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Alaska Achievers July Blog Hop ~ Christmas Organizer

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Alaska Achievers July Blog Hop ~ Christmas Organizer

by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator



Whisper White Cardstock - #100730

Old Olive Cardstock - #100702

Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper - #146921


Snail Adhesive - #104332

Multipurpose Liquid Glue - #110755

Stampin’ Dimensionals - #104430

Bone Folder - #102300

Simply Scored Scoring Tool - #122334

Stampin’ Trimmer - #126889

Scalloped Tag Topper - #133324

Envelope Punch Board - #133774

Paper Snips - #103579

3/8” Cotton Ribbon - #146925


  • Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper – cut to 11” x 12”; score in half on the 12” side @ 6” – turn and score at 3” for the bottom pocket


  • On the front of each pocket, punch a slot at 3” using the Envelope Punch Board
  • Fold up the bottom for the pocket and crease it with the Bone Folder
  • Fold in half on the 6” line to create an inside pocket
  • Punch the three holes on the sides that are open
  • Adhere the farthest edges of the outside pockets and then the long outer edge of the entire pocket. Place in a 7” x 9” three-ring notebook.
  • Run the labels onto Whisper White Paper and cut them out.  Download Christmas organizer book smaller size 
  • Adhere them to the pockets where you want them.




  • Make some tags with Old Olive Cardstock strips cut a smidgen under 2”. Punch with the Scalloped Tag Topper. Tie a 5” length through the hole and knot.



  • Decorate the cover as you want. This notebook can be decorated with any other accessories you would like.




If you would like a file of the above project, click the link below:

Download Alaska Cruise Christmas Organizer

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