Naughty or Nice…Check it Twice


Continuing with Christmas today on the JustRite Mega Font Blog Hop … I promised my mom a few weeks ago that I would make a few things for her to contribute to the annual craft bazaar that is coming up. I thought these little list pads would be cute for her to take.

Last year, I realized that I liked mixing my JustRite fonts (on sale thru 9/24) with fun stamp images and sentiments for one of a kind tags on Christmas gifts and packaging.


I loved this stamp image of these little children sneaking down the stairs with their candles, stockings in tow (CHF). I started with Poison Ivory cardstock, and using my JustRite 1 5/8″ round stamper and the Small Letter Set, I created a custom sentiment, ‘naughty or nice…check it twice‘, stamped in dark brown around the outside of my circle. Then I filled in the center with the candle image from Merry Little Christmas  in lighter, latte colored ink.  Over the top of that, I stamped Welcome Christmas Time (CHF) in Real Red ink. The ivory circle is punched with a 1 3/4″ circle punch and layered on the Marvy scalloped circle punch (super jumbo).


These list pads are made from 5″x8″ inch legal pads that I had cut in half at the local office supply. You can view the full tutorial on how to cover your own at Splitcoast.  The patterned paper is from the Merry Moments pack at Stampin’ Up!

I’m glad to have this project checked off of my Christmas list, but I think I’ll be making a few more lists in the next few days. They are too easy.

I’m sure you are enjoying all of the JustRite projects today. I love seeing how many different people use similar items to create totally unique projects. For sure,  I’m going to take a peek and take notes! You can see projects using many different JustRite fonts by visiting these fabulous bloggers:

Michelle Wooderson

Sankari Wegman

Heidi Blankenship

Eva Dobilas

Beate Johns

Sharon Harnist

Barbara Anders

Sharon Johnson

Deb Saaranen

Becca Feeken

Kazan Clark

Lauren Meader

Tammy Hershberger

Linda Beeson

Jenny Gropp

Tanis Giesbrecht

Jenn Balcer

Lisa Somerville

Karen Maldonado

Pamela Smerker

Karen Taylor

Latisha Yoast

Julie Overby

Mary Pfaff

253 responses to “Naughty or Nice…Check it Twice

  1. Simply put…Adorable!!

  2. FABULOUS Lori!!! I LOVE the border sentiment – might have to use that idea myself!!! Awesome idea!!! 🙂

  3. Cute cards. Great job.

  4. Wonderful idea nd I love the vintage look!

  5. The tags make a perfect embellishment for the lists. Love the colors.

  6. Very cute, love the antique look this has.

  7. Wonderful projects! I love the paper you used, too.

  8. Love these cards and the mixed fonts.

  9. Your card is so cute. Makes me wish my children were small again and would come down the stairs to see if santa had come.

  10. So CUTE, I love that image of the kids going downstairs….awesome notepads!!

  11. Fabulous vintage fun, Lori!!

  12. Very clever! Love your idea.

  13. Wonderful card – love your colors!

  14. The list pads are a neat idea. I like the vintage colors and the children on the stairs image. The saying seems very fitting.

  15. Darling project, Lori — love the shimmer cardstock (of course!) and the sweet children image with candle image repeated … beautiful!

  16. Love it! Glad to visit your site, hadn’t been here before!


  17. These are so cute! I love the stamp of the children sneaking down the stairs.

  18. These are so darling! Love the image of the kids on the stairs….and of course you JR sentiments are PERFECT! Love them!!!

  19. Very creative! Love the look of these!

  20. It doesn’t get any cuter than this. I love how the kids are sneaking down the steps. Everything is perfect.

  21. Thanks for the great project.

  22. What a great idea! Love it.

  23. Great card.

  24. these are priceless. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

  25. Love these kids sneaking down the stairs. Your card is great.

  26. Love how you are able to mass produce the list pads, but still get some different looks by using different papers. Very cute! Don’t ya love Just Right?

