More Legal Pads

Third time was a charm.  Here is the video on the covered legal pads. 

Jr. Legal Pad Cover Paper Measurements

  • Cover:  8″ x 11.5″, scored at 5.5″, 6″, and 6.5″
  • Front Cardstock Layer:  4-3/4″ x 7-3/4″
  • Front Designer Series Paper Layer:  4-1/2″ x 7-1/2″
  • Top of Legal Pad Designer Series Paper:  1″ x 5″
  • Designer Series Paper for RSVP pen:  1″ x 3-3/8″

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Here is another legal pad cover for the Holidays.  I used the Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper and the Christmas Postcard single stamp.  Both of these items will be available to order September 1st.  The corners of the front panel are accented with the new antique brads.

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This legal pad cover features a few of my favorite new items from the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog.  I used the Playdate Designer Series Paper, the Greeting Card Kids stamp set, and Brights Designer Buttons.  I like to have a few items for sale that would be nice for teachers and I think this fits the bill.

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If I do any shows before Halloween, I like to throw in a few spooky items and they usually sell like hotcakes.  For this legal pad, I used a combination of products from the big catalog and the upcoming 2010 Holiday mini.  The Wicked Cool stamp set, Bat punch and large scallop circle punch are from the big catty.  You’ll be able to purchase the Nite Owl designer series paper on September 1st when the Holiday Mini goes live.

I’ll be back on Monday with another great craft fair idea and I’ll be discussing what to make and how to price your items. 

Happy Stampin’

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More Legal Pads

Third time was a charm.  Here is the video on the covered legal pads. 

Jr. Legal Pad Cover Paper Measurements

  • Cover:  8″ x 11.5″, scored at 5.5″, 6″, and 6.5″
  • Front Cardstock Layer:  4-3/4″ x 7-3/4″
  • Front Designer Series Paper Layer:  4-1/2″ x 7-1/2″
  • Top of Legal Pad Designer Series Paper:  1″ x 5″
  • Designer Series Paper for RSVP pen:  1″ x 3-3/8″

Instructions-001

Christmaspostcardlegal Christmaspostcardcloseup

Here is another legal pad cover for the Holidays.  I used the Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper and the Christmas Postcard single stamp.  Both of these items will be available to order September 1st.  The corners of the front panel are accented with the new antique brads.

GCKlegalpad GCKcloseup

This legal pad cover features a few of my favorite new items from the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog.  I used the Playdate Designer Series Paper, the Greeting Card Kids stamp set, and Brights Designer Buttons.  I like to have a few items for sale that would be nice for teachers and I think this fits the bill.

Wickedcoollegalpad Wickedcoolcloseup

If I do any shows before Halloween, I like to throw in a few spooky items and they usually sell like hotcakes.  For this legal pad, I used a combination of products from the big catalog and the upcoming 2010 Holiday mini.  The Wicked Cool stamp set, Bat punch and large scallop circle punch are from the big catty.  You’ll be able to purchase the Nite Owl designer series paper on September 1st when the Holiday Mini goes live.

I’ll be back on Monday with another great craft fair idea and I’ll be discussing what to make and how to price your items. 

Happy Stampin’

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Order Stampin' Up!

9 COMMENTS

  1. Sue from Oregon | 29th Aug 10

    What a great project!!!

  2. Kris Kilkenny (Paper Fairy) | 30th Aug 10

    Your video was wonderful! Thank you so much for posting it. I know that takes a lot of work. I love the vintage kids one, but the Halloween one is now my favorite. And thanks for showing the simple one too. It’s a great reminder that the Stampin’ Up! Desiger Series Paper is cute enough on it’s own.

  3. elana | 3rd Sep 10

    Love these! Out of curiosity, how much do you sell them for at craft fairs?

  4. Dee in N.H. | 3rd Sep 10

    Great project and tutorial! I can’t wait to try it. TFS

  5. Melissa | 3rd Sep 10

    $4-$5, depending on the embellishments.

  6. Phyllis Dahlstrom | 3rd Oct 10

    I love the Christmas one, but I can’t figure out what color you stamped the words with. What color did you use?

  7. Kristi | 6th Oct 10

    Thank you for the tutorial. Loved it. Hope to make some of these for gifts this year.

  8. Pamelamma | 18th May 11

    Fabulous notepads!! Thanks for the great tutorial.

  9. Alessandra | 6th Jan 12

    These are a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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