DIY {stationery set}

A few dear friends hosted a dinner for me in honor of our coming baby girl. They went to great effort to make it super girly, but also very me. Little touches like all my favorite desserts instead of a cake, several making gifts instead of purchasing them, an incredibly girly location and awesome food. I wanted to do something handmade as gifts for them, but it is always hard for me to think of what to make people…so I opted for a very practical stationery set. Everyone can use paper, right?!

Some detail shots of what was included:

Notepads: cute paper glued to the top and back using spray adhesive

Matchbook Notepads: I cut blank white paper into 4×4 squares then stapled it inside more cute scrapbooking paper…folded like a matchbook

Magnet Post-it Note holder: I covered 4×4 pieces of chipboard with scrapbooking paper then covered in Mod Podge. I spray painted paper clips for the top, glued magnets to the backs and added the Post-It Notes.

Flower cards: Just picked petals off a silk hydrangea and glued them to blank cards. Simple enough.

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  • christina larsen - I love this idea. Too CUTE.

  • Jeannette Swan - This would make great teacher gifts…I’ll have to remember it. Love it!!

  • Lisa Keen - What a cute idea! I bet they loved them.

  • Melissa - These are fantastic ideas – thank you so much for sharing them.
    I can’t wait to try these

  • amy stamm - soo cute!!! super cute! bet they loved them..the party seemed nice for ya too…Dont cha love friends!!!

  • Yvonne Jacobson - I am continually inspired by your blog EVERYDAY!! Always giving me great & new ideas…I so can’t wait to see the baby’s room!!! Thanks for sharing your DIY projects!

  • lesley - These are so cute. Can I commission you to make some for me!?

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  • Jen - I have looked through about a zillion of your ideas & i am just sitting here witih my jaw dropped. All of these ideas seem SO cute & simple. I want to try every single one I click on. As if I weren’t craft obsessed enough…I hope mine turn out 1/4 as precious as yours. I’ll send pics if that happens!

    Thanks so much for sharing your great ideas-

  • Stacey - I have been looking for a cute note book idea to make for my Bible study that starts on the 14th. I love this!

    By the way, are you on Twitter? I am subscribing to your blog, but I would love to follow you!

    I am @stacey29lincoln,

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  • Lynde Ulmer - can you tell me what type spray adhesive you used to make the scrap book paper notepads? so cute!

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