  27. What a great sentiment for a list pad! Great projects…your Mum will be thrilled.

  28. Very nice. Great job. Your blog certainly has me thinking about Christmas!


  30. How lovely this is! Naughty or nice…adorable saying. 🙂

  31. What a great idea! PS Your other work is beautuful too!

  32. How cute are those kiddies!
    carol b

  33. Oh !!! This is so darling, Thanks so much for sharing your lovely work.

    Hugs Cathy

  34. OMG!!!!! Lori, these are totally adorable!!!

  35. So, so cute! Reminds me of “Twas the Night Before Christmas”…one of my faves!

  36. I absolutely love the list card. You did a great job on the project. thanks so much for sharing….

  37. Fantastic job with the notepad covers! Loved the kids sneaking down the stairs, along with your cute sentiment.

  38. I really like the way you mixed stamps. Super project.

  39. WOW! What a great idea!!! I am soooo happy I stopped by here today! 🙂

  40. Very nice cards. Thank you for sharing.

  41. Great project! Thanks for the ideas.

  42. Perfect notepads…LOVE the tag with the image you chose! Take good care, Lori!

  43. These are just charming Lori!! I LOVE those silhouettes and the dp you paired them with!!

  44. Your sentiment will be sure to bring smiles from everyone. Great idea for bazaar or small token gifts.
    Love the total look.

  45. I love this idea. That image is great.

  46. Fun ‘stair’ image. tfs and participating in this fun JRS hop.

  47. These are adorable Lori – love it.

  48. Great project for the holidays. Thanks for sharing!

    Jenny L.

  49. These notepads are so beautiful!! I love the whole color scheme!

  50. YOu have all blown my socks off

  51. Cute,and an inspiration, because I have to get in gear for Christmas!

  52. These are great. Everybody needs a list. Even if they can’t find them after they make them. Like me.

  53. Cute idea! I need to start that Christmas list, the sooner the better. I’m always behind on that! Thanks for sharing.

  54. Love the idea and very cute. Can’t wait to give it a try.

  55. I have seen these note pad projects around but yet to try them. This is a great idea for bazaar thanks for sharing.

  56. I love that stamp too. You made a great set of cards with it! – Nimmy

  57. What a great idea for those much needed extra little gifts…I love the shadow effect of the children and then the Just Rite Stamps it doesn’t get any better…Very well done!

  58. Delightfully olde fashioned!!

  59. I love your project and I especially “need” to own that darling stamp with the kids coming down the stairs. Thanks for sharing.

  60. This is a wonderful card! Thanks for your hard work!

  61. WOW, love those note pads!!! Very cool idea!! TFS

  62. Very cute project. I like the way you mixed your images. It gives me some ideas and inspiration. Thank you and God bless!

  63. These are absolutely adorable!

  64. Cute! Reminds me of Christmas when I was quite a bit younger! Love them!

  65. Great vintage card. Love the silhouettes. The Christmas lettering it perfect.
    Sharon L

  66. Love the silhouettes! Great project!

  67. What a great idea for Christmas gifts. I’m always looking for just the right saying when I’m doing my stamping, but usually have to settle for what stamp I have instead of what sayings I could put on my project if I had these sets. You guys are really enabling us to buy more stamps, but at least with these sets they’ll get TONS of use!

  68. So very cute!!!

  69. Wow love the image and the over stamping. Great job.

  70. What a perfect project for the holidays. I can see teacher gifts, etc. Thanks for sharing the inspiration. Eli

  71. Thank you for the wonderful ideas. Very charming 🙂

  72. Love your list pads! TFS!

  73. Great job i like.Greetings from Finland.

  74. Great projects! Thanks for sharing.

  75. awesome pads!! thanks for pointing us to the tut!!!

