Crafting with Post-it Notes

We love taking inspiration from everyday items and the stormy weather has been perfect for staying indoors and getting crafty. 3M have just launched Post-it Notes Colour Cubes, packs of Post-it Notes in a range of vibrant hues. We were sent a selection of the new Post-it Notes Colour Cubes and challenged to create a piece of Post-it artwork with our favourite colours.

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Over the last week we’ve been inspired to have some fun indoors and so far we’ve made a photo booth backdrop, origami boxes and a temporary racetrack for cars!

We decided to create a London picture as the toddler loves maps at the moment. I let him pick the colours so we used the blue/green Post-it Notes Colour Cube.

First of all we copied the outline of Greater London onto a number of Post-it Notes and cut around it as closely as we could.

Then we chose our favourite London landmarks and copied them onto green Post-it Notes.

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Finally we covered a canvas in the remaining colours to give a colourful backdrop to our picture and placed everything on top. A London picture created from Post-it Notes and a pair of scissors. What do you think?

Post-it note London

Don’t forget to check out the Post-it UK Facebook page for more ideas.  This post has been sponsored by 3M who provided a blank canvas and selection of Post-it Notes.

crafting with post-it notes

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Filed under crafts, handmade, London

One Response to Crafting with Post-it Notes

  1. Helen

    I love it, fab idea. You could use them for so many creative things.

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