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A Flower Sticky Notes Pad

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This easy craft project featuring foam and craft sticks is a great project for kids to make for Mother's Day or teachers gifts. Add a magnet to the back to keep on the fridge for handy notes.

Flower Sticky Notes

Materials:

  • Standard sticky-note pad
  • Foam Paint - FP02 - Yellow
  • Pencil
  • 2 green 6" craft foam sticks, Darice Foamies 1040-88
  • Lo-temp glue gun
  • Scissors
  • 6" fuchsia flower shape, Creative Hands/Big Foam Shapes 42232


Instructions
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  1. Glue back of note pad to center of flower shape.
     
  2. Cut one foam craft stick in half lengthwise. Fold remaining craft stick with sides aligned and ends 1/2" from each other; glue short end in place. Glue between layers near fold, leaving 1" gap between glue at fold and ends to leave opening to hold pencil.
     
  3. Refer to photo for placement and with rounded edges of green foam outward for leaves of flower, glue straight ends of leaves under edge of flower.
     
  4. Use Yellow Foam Paint to print "notes" on one flower petal; paint dots around flower near edge of remaining petals. Let dry.
     
  5. Insert pencil into opening of leaf.

 

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May 1, 2013

My After School Care Children enjoyed making this we substituted some materials using craft sticks scrap scrap booking papers also used a gel pen to decorate the flower petals..

 

Mar 16, 2012

i thank that is good

 

5 Ratings

May 8, 2011

really ,cooooooooooooooool

 

Apr 14, 2011

This is such a neat idea that will work wonders for even the girls school lockers, so they have a note pad to write down what they have to bring home for homework. That way they won't forget anything. That was my kids favorite excuse, I forgot my book at school. So I think I will make these up for my grandkids so my children don't have to hear the same excuses I did. lol

 

Oct 31, 2009

love this craft, great for kids to do.

 

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