Desktop Card Organizer and Notepad Holder

Desktop Card Organizer and Notepad Holder

As crafters we all probably make a ton of cards. But when it comes to sending out those cards, sometimes we don’t get them out as often as we would like. We have to find the card, an envelope, stamps, address label, and even a pen. Sometimes that simple task takes a lot of effort and causes us to miss sending out a card. Here is a desktop organizer that can hold several types of cards, the envelopes to match them, and a drawer underneath that can contain a pen, stamps and even a few return address labels. This makes it so much more convenient to get those cards out. Everything you need is all in one place – right on top of your desk. This would also make a wonderful gift. Also in this project tutorial is a notepad holder to keep track of birthdays, events, or other notes.

Stampin' Up!, Craft Project Central

This lovely and very useful project was designed by Stephanie for Craft Project Central. To get the instructions, simply subscribe to September, or select a 3-, 6-, or 12-month package that includes September.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to Desktop Card Organizer and Notepad Holder

  1. myrosesindecember says:

    I hate that this group makes you pay a subscription fee to get their tutorials.

    Nancy – Sent from my iPad

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  2. buffycooper says:

    I understand. But CPC pays the designers really well, so she has to get compensated too. And the tutorials are very uniform and well-written. I know sometimes it’s taken me about 8 hours to edit and watermark photos and write the tutorial/supply list. That doesn’t include the time creating the project (and thinking up the idea!). And although it looks like it’s $10 for five (or six, if you get the bonus) designs, you really get instructions for at least two projects and usually more.

    That said – most of the designers give away “blog candy” each month. All you need to do is leave a comment on a project on the CPC site (not on individual blogs) and you’ll be entered in a random drawing for that month’s tutorial. And, of course, there’s the monthly sketch challenge. For every 10 entries, one is randomly chosen to win a free subscription. You should enter! This month’s sketch is super fun!

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