Printing On Post-It Notes

printing on post-it notesThis is such a clever idea! It never even occurred to me that you could print on post-it notes! I think this is proof that I am not thinking outside the box enough. :-)

Must work on that!

Found this helpful tutorial and template at SugarDoodle.net

There are a lot more step-by-step instructions out there on the internet. Just ask my friend Google.

Basically it boils down to this:
1 Download a template for typing up post-it notes. I suppose you could make your own (margins 2.5 in. wide & 2.7 in. high)…but why????
2 Type your message into each box. (Using copy and paste of course!)
3 Print the document as you normally would, apply a post-it note over each typed message.
4 With the post-it notes covering the typed messages, place paper into manual feeder of your printer. Print the page again.
5 Impress your friends, family, co-workers, students, etc with how clever you are!

printing on post-it notes
And here’s another fun twist to the idea at one of my favorite blogs:

Wild Olive

Print out her cute heart PDF template to use for leaving “love notes” for your kids, your sweetie, your boss (maybe not), or whoever! :-)

 

 

printing on post-it notes

 

Oh….and here’s ANOTHER idea from a great blog:  Giverslog.com

A sticky note ADVENT CALENDAR!    

Sooooo clever!






Now go get printing! 

(bet you come up with something even MORE clever)!

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Comments

  1. Charlene says

    AAhhh!!! I think I'll use the Wild Olive template for making some Operation Beautiful sticky notes!!!

  2. Jonny says

    That is a superb tip, thank you very much for that! I was looking for a way to add a special offer to leaflets that I have already had printed – you’ve saved me from printing more leaflets.

  3. Larlow says

    I have done this in the past. I envision a mini printer for post it notes. Not because I am lazy but because my writing looks like a second graders!!!

  4. Lenore says

    Really! What kind of awesome-ness will you come up with next. I follow your blog on my own time, but today at the office needed this little gem to save some time, and look who Google found for me! Thanks for everything!

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