesome project. Looking forward to making these as soon as I get some coasters.
    Thanks again for sharing a great idea.

  15. Amanda Currier

    hey angie, did I miss where you get your coasters? Or did you just buy them out with your last shipment? haha

  16. Jamie

    Hi Angie! this is soo cute!
    i have some cork coasters and i dont think i could use them(?)
    where do you get your coasters?

  17. Sandi

    I, too, love these…where did you say you purchased the lightweight coasters? Thanks

  18. Patti Boland

    This is an awesome idea for post it notes. Can you please tell me where you purchased the lightweight coasters. Thanks


  19. Sharon Eckler

    What a wonderful web– I find the tutorial most help-ful.
    love all that you do. Thanks
    Sharon .

  20. Jenn

    Thank you for the easy tutorial! I was trying to figure out what to do with the 100 coasters I got from a friend of mine and they were the right size 3.5″ x 3.5″! I just made one in no time flat!

  21. Linda Jeter

    Really great tutorial, great for craft nite with my five daughters and their oldest daughters, hubbies stay home and watch the little ones.
    Where do you purchase to coasters? Is it card stock? Please contace me and let me know…
    Trying to get the daughters 35-15 yrs old,, into homemade gift giving instead of store bought items.
    Thanks again,
    Linda J

  22. Linda Jeter

    I have five pictures to show you that my four of five daughters and one granddaughter made on our Thursday night craft night. How do I do that?
    Linda J

  23. Linda Jeter

    Hi again,
    These are five pictures of the post it note holder!!!!
    Linda J

  24. Mary

    Angie, where can I order these coasters?

  25. Lynn Boyle

    I have been sitting here watching there tutorials for the past hour. They are so cute and very informative. Could you please tell me where you get your coasters. I just love the projects with the post it notes.

    Lynn B

  26. Lynn G.

    I just found out about your site and store and immediately signed up to learn how to make projects and cards. I’m really a “new-be/wanna-be” here! So, my first question is; what is the Chic Stand and what is it used for? My second question (like the others above); how do I find the coasters that you used? I am super excited about your site and very eager to learn. Thank you so much for sharing with us out here in the virtual world. Blessings!

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