This is a cute little post-it note holder which uses 4" x 4" coasters to create the front and back cover. I saw the idea on Splitcoast stampers, but couldn’t find a tutorial, so I blundered through it, taking pictures all the while, in the hopes that if it turned out, I’d have a tutorial to post for you. So, here it is! Supplies: – two 4" x 4" coasters – two sheets of 6" x 6" designer paper – a sheet of cardstock cut at 7-15/16" by 3-3/4" – craft ink to match the designer paper – sticky tape.
Step 1: Score both your sheets of designer paper at 1" on all four sides
Step 2: Fold along all the score lines, then cut out the corners as shown above
Step 3: Working at each of the corners, fold in each flap so that it is flush with the score line as shown in the picture above
Step 4: In the same was as in step 3, fold in all the corners as shown above.
Step 5: Cut off all of the little corner flaps that you folded using your paper trimmer.
Step 6: This is what your designer paper should look like after all the corners have been cut off.
Step 7: Ink up the corners of each coaster using the craft ink
Step 8: Tape the coaster to the center of the designer paper and start folding over the edges. Tape the edges down using Sticky Strip.
Step 9 :This is what your coaster should like with all the ends folded up.
Step 10: Take your cardstock piece and score at 3-13/16", flip to the other side and do the same (basically on both sides you are scoring from the outer edge in). Fold along the score lines.
Step 11: Center one of the sides onto one of the coasters, attach using double sided tape or sticky strip
Step 12: Center the othe side of the cardstock to the second coaster. Your holder is now complete
Step 13: Attach the post it note to the center of one of the coasters using sticky tape. Your project is now ready to be decorated as you desire. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!