Yes, It's Challenge #5 -- Organize!
Did you know that once upon a time, people lived without sticky notes? (Note careful avoidance of trademarked names... :P) Thank goodness someone recognized this void in our lives! Sticky notes are a powerful organizing tool. Think of the dark days when fluttering, torn scraps of paper were all you could use to, say, mark articles in a magazine to read later! Or flag your favourite recipes to try in a new cookbook! Or denote paragraphs to cite in that important term paper you're writing! Not to mention all the to-do reminders that you can safely and securely stick anywhere you might need them.
Sticky notes don't have to be just plain, however. It takes only a few minutes to turn them into an elegant desk accessory.
Then, whenever need or inspiration strikes, your sticky notes are close at hand:
I made this sticky-note holder using the clear and easy directions at Splitcoast Stampers. On a base of SU Ruby Red cardstock, I layered white cardstock with three different AmberINK iPapers, SpinPin -- Holiday: Black Tie regular & tiny; and Schoolgirl Plaid -- Fire and Ash: Tiny. I could have used a regular golf pencil, but why when I could use a shiny, cow-splatted one! I didn't add ribbon to my holder; when you're brilliant but not patient *wink* you can't take the time to undo a ribbon to get at those sticky notes!
Check out AmberINK's INKredible 21-Day Challenge and join in on the fun... and get organized! ☺
Supplies: white & SU ruby red cardstock, AmberINK iPapers: Spin Pin -- Holiday: Black Tie regular & tiny and Schoolgirl Plaid -- Fire and Ash: tiny, sticky notes, pencil
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