Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Get Organized Set

Hello! Today I have a project to share that will help with organization in my life... :)

It is a pencil holder with note pad and magnetic refrigerator list: I used a few collections from Echo Park Paper to create this (For the Record, Happy Days and Summer Days). They all work well together so it was a good way for me to use up my scraps.

Here is the magnetic refrigerator pad. After you design the pad (which is just a legal pad cut in half lengthwise), you can add adhesive magnetic strips to the back. I love having an easy (and visible) way to keep a running grocery list:


The heart at the top of the pad was cut with My Favorite Things Hearts a Plenty die. I cut the large heart several times and folded it in half and adhered the flaps together to create the dimension.


Here is the pencil holder and note pad:


I created my own little note pad by decorating the front cover and then cutting the inside pages. I simply punched a hole at the top and put a circle ring through it. This way you can easily add or remove pages.



The chipboard tag is by Echo Park (Happy Days) and I added a sentiment from SRM stickers (Life is Good).


I created the matching pen by inserting matching paper in the RSVP pen.



Supply list: Designer paper: Happy Days, For the Record, Summer Days (Echo Park Paper); Chipboard tag- Happy Days (Echo Park Paper); Die- Hearts a Plenty (My Favorite Things); Element stickers- For the Record, Dots & Stripes Metropolitan (Echo Park Paper); sentiment sticker-Life is Good (SRM Stickers); black pearls Recollections, Michael's); mini clothespin; pencil holder (Creatology, Michael's) ; legal pad (cut in half); hemp; RSVP Pen (Pentel); binder clip.




Have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!


15 comments:

Donna said...

Great idea for organization. Pretty colors! Do they match your kitchen? How did you cut the pad. I tried this once and the edges came out so jagged it looked messy! Yours is gorgeous!

CountessLaurie said...

They are so cute. I especially love the dimensional heart. Thanks for sharing!!!

Patti J said...

Cuteness, Cammie!!! What fun! If this is to be a gift for someone, you will be giving a delightful gift! Hugs...

Debby said...

Cute set!!

Allison said...

So cute! Love the colours and papers!

Deborah Anton said...

Darling! Love the colors and coordination!

Susan said...

What a lovely set! Did you ink the edges of your paper pad after cutting?

Kay said...

What a lovely set- I love them! They would make such a great gift, too!

Lori said...

Fantastic, thanks for the inspiration. The colors are so pretty the heart is perfect for dimension.

Glenda J said...

You never cease to blow me away! I absolutely love these. Great work.

Virginia L. said...

This is so beautifully done! Love the colors and 3-D heart design! Thanks for the inspiration!

Dawn Easton said...

Fabulous idea!

Starla said...

Cute set!! This would make great teacher gifts too!!

Elizabeth said...

Fabulous projects! Love your style and your work always catches my eye!

Joanne (jojot) said...

such very sweet projects