Friday, 24 July 2015

Handmade Pocket Notebook using Bohemian DSP by Stampin' Up

Handmade Pocket Notebook using Bohemian DSP by Stampin' Up


Do you ever seen something on the internet and think - that is too easy - it will never work!

I'd had the idea of making a sweet little covered notebook for a little while and while I was searching the web to try and buy some small note books, I came across quite a few articles talking about how to make your own.

Well it all looked far too simple but before I splashed out and ordered some on line, I decided to give it a go.

Well can you believe it, it really was that simple - as you will see in the video. I was mightily sceptical that it wouldn't work and expected to come back in the morning to a pile of loose paper but nope - they were perfectly stuck together.


So the little notebook inside this super cute folder is also handmade using the ultra cheap copier paper you can buy in huge quantities for not a lot of money :)

The folder is also super easy to make - and of course it gave me another opportunity to use my favourite DSP of the moment, Bohemian.


Just how gorgeous is that paper.

I did make three others but between me making them and getting around to filming the video and taking the pictures, little fingers had decided they were all hers!

Hope you enjoy the video and would love to see your versions if you give it a try.


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Dimensions:
DSP measures 7-1/2 by 4-1/2 inches
Score along the longer side at 2-3/4 and 6 inches.





5 comments:

  1. Again, you've created something fun and easy!!! Can't wait to make this, and I know my 7-year-old daughter will be wanting one as well! :) Thanks!

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  2. I love these little notebook and covers!! What a wonderful little gift for any time you need one! Thank you so much for sharing your terrific little project! Well Done.
    Pat

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  3. love it, thank you for sharing

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  4. Oh my gosh, those are adorable!! I love the stuff you make on your blog!! Thanks so much

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  5. Oh