My Sheri Crafts #83

Welcome to another week with My Sheri Crafts.  The theme this time around is all about monograms.  Create any project with monograms as your focal point.  I've been meaning to make "post-it note" covers to give away as gifts.  I found this week's theme to be the perfect time to finally do this. 

I bought a 10-pack "post-it notes" with bright colors.  2 each of white, pink, aqua, green, and orange.  I just happened to have a paper pack that I got from My Sheri Crafts store to fit the colors.    I used the Euphoria collection for the following covers which matched perfectly with the white, pink, aqua, and green "post-it notes"

I used the Gypsy collection, also available at My Sheri Crafts store, to use up the remaining 2 orange "post-it notes"
  • Cover size (closed) - 3" x 3"
  • Cover size (open) - 3" x 6.5"
  • Papers - Basic Gray
  • Sizzix - leafy branch
  • Spellbinder - Lacy Squares
  • Cricut cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook - monogram letters
These little "post-it notes" were made specifically for each of the wonderful ladies that help me keep RAQ's Card Sketch Challenge alive.  The talented ladies that currently take turn hosting each week (Tami, Michelle, Sandy, Josie, Lydia, Cindy, and Sue), were sent one of the covers with the Euphoria papers.  The 2 orange ones went to two special ladies (Dee and Donna), that also help the challenge going.  Shhhh... don't tell them!


  1. These are so pretty!! What a great idea!
    And so sweet of you to make them for your ladies!

  2. Your monogrammed Post-it-Note pads are AWESOME, Raquel! Sooo pretty with those gorgeous papers and flowers in both purples & orange! LOVE that you added that signature feather too!!! Fabulous gifties!!!

  3. Wahoo, I am one of the lucky recipients! I am so excited! Raquel, these post it notes are fabulous! They are beautiful in both of the colors you chose! A big THANK YOU ahead of time! I can't wait, and have something to look forward to!

  4. These are great Raq! I love the and your feather embellie just really sets them off! I have yet to try using feathers, but I think you are going to get me started! :)