Hello, Crafty Peeps!
I am back with another Stationery Box. This one I created as a gift for the young lady who works in the front office of my Physical Therapy practice. I have reached my Medicare Cap for this year, so I will not see her again until next year.
I have been hoarding Pink Paislee and Webster Pages papers for years. I am so glad I saved them because they are perfect for my current fixation on Stationery Boxes as gifts.
I try to vary the contents based on the recipient. Taylor is a college student, so instead of 3"x5" cards and gift tags, I included additional post-it notes and a small composition book in her box.
I left the small pocket empty, but before I gave it to her I added a few small clothespins (with the days of the week on them) and a few fancy paper clips.
I totally forgot to pay attention to my paper design when cutting the triangles for my post-it note cover. Fortunately, I had a scrap left that matched up kinda okay when I added the magnetic closure.
There are many iterations of what to include with your box. Some folks do calendars, others make small notebooks. I like the idea of post-it notes because they can be refilled.
I am thinking of eliminating the stamp holder from my next SB. Not many young people use snail mail these days. I have an idea what I will add in its place. Can't wait to try it out on the box I am currently working on.
Thanks for stopping by!
I hope you have found some inspiration here!