February 21, 2009

Post-its

I received a free sample of this Sticky Picture Paper from Post-it awhile back......I wasn't sure what I'd do with it but hey, "it's free" right? Who can pass up free? So, today I created the "Create Everyday" sign with Erica Hite's Creative Spirit Collection from this month's Scrapgirls Club. See collection HERE


I printed it out on the Post-it paper and put it in my new Journal. Isn't it cute?




However, I'm a little disappointed that when it printed it left a white band on one side( see the right side). So, I'll have to play with this next time I go to print something on this paper. I think I'll have to resize to 3x5 then print it on the 4x6paper.

4 comments:

llaxton said...

Very cute! I am impressed that you make time to journal! Adding to my blog is the closest I get to journaling....

My Perspective said...

Thanks llaxton, it's really more about "brain dumping" then about anything poetic, LOL!

Shalae said...

These are pretty cool. Do they only have adhesive on one side like a post it or is the whole back adhesive?

My Perspective said...

Shalae, they have adhesive on the
top and the bottom of the 6 inch side.

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