Easy DIY Sticky Notepad Holders W/video

2 Materials
30 Minutes

Have you ever had to come up with a last minute gift for someone? I did! My daughter came home from school and said, "It's teacher appreciation week and tomorrow is the last day." Ack!! At first, I thought about heading to the store and buying something, but then I remembered that I had these little acrylic frames and a bunch of Post-It notes.

Watch the video above to see how to created this cute sticky notepad holder and how easy they were to do.

Here is a close up picture of the flexible sign holder by Deflecto that I used to hold the pen.

For more info and for the products used please visit my blog post link HERE.

Suggested materials:

  • Deflecto  (amazon)
  • Post-Its  (amazon)

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Nadine Carlier

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


Have a question about this project?

3 questions
  • Chris
    on Dec 5, 2016

    What is the name of the glue you used and the item used hold pen. I couldn't make out the name on the video.

    • Jewellmartin
      on Jul 12, 2017

      I have an acrylic stand-up clipboard that would be perfect for this. I might keep a few thank you cards in the clip and the Post It Notes at the bottom. One thing would remind me of the other. And I never thought of attaching a pen. Thank you 😇
  • Cdo13305809
    on Apr 21, 2017

    Would the post it note stay on if you just took off the back?
    • Nadine Carlier
      on Apr 21, 2017

      Most likely not since the adhesive they use is repositionable so you can peel the papers off. It would stay until you tried to pull a post sheet off then the entire pad would come off too.
  • Sha21534487
    on Sep 6, 2017

    How do you reuse after the stickies are all used?

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  • Jeanne
    on Mar 28, 2020

    I agree that the written instructions would be very helpful and a clear list of all materials used. I would also like to know if small ceramic tile would work for a more professional design

    • Nadine Carlier
      on Mar 29, 2020

      Hello, I wrote this post 4 yrs ago. The platform was very different back then and products used were not allowed. However, in the description of my video has a list of the products with links but since I made it so long ago I dont know if what I used is still available or not. I’m sure the tile would work and would look great. I’m not a professional, I’m just a mom that shared something I made for my daughters teachers.

  • Sonya
    on Mar 28, 2020

    Wow-Jeanne I love the idea of the tile!

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