Hi friends! Today’s project will help you use up some scraps and make handy little notebooks.
Watch the video to see how!
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- I used the Thorny Rose peg stamp set. Here are some other rose peg stamps & sets you might like.
- Dye ink (Memento)
- Ink blending brush
- Pattern paper (Joann Fabrics Park Lane patterned cardstock)
- Paper fasteners (aka brads) I got them from Staples and painted them with nail polish:)
- Scalloped circle (2″) and regular circle punch (1.5″) or dies or hand cut
- Scallop edge scissors
- Paper trimmer
- Scoring board (Scor pal)
- Double stick tape and foam tape
- Thin white paper or thin scrapbook paper with a white back you want to use up.
- Heavy duty punch (crop a dial) or an awl you can poke through all of the paper layers.
- You can get 4 booklet covers from a 8.5″x11″ cardstock. Score the cardstock first. Score at 3.5″, 4″ and 7.5″ (you are scoring parallel to the long side of the paper so that last score is 1″ from the edge.)
- Cut the scored piece of cardstock in quarters so you have 4 pieces of 2.75″ x 8.5″ pieces of paper. When you fold on the score marks you will have the matchbook cover.
- Your inside pages will be 2.5″x3″ and I use 3 pieces of 12″x12″ thin scrapbook paper to get the pages for 2 books. You can make them as thick as you like, you just might need to punch your booklet papers in batches.
- Follow the video for full directions!
I hope you enjoyed this stash busting project and til next time happy crafting!