  76. love love love these!! I am loving all this ingenuity I am seeing on this bloghop! All I can say is that I definitely need to get myself some of these stamps! 😉

  77. I love JustRite’s Blog hops! I can’t wait to see all of the participant’s blogs.☺ I love your project.

  78. OOOOH I just love these. TFS

  79. How cute! LOVE the images and the colors and what a great use of the letters.

  80. Love these list pads. Great idea for small gifts. Thanks for sharing the idea.

  81. Love this idea, everyone always needs a note pad, great gift idea!

  82. So cute! Love them!

  83. This is just adorable. I like how you overstamped too. cute sneaking kids!

  84. How creative! Great project. Great tour!

  85. These cards are absolutely, positively the sweetest ever!

  86. Love the notepads. I’m sue your mom will love them.

  87. Beautiful work :0)
    *hugs* Heather x

  88. Great cards, love them.

  89. Lori, this is SO cute. I love the kids going down the stairs too! I hadn’t seen that stamp before. I’m sure your item will go quickly in the Craft Bazzar. I’d buy one! Thanks for sharing!

  90. These are really cute. Love the cards.

  91. fun gift idea!

  92. Those are so cute Lori!! Great idea, and love the sentiment paired with the images. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  93. Cute idea. I love the stamped image of the kids sneaking downstairs!

  94. very, very cute, love it.

  95. Too Cute!! Thanks for sharing!!

  96. I love what you did with this darling image!!!!! Adorable.

  97. I love, love, love your idea. Can’t wait to get some of those legal pads. These would be great gifts for our neighbors! Thanks for sharing this wonderful gift idea.
    Shirley L.
    Roseville, CA

  98. I love these notepads and the kids sneaking down the stairs.

    Linda D.

  99. Love the list pads, what a great idea!

  100. Lov’in the projects on this hop..tons of inspiration I want to play!

    Tammy Newger

  101. yours are so pretty – i made these for my bridge group last christmas and everyone loved them!

  102. WOWOOW Lori!!! I love your project (and love the way you took pics of it!!!) simply beautiful!
    big hugs,
    Sankari 🙂

  103. Very cute project!!

  104. These list pads are so beautiful. Wouln’t they make a great teacher’s gift. Your Mom is lucky to have you make things for her bazaar.

  105. I love these! What a great idea … soooo cute!

  106. These are just beautiful.I just love the stamp image. What a great gift idea.

  107. What a creative and adorable project!I like how you combined the different stamps and fonts together.

  108. This reminds me of my childhood and sneaking down the steps to see what Santa brought me.


  109. These are amazing as is all your creations!!!

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  111. Love the kids coming down the stairs. What does CHF mean? Rosie

  112. Great project idea!!!

  113. These are wonderful! The CHF stamp is perfect and love the papers you chose.

  114. You always bring such a youthful creativity to your projects. I love seeing through your eyes!! There is a lot more work in these wonderful projects than the recipient will realize but I can imagine you sitting there having fun the whole time you were working on them!

  115. Thank you Lori – you have sent me down memory lane. Your card so reminds me of Christmas mornings from long ago.

  116. Adorable! Absolutely love them!

  117. What a great project love your idea!

  118. Very unique and very cute!

  119. I love the note pads. They’re wonderful. What a great idea. Everything about them are great. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

  120. These are so adorable Lori, perfect for the craft bizarre! I love the “Welcome Christmas Time” stamp! And, love how you stamped it over the candles. Totally adorable design!

  121. very nice!
    Thanks for sharing!

  122. Thanks for sharing your beautiful creation!

  123. thanks for the inspiration!

  124. I love these list pads. What a great project. I’d really like to try these sometime.

  125. Very nice cards. You used beautiful DP.
    Thanks for sharing.

  126. This is such a clever idea. You are sweet to help your mom!

    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” – John 3:16

  127. Your list pads are too cute! Thanks for sharing them.

  128. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

  129. Love the children walking down the stairs! Great card!

  130. That is the cutest stamp! It so reminds me of my children on Christmas Eve.

  131. I love silhouette stamps but never seemed to create any spark in the finished project. You have given my inspiration to get out of my box. Thanks.

