Lookin' Sharp Sharpie Gifts

Lookin’ Sharp Sharpie Gifts – True Gentleman Suite

By PaperedChef, December 31, 2017

Lookin' Sharp Sharpie Gifts

Ingredients:

Truly Tailored stamp set by Stampin’ Up
True Gentleman designer series paper
Night of Navy Corduroy Ribbon
Tailored Tag Punch
Scalloped Tag Topper Punch
¾” Circle Punch
Fresh Fig ink
Tranquil Tide ink
Fresh Fig card stock
Very Vanilla card stock
Rolling adhesive
Dimensionals or foam adhesives
Sharpie markers

Recipe:

These DIY Sharpie gifts are simple to make. They are not only great masculine gifts, they are also perfect for teacher appreciation gifts. To create the Sharpie holder, cut the True Gentleman designer series paper into 10” by 2” strips. Turn the dsp horizontally and then score at 3” and 3 ¾” and fold. Punch the top with the Scallop Tag Topper punch. Use the ¾” circle punch to make a hole for the Sharpie. Then add rolling adhesive to seal it. Slip in the Sharpie and add one Removal Glue Dot near the top to hold it down. Cut a 7” piece of Night of Navy Corduroy Ribbon and loop it through the top.

Scalloped Tag Topper Punch
Item Number: 133324

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6 Comments

  1. janet says:

    This is a great project!

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks Janet, I’ve already had a positive response when I gave these as gifts.

  3. Karen says:

    These are so cool! I just bought a batch of Sharpies and couldn’t remember what I saw on the Internet for using them. Now I don’t need to remember because you have given me a new idea! This is a fantastic project and I can’t wait to try making them. Thank you for the instructions.

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  5. Barbara Allen says:

    I’m making mine just a little different for a friend who had cancer of the vocal chords and can no longer speak. I haven’t made it yet so I’m not sure it will work but this is what I’m doing. I’ll be cutting the strips 3″ X 10″ and making two of them to put back to back. On the front piece will be the Sharpie and maybe a regular pen if it fits. In the pocket on the back, I’ll be putting blank strips of paper so he’ll have it handy to write notes/messages to people. He’s going to Las Vegas with me but I’ll be at On Stage and this will allow him an easy way to communicate when I’m not around – like ordering a large Coke, asking where the restroom is, placing a food order and so on.

    Thank you for the basic idea.

  6. PaperedChef says:

    Thank you all for your comments. Barbara, I would love to see a picture of what you came up with for your fried who went to OnStage with you. These ended up being my ShoeBox swap at a workshop that I attended the night before OnStage.

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