Hope you are all doing well.
Today we are going to focus on the sticky notepad that we usually
get in the planner main kit.
Sticky notepad is one of my favorite stationery items, because it’s so versatile.
You can use sticky notes not only to plan and take notes but also to craft.
Here are some examples for how I used it in my standard size Daisy Dori.
This month, we’ve got a pretty banner shaped sticky notepad, which I liked so much.
This is perfect to make a banner paperclip as you can see in the picture below.
I glued a sheet of the sticky notes onto the patterned paper and fussy cut it.
I left about 1 cm space on the top edge so that I could fold and glue it over the paperclip.
Then I decorated it with a sticker, enamel dots and the stamp image.
Next, I used them as embellishments for my journal pages.
In the picture below, I just glued one sheet directly onto the page and layered some other embellishments from the kit on top of it.
And on this page, I glued it on a patterned paper, fussy cut it and attached it onto the page for my journaling.
Last but not least, I made some shaker gift tags out of the sticky notes.
The banner shape is perfect to make this kind of project.
I glued some of the sheets on the patterned paper again, so that it’s a little bit sturdier
and then I fussy cut them.
I decorated them using the printables and the stamp images.
Next, I put them into a clear folder with some sequins and fused them using a fuse tool.
Then I cut each of them along the edges, punched a hole on the top and sealed it using an eyelet. That’s it.
I hope this could inspire you to use more of your sticky notepad in other ways than usual.
Thank you so much for joining me today and see you next time.