  132. Very cute, Lori.

  133. Just loved everything about this project.

  134. Great idea and beautifully done!

  135. I love this! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  136. Very nice and a great sale at just rite also.

  137. Who wouldn’t want to make a list if they had one of these. Love the idea and the vintage look. Thanks for sharing. Nancy So Cal

  138. The silhouette image coming down the stairs are so cute. Great list pads, and something we all can use!

  139. Loved your idea for the stamp pad. And I really liked the look quite amazing those stamps. I’ll want to come back and learn more.

  140. Great project. Love the different stamps that you used.

  141. Such a cute card.

  142. A list pad is a great craft idea. Your pad is so cute, Thanks for sharing

  143. So perfect!

  144. I like the shimmer of your card…Is it the paper or added touch?

  145. Fabulous cards! Love the shimmer.

  146. Lori, what a GREAT idea! Love it!

  147. Great idea on how to use the fonts.

  148. Love the way you have used the stamps and love the sentiments!

  149. Cute project. Love the vintage look of it. TFS!

  150. Very cute!! What a neat idea

  151. This vintage style Chrsitmas card works so well -it’s a bit different which I like. I also really like the wording of the sentiment. Overall a lovely individual card!

  152. Great project and especially loved the children on the steps! Thanks for sharing

  153. I love everything about this card. Charming.

  154. Great project. Nicely done.

  155. Great project, thanks for sharing.

  156. These are sooo adorable, love it!

  157. Too cute! Thanks for sharing!

  158. Oh how cute is this project. Love that silhouette image on the stairs. I wonder when my Just Right products will arrive so I case so of these projects.

  159. Lori, This is just too darn cute! I’ve had so much fun looking at all of these wonderful projects! TFS!

  160. Great project, thanks for sharing!

  161. Fabulous! Love the long shape, the lay-out, the cute image with the kids… TFS!

  162. Thanks for such inspiration!

    Deanne G

    dcartegroves at yahoo dot com

  163. Cute cards. Love the colors and they are fun!

  164. This may be my favorite project of the whole JR hop…such a great idea!

  165. Lori, great project. That is super sweet of you to do that for your mom. I am sure everyone is going to love them. Thank you for sharing. Mary

  166. Love the idea! And the image is adorable!

  167. Love these cards.. so pretty..TFS

  168. Very cute notepad!

  169. Very cute.

  170. Your list pads are absolutely FABULOUS, Lori!! I LOVE them!!

  171. What a great idea – love these!!

  172. I think this card is adorable. I love the children.
    I also love the Naughty or Nice with the JustRite stamp.
    Thank you!!

  173. Love these little list pads Lori! The children on the staircase is such a cute stamp and I like how you did the double stamping too.

  174. Fantastic idea….anxious to try this. Thanks

  175. Really nicely done! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

  176. What terrific ideas! I love the. Thanks for sharing!


  177. These are just TOO CUTE! Thanks for the inspiration!

  178. I love this idea, the Christmas lettering is on MY list!!! tfs.

  179. I just love the image of the children sneaking down the stairs. How many times I remember doing that as a kid. Thanks for sharing,

  180. Just wonderful notepads. Great idea for gifts and such. Thank you for sharing. Phyllis M.

  181. Love this! Great combination of stamps, paper, everything. Thanks for the inspiration!

  182. SO cute! Great idea to dress up a notepad!

  183. What a nice way to use those stamps! Well done

  184. What a great image … and I love the saying you created for a planner list! Great project … Thanks!

  185. Love the look!

  186. I love this project. I would love to see a card created with the same stamps. Thanks so much for sharing.

  187. Great idea!! Thanks for sharing!!

  188. What a wonderful project. Absolutely adorable. Thanks for the inspiration.

  189. I love the vintage feel of your project – terrific!

  190. This is really cute. Love those stamps!

  191. Your cards are so cute! Love the stamps! TFS

  192. I love your idea

  193. Wowzas Lori – these are seriously DARLING!

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