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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Coaster Memo Boards

Maybe it's the teacher in me, but I can't get enough post-it holders and memo holders! I was at Michael's down the dollar aisle the other day, and I spotted a set of 6 cardboard coasters for $1.00. I knew exactly what I could use them for. I grabbed them and some mini clips.




I used scrapbook paper and cut it a bit bigger than the coaster.




I then wrapped the coaster in the scrapbook paper.




I glued down the edges.




I also cut a piece of white paper to serve as a backing- just to cover up any messy edges.





I clipped on some post-it notes and added some buttons to the bottom because, well, I just kind of like buttons.





It can be displayed anywhere. Hanging on a post, or on the fridge!




Write this down: This would make a nice gift for your child's teacher, or anyone you know who jots down little notes here and there!

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30 comments:

  1. this is so cute! I recently picked up some restaurant coasters from the peddler's mall. hmmm
    gail
    ps I "followed" your blog when I entered the giveaway, but I have not been getting your posts. Thanks for e-mailing me about the win! I will manually add your url to my google reader so I don't miss anything.

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  2. Those are so cute! They would be cute too to attach a photo onto! Good idea! Love the buttons!

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  3. I agree StepherB! Attach photos- great idea!

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  4. Very cute--I think kids would love these mini boards too.

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  5. I saw those same coasters at Michael's this weekend. I should have picked them up!

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  6. What a brilliant idea! I love them. Isn't scrapbooking paper the greatest. There should be an event just for scrpbooking paper projects!! ;-)

    xoxo
    Janie

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  7. These are great and really practical!
    Cindy at Lakewood

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  8. Funn little easy project but so cute and would make a great little gift for anyone. Come say hi sometime.

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  9. very cute and simple... I LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. How charming! Love the button accents! Great idea!

    Cheers!
    Tina

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  11. Oh that is sweet! I agree with a previous commenter. Totally cute for photos.

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  12. Stinking cute!!! So very creative! Thanks for sharing today. Thank you also for linking up to Thrifty Thursday!
    ~Hugs~
    Leigh
    Tales from Bloggeritaville
    www.lbratina.blogspot.com

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  13. Another great project.. I love all of your ideas..

    I made the candle stick and vase candles. Just like yours but added vinyl initials.

    Thanks for joining "Get your craft on Thurs." Hope to see you next week!
    Lori

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  14. Bow that is clever and creative!!~

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  15. Sorry I meant NOW that is clever and creative......!!~:)

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  16. Everyone has a need for little notes here and there! Fun!

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  17. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  18. What fun! Nice idea! Thanks for the demo!

    Redheads rule! :):)

    love, kelee

    Happy S&T Friday!

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  19. I made something kind of similar to this a couple of weeks ago! I love these! What a fun idea for notes! Thanks for sharing!

    http://lindseyscraftlist.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2010-01-18T19%3A31%3A00-07%3A00&max-results=10

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  20. Great blog....feel free to check mine out to!

    Bon @ Drab to FAb

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  21. I am not sure if I just deleted my other comment so this may be my second comment, sorry... I always close the window just as word verification come up!

    Anywho.. I totally love this! Thanks for sharing it at our party!

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  22. Thanks so much for linking these up--they really are smart!

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  23. Very cute, quick and simple -- 3 of my requisites for most projects. Love the buttons along the bottom. Am I the only one who keeps the coasters from restaurants and bars? I'm surprised they even sell blank ones -- tee hee! I just move my water or drink off the coaster onto a napkin so it doesn't get saturated with water, then put the coaster in my purse. Sometimes, when I'm not looking, the waiter will come to fill my glass, notice the coaster is missing and give me another one. Yup, I'm cheap and thrifty.

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