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Happy Thanksgiving Removable Post It Sign – Cricut Decor

Happy Thanksgiving…in a few weeks. 😉

It’s November!  Time to switch out the Halloween decor on my red Cricut Expression to something non-spider, non-spooky. 😉  This time I decided to use the Post It Craft Paper that Post It/3M sent me.  I really love this stuff.  Remember that Happy Haunting sign I made with it?  I moved that thing from the bag I last had it on to my front door.  I put it in the center of my Fall wreath for Halloween and it looked great.  You know what?  It’s still sticky enough to put somewhere.  Too bad Halloween is over. 🙁  Oh well…On to pumpkin pie Thanksgiving.

BEFORE I went all Thanksgiving on it.

It took me a while to get the vinyl off my Cricut.  IDK why this vinyl was so stuck on.  I had to use Goo Gone to help me get it all off.  Normally, it’s not that difficult to remove indoor/Cricut vinyl.

HERE’S WHAT  I USED:

I used Beacon Adhesive’s Fabri-Tac to attach that pretty ribbon to the sides of the craft Post It paper.  That Post It paper was pretty impressive.  I was able to cut it on the Cricut, use that Stampin Up paper punch on it, glue ribbon on it with Fabri-Tac, use Tulip’s Glam-It-Up cordless crystal & stud heat setting tool to set some Tulip crystals and it held the other craft Post-it paper Stickled Happy Thanksgiving as well.  That really does impress me.  I don’t remember where I got that ribbon.  I bought it last year.

Here’s the Cricut cutting the Post-It Craft paper.

Here’s how the “Happy Thanksgiving” cut looked before I added Stickles.  This cut is from the Thanksgiving Seasonal Cricut cartridge.  I like punches.  This paper punched out easily.  YAY!

Here’s the sign AFTER STICKLES and during it’s crystal blinging from the Tulip Glam-It-Up tool.  You can find these Tulip tools in Michael’s.  I think I’ve found them in the T-shirt aisle with all the Tulip paint. 😉

SIMPLE application!!  Just peel the backing off of the Post-It craft paper and stick it on whatever you want to stick it on…in this case my Cricut Expression!

All made over and ready for the upcoming holiday.  What’s nice is that I can peel this off and stick it somewhere else if I want to.  So fun!

Well, I’m off to work on some  more crafty posts.  I hope you have a GREAT DAY!!

If you missed my new stamps…I hope you’ll go take a look!

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47 Comments

  1. Super cute idea!! I have not played with the Post-it craft paper.... but I can see that I am going to have to!!
  2. I just love the way you glamed up the Thanksgiving title. Great Job. I am really liking this post-it craft paper. Going to make a trip to my craft store and get some. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Joy, What a super cool idea. I have never heard of this paper before, but I will now be looking for it. What a great way to decorate for the Holidays. Thanks so much for sharing Stacy
  4. It seems like this paper is a big hit with everyone. I'll have to look for it. My E doesn't get anywhere near the attention yours does....no dressing up here!!
  5. Joy I just have to say I came across your website by accident while searching the internet for cricut informaiton. I looked back at all of the crafts you did during October and just loved them. I have been back everyday since (your now added to the top of my favorites list). I'll be watching your site just to see what cool crafts your going to put out for Thanksgiving and Christmas. You inspire me, the crafter wanna be, to try and do new things. Thank you!
  6. Great idea, that post-it craft paper really is great. I used it to make some bedroom decoration of Hello Kitty. They cut beautifully and was able to move them when placed wrongly so easily. Kim xXx
  7. Joy...another cute project to get us ready to eat turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie! I mean to decorate for the holiday! Thank you!!
  8. Joy you are just oh so crafty! I love coming here for inspiration. I have to say I love Thanksgiving better than Halloween and can't wait until Xmas to see what you do then! Do you Decorate you whole house for the holidays? I can only imagine ;). Amy bmarkr
    1. Bmarkr (Amy), I do decorate the whole house for the holidays. :) Today DH just declared that we're putting up our (fake) tree before Thanksgiving. I'll enjoy having that up for Thanksgiving. However, I hope my cat doesn't have to keep being chased away from it. He was better last year, but he likes to try and climb the trees. Ugh. I put 2 corner trees up in our front foyer and I love them the best! I want to buy some of those little (fake) feathery birds from the craft stores to decorate them, but I still haven't done that and they're expensive when you need a lot x 2. Thank you Amy! ~Joy~
  9. I wish I could find this paper locally. I swear I live at the end of the world. It takes months to get the newest stuff and then its old to everyone else. Nice job
  10. Your Expression is so lucky! It gets a new look every holiday and/or season. I like the sign you made for Thanksgiving.
  11. OMG, Joy, when I first glanced at this, it looked like a cake, complete w/ icing. Here I thought you spent many tedious hours creating the vine. :-) It's super lookin'!! :-)
  12. I love how you "dress up" your E. I'm gonna have to get on the ball and start! Deanne G dgutierez1@msn.com
  13. Love it....Will you come decorate my house?!? Thanks for the Post-it love, Joy!! You do wonderful things with it. Have you posted this our our FB wall? For those of you looking for Post-it Craft Paper, JoAnn Stores (bigger ones), Joann.com and Amazon.com - Joy has links to both...
  14. Decorating your cricut cracks me up. It looks great, as usual with your projects. Can't wait for the Christmas ideas.
  15. saw the little reverse tweezers. those are one of my most used tools. I mostly do cards and they are great for holding the layers of paper so I can see where I want to place them without having my big hand blocking the view.
  16. Beacon Adhesive’s Fabri-Tac is the best I can not sew I use this all the time for little fixes that I need done to cloths. I love your sign and the fact that you can restick your Halloween is great Thanks, Teri teri.barefoot@gmail.com
  17. Great project! I love that ribbon, it's the perfect touch! I still have not found the Post-it craft paper.
  18. My Cricut looks so naked now! Love this! I guess I'm going to get some of that paper. I don't want to have trouble with removing vinyl! And I want my Cricut dressed for the season!
  19. I really like how you decorate your Cricut (what have you named him/her???)! It's just so very festive...I'll bet it just makes you want to dig in to the holiday crafting! --Tracy rushta@gmail.com
    1. Hi Tracy, My red Cricut Expression is named "Dean" after the older brother in the tv show "Supernatural". ;) I have a white (well, it's been painted purple now) Expression named "Sam". He's the younger brother in Supernatural. My baby bug is named "Cass" after the angel in Supernatural. Thank you! :D ~Joy~
  20. How festive are you?! I love the way you decorate your Cricut every month!!! :) And I love your new stamps, by the way!!!!!!!!!!! I know what to ask for now for Christmas! Thanks for sharing, Jennifer
  21. I love it! I love using stickles also. I haven't tried ti post it craft paper. TFS Susan shanna13@frontiernet.net
  22. Loving how you dress up your Cricut. I just heard about this paper today when I was on Joanns.com and put it on my wish list for Christmas. The colors are great and I am excited to try it!
  23. I love that you decorate your cricut for all occasions. I bought a cricut last year and just starting using it. I love all of the ideas you have given, Iit makes me realize I can use my cricut for so much more.
  24. This is one of my favorite cartridges right now... and I like how you spruced up the words and the cricut... I'm gonna do something like that... I better it get started before it's time for Christmas! LOL :)

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