Wednesday, December 22, 2010


This is my post-it tree.

This is my workdesk for it:
It was mostly made by the passionate yet introverted Tess Nelson and her venerable Doctor cohort, Zach. Regardless, it was made under my dictatorship gentle suggestion. It is in my apartment. Win.
The pink ones are this iPaper
I think everyone should have a post-it tree. Mom told me to make one and boy am I glad we did. It's such a fun spot to write at now. Everyone who comes over can make a holiday note on it. True perfection.
This year I am making all of my gifts. I wish I could say this was the last one, but it's on my workdesk tonight at any rate.

I am creating a grand project. It'll probably take all 2011. This is one of the 'A's in my 'alphabet of happiness'. This one is going to my queen of all joy, Tomomi. She keeps me on pins and needles, in more ways than one.

What letters are in your alphabet of happiness?
Happy Wednesday, and if this is the last time we see you before the holiday, MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!! XOXO
Now scurry on over to our gal Julias!


Brittany said...

Post-It tree = genius. I miss you.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Pam! The letter in my alphabet is H for HAPPY to have a giveaway on my blog! Stop by and enter to win! Your project sounds awesome!
Go big!

jude said...

Wow fab post it tree what a fab idea.Think i need one of those all year round then i may not suffer from Brain
Wishing you and yours a Very Merry Christmas and Happy ,Haealthy,Crafty New Year
Hugs judex

Chrissie said...

Great idea about the post-it tree.
I think my holiday letter would be F for family. We are going to spend Christmas and her birthday (on the 28th) with my daughter Libby and her husband and our darling granddaughter Daisy. She is due to have a new sister or brother on January 29th... a very exciting time for our family!
Have a blessed Christmas!

Shirl said...

The coolest tree ever!

Just dropping by to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a wonderful holiday.

Hugs, Shirl

Neet said...

What a brilliant idea the tree is! Not sure what my letter would be but I certainly like what you are creating with your letter A. Happy WOYWW.
Happy Crimbo.

JoZart said...

Wonderful ideas! Have a Happy WOYWW Crafty Christmas!
JoZarty x

peggy aplSEEDS said...

what a wonderful idea your post it tree is! and i thing handmade gifts are the best but i didn't get to make any this year. maybe i should start for next year! a blessed and joyful Christmas to you!

Marjo said...

Loving the post it note tree...kind of scared to put one up telling what someone may

Happy Holidays and creative crafting in the New Year. Hugs, Marjo no

Twiglet said...

Great idea - the post it tree. Have a merry Christmas and a crafty and healthy New Year!

Minxy said...

Your post it tree is quality, never seen anything like it, and i just love the humorous art work, poor hedgehog lol
Happy WOYWW & Happy Christmas too
hugs Minxy #4

Amberbop said...

Aww, thanks girls! It really is a sight to behold.

Chelle said...

What a neat idea. #58

Katie said...

Awesome idea! WIN for sure!

Katie (47)

Vicki B in OP NY said...

Cool post-it tree idea. I have to keep that one in mind. It is beautiful. Wonderful Christmas wishes to you, Vicki #21

Katie said...

I've been adding bags of Chamomile tea to the rice bags :) I have one with just plain rice and I love it too! THanks for dropping by!


sandra de said...

what a clever idea and everyone can have their say brilliant.
Have a lovely christmas
Sandra #81

Julie E said...

Fun idea! This will definitely be a conversation starter for all who enter :>)
My letter would be B for my pup Bolt - he is just the sweetest little (ok, not so little) Westie :>) And yes, he is a Westie and he is sweet and cuddly and we still love him even when he eats thru all the cords on the blowups outside. Admittedly, I am not too much a fan of the Christmas blowups...perhaps he sensed that and took care of 'em for me. I guess that means I need to add intuitive to the list :>)

Amberbop said...

Julie, I have never met a Westie without a fitting name. They're all "Bolt" or "Trigger" or in my grandmother's case "Tazzy" - short for Little Tasmanian Devil. My grandmother would approve of your puppy's habit. She hates the blow ups too. How can they hate the blow ups?

Helen said...

What a fabulous idea the post-it tree is, and it looks gorgeous.
Happy Christmas - and good luck with that project!

Carmen said...

Fabulous idea! Looks amazing and just think of all the lovely notes you'l have at the end of it!

I love your acupunctured fox!

Merry Christmas!

Carmen #80

Maggie's Crafts said...

Great pics! Thank you for sharing.:)

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Merry Christmas!


Emily Leiphart said...

What a beautiful post-it note tree!! Your A is for Acupuncture drawing is WAAAY too cute! Racoons using porcupine needles? MWAHAHAHA! I love that! I would SO buy that stamp. ;)