Post it Note Organizer

6a00d8341d73f053ef0115700b0777970c-800wi Hi, my video today is how to make this Post it Note Organizer.  


Here's the list of supplies:
Stamps:  Petal Pizzazz
Ink:  Regal Rose & Kiwi Kiss
Cardstock:  Walk in the Park Designer Paper, Whisper White & Kiwi Kiss
Other:  Large Oval Punch, Sponge, Kiwi Kiss Striped Ribbon & Snail Adhesive


Project measurements:
Kiwi Kiss Cardstock:  8 x 5 1/2 & score @ 3 3/4 on each side, 2 3/4 x 4 3/4
Walk in the Park Designer Paper:  6 x 4 & score @ 1/2" on three sides, 3 1/2 x 5 1/4
Whisper White:  5 x 3 1/2, 2 1/2 x 4 1/2
Kiwi Kiss Ribbon:  5 1/2"

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Date: 8:22 PM | Permalink | Comments (21)


  1. Hi Angie,
    Thanks for the fun Idea and tutorial for the Post It Note Holder. I don’t know how you come up with these ideas. Man you are good!!!

  2. Oh what a fun project! I am eager to make mine! Thank you!! You have THE best tutorials! I check back every single day to see what lovely things you make!

  3. Shariba

    Awesome video. Thank you so much for once again sharing your creative ideas. It is truly appreicated

  4. What a great project – I love it! Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. Doreen

    I just love, love, love your site. All your creations are great.

  6. Hej Angie! Another stunning creation by you. I would love to give it a try – hope to have some crafting time this weekend. Wishing you only the best. Kram – Anki

  7. Betty Murphy

    Cute project. Thanks for sharing another great idea.

  8. Roberta

    I love your notepad card. It is so lovely. Thank you for sharing with me

  9. mj

    what a terrific project! love it! tfs! :)

  10. Margaret

    Once again you have out done yourself! I think of your web site as a daily Christmas present – you never know what you’re going to get until you “open” your web link. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creativity with the rest of us.

  11. Another great project! Thanks so much for sharing and doing all you do for your fans. So now while the baby is asleep and big brother is watching PBS Kids, I’m going to make this project.
    Love you, Angie! Hope you’re feeling better.

  12. Thanks Angie! Love this simple and easy project(but looks like I’m a genuis to the receiver).

    You’re awesome!! Thanks for all you do:)

    Have a great day!


  13. Great idea and project…thanks for sharing.

  14. patty daley


    I love this idea, so very very cute, I will be making alot of these post-it notebooks.

  15. Angie,

    Thank you so much for all of your videos! I am just starting out and they have helped me so much! I love all your ideas! Look forward to seeing more!

  16. Yolanda

    This is really awesome! Thank you for taking the time and filming all your tutorials. I can’t believe how easy this was to make! I am going to pick up some pens today to finish the project!

  17. Hi Angie,

    I love your tutorials. it seems very easy to do that. how i wish i could try that too. thanks again .hope to see more videos on your post!


  18. Sheri

    Angie, Thank you for your tutorial. I especially loved the pocket. The kids and I made the pockets for their project notebooks at school, and we were thrilled with the results. Now they have a spot for their little paper cutouts that is easy to access and won’t fall out. Every project of yours I try is a delight.

  19. Sofia

    Hey awesome video one question those materials are cardbord, construction paper, or what so I can make mine!!!

  20. Donna Muhammad

    I love your very precise and quick and precise instructions. I have blown past some “would be great” tutorials simply because the video was toooooo long. This was the perfect length and I like how you recapped the measurements at the end. This is my first time on your site, but I will certainly be back. Can’t wait to get started on this today!

  21. Donna Muhammad

    Hi, it’s me again. Just wanted to say that I just made this. It was soooooo quick and easy. I love it. Going to make one for my daughter’s little notes. Thanks again for the easy tutorial

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