I tried to make one of those adorable post it note keychains that I saw on someone else's blog, and just didn't like how it came out for me. I played around with it and came up with my own version. I think they came out pretty dang cute!
You're going to need the following supplies:
Double sided DP (or you can glue two of your fave DP's together)
Scoring tool (I use a bent knitting needle)
About 2" Ribbon
Eyelets or brads
1/32" thick disc Neo magnets---I got mine here .
1" ring clip or keychain embellishments stamps
Measure a piece of cardstock or DP as shown in the pic and score on vertical lines. Cut out.
Using a hole punch, punch two holes about 1/4" in from the edge on the spine of the cover.
Fold a 2" piece of ribbon in half and punch a hole 1/2" from the edge. Insert an eyelet through the paper and the ribbon, and set.
These are the little magnets.
I used the smallest scalloped oval nestabilities to cut out two ovals from contrasting paper.
I stamped 'Notes' on one of the ovals, but left the other one blank. Using a little glue to hold the magnets in place, I attached the ovals/magnets to the front cover and the inside cover.
Use a repositionable glue on the back of the Post it Note book. Let it dry then attach it to the inside of the cover.
Attach a 1" ring clip (from an office supply store) or a key ring to the ribbon.
That's it! These are pretty easy, and they are so cute. Have fun making tons of them!
Simple Alphabet Stamp by Papertry Ink
Aqua Mist Twill ribbon by Papertrey Ink
Nestabilities by Spellbinders
'Mira' collection paper by K & Co.
Ring clips from Staples