We finally got a glimpse of the sun here in New Jersey yesterday. It’s been unusually hot, but I enjoy seeing the sun and blue skies. I hope you have some outdoor weekend plans and can spend some time in your craft room.
In yesterday’s post, I gave you the directions for the matching clip board to today’s pocket notebook. Today, as promised, I have a PDF tutorial for this adorable project. You can download the tutorial at the end of this post.
Each month, my Stampin’ Up! Team and I get together to talk about the latest and greatest over at Stampin’ Up! and we each create a project to share. I’m a card maker at heart but the ladies are testing my creative abilities with more and more 3-D projects. I’ve been enjoying them and hope to mix it up a little more for you. I think this little pocket notebook is so much fun to create and share. Alone, or matched with the clip board, it makes a pretty little gift.
I’m listing the supplies I used below and they will also be listed in the tutorial. If you have any questions at all, feel free to reach out to me.
Here’s What I Used:
- Basic Black, Basic White, Polished Pink, Bermuda Bay and So Saffron Cardstock;
- Pattern Party Designer Series Paper (Annual Catalog);
- Playful Alphabet Dies;
- Scalloped Contours Dies;
- Pierced Blooms Dies;
- Multipurpose Glue and Tear & Tape Adhesive;
- Small lined note pads purchased at Dollar Tree. They come 5 to a pack and measure 3 1/2″ x 5″.
- Mini Ballpoint Pens purchased at Amazon. They come 48 to a pack and are in assorted colors with blue ink. The pens measure 3 1/4″ in length.
- The finished notebook size is 4″ X 5 1/4″. This is a good size to slip into your bag.
Click on the button below for a complete PDF tutorial with photos and directions.
So, get yourself some note pads and small pens, pick a favorite Designer Series Paper, add a few blooms and create something handy to give or keep for yourself.
…the only limitation is your imagination!