Have you ever made a project using paper and ended up with millions of small pieces? Squares and stripes of small paper that seem to be everywhere? If you answered yes, then this is the ideal project for you!
Material: 2 chipboard covers with 6"x9", scraps of paper (in this case Little Darlings by Graphic45), stix2 PVA glue, Cinch machine, wires, ribbons, pop-out dots
Begin by displaying and glueing the scraps of paper, without overthinking, laying them crossing and overlaping each other, leaving them bigger then the limits of the card.
When the cover is completely covered with paper, cut the excess with a craft knife and a ruler. Do this all over again with the back cover and the inside of both of them.
Ink the edges around the covers and on the top layers of the papers with distress ink pad Tea dye by ranger.
Punch the covers as you like best. we have done 4 punchs 2 cm from top and bottom of the chipboard cover.
Cut some white cardstock to use as dividers and glue some strips of paper on the edge. Also cut some white paper (or colored) to use as sheets for the notebook and punch everything with the cinch.
Add ribbons and chipboard elements that might be leftovers from other projects as well to complete the decoration.
Um outro caderno Another notebook
Estes caderninhos são ideias para oferecer a uma recém mamã ou até num baby shower!
These notebboks are ideal to offer to a new mum or at a baby shower!
Now go and search for all the scraps that are on your desk and get to work! Send us a photo of your project (until 1 of June) to our e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we promise to publish them in this space. oh and the first 5 photos will receive a small treat from Graphic45!