Friday, July 8, 2011

Another Great Knock Knock Review & Giveaway! *CLOSED*

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We had so much fun with the last Knock Knock giveaway that we decided to do another one!
This time, I am reviewing the Receiptables Coupon Book which includes a nifty shopping list, pocket files for your coupons and some labels for the tabs. I've recently started dabbling in this coupon business and it is definitely more fun with an item like this. To go along with this great Knock Knock item, I've decided to show you how to create a printable errand list to slip into the book before you head out the door.

Read on to find out how to enter to win your own Receiptables book from Knock Knock!


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Items needed:

• Photo editing software
• Circus or fun display font
• Clean and modern, sans serif font
• Pattern (ie: .pat file or an existing scrapbook background file)
• Long, narrow rectangle shape
• Checkbox graphic

If you'd like to create a notepad with the printable list:

• Glue
• Water
• Strong Clips
• Small paintbrush or fingertip


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I measured the shopping list included in the Knock Knock book and created a document at the same size which is approximately 3.5w x 6.5h.
I then filled the entire background with an orange color and filled it with a pattern overlay in Photoshop that I had created beforehand. I then added a white rectangle shape on top of the background for the main content area. Next I began adding the lighter orange rectangles for the list items and numbered them. I then created a checkbox and placed one at the end of each rectangle.

I used a fun circus font called Carnivalee Freakshow for the word 'Errands' at the top and I used
futura font for the line beneath it as well as the 'are you tired yet' line at the bottom right of the page.

In order to print out multiples at one time, I saved this file as a jpg and then created a new 8.5x11 document and placed the Errand list file into it. I then rotated it 90 degrees and arranged three in a row
down the page. 

You can either print them as use them as you need them or print out a stack and clip them together adding watered down glue at the top for a notepad! Simply print and cut the stack, clip the sides together tightly and use your finger or a brush to glue the tops of the sheets together. Once it dries, take it apart and you have yourself a notepad!


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There it is, a separate list for your errands that fits neatly inside your coupon book. One more
way to organize and add some fun to your daily routine!


You can win the Receiptables Coupon Book or another item of your choice from Knock Knock. Follow the instructions below to enter.
  • Visit Knock Knock and browse their products 
  • Comment on this post
  • Follow or subscribe to this blog 
Enter by July 14th, 12:00 am CST. The winner will be announced on July 15th.
Have fun and good luck!

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The lucky winner of the Knock Knock giveaway is Belinda Madsen. Congratulations Belinda!
Please contact us at Good Look Cookbook via the contact form and let us know which product you would like from Knock Knock.



A big thank you to everyone who entered!!


11 comments:

  1. I love Knock Knock products and have bought a number for gifts and for myself :) I love their sticky notes... hilarious!

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  2. I love their WTF stamp and OMFG kraft journal! I love that they have a sense of humor!

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  3. I've been a Knock Knock fan for a while - so clever and well designed! My favorites are probably in the kitchen list department. :)

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  4. I love KnockKnock stuff. So funny.

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  5. I love this kind of quirky, sarcastic paper goods. Too fun.

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  6. I love Knock Knock products, their sticky notes are the best! :)

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  7. Knock Knock has some great designs! Nice project, Keri.

    (oh, and I subscribe to this blog)

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  8. I love Knock Knock! So creative. I like their silly checklists best.

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  9. Oh I want to win!

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  10. I love Knock Knock AND the Good Look Cookbook, and follow both regularly. I've been experimenting with making my own notepads lately, using the pretty cardboard from old Kleenex boxes. This will be a great next project to try. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for the offer!

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  11. This post is great! I am glad that you shared this post with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thank you for sharing with us.

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