How do I know that this will be the best Christmas present ever? Just look at the facts:
Fact: These days most of us turn to the internet for recipes.
Fact: If you have kids, you can never find an ipad or other tablet when you need it.
Fact: You hate smearing raw meatloaf all over your screen.
None Not all your friends and relatives
appreciate your handmade art, but it is hard to go wrong with something cute
for the kitchen.
I discovered this tablet holder at Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts and thought it might come in handy. When I discovered how easy-peasy it was to assemble and decorate, I fell in love.
Think about it. Using this means you now have a designated place for your tablet--that way it is less likely to get toted off to the kitchen table, stuck among the couch cushions or dropped in the toilet--ew. Plus! Since it is nicely propped so you can refer to a recipe, you won't get raw ingredients smeared all over it. This is especially good if the last kiddo brought it into the bathroom. Ew again.
I took some lovely tutorial pictures for this project, but my SD card decided to act like a politician and corrupt itself. (Sorry about that reference. Still suffering from a little election PTSD). Honestly though, this project is so easy you don't need a tutorial.
Just measure and cut pieces of cardstock for the front back and top of the holder. Adhere the cardstock to the chipboard. Insert the chipboard tabs into the slots and glue the whole thing together. Then just add an embellishment, like the cute little rolling-pin I used.
This is the third installment of my guest designers posts for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. Please stop by their blog and tell them how much you adore me. Or...if all the talk about meatloaf and toilets disgusted you, stop by their blog and tell them how much you adore them--because they are ever so much classier than me.
Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive
Miniature Rolling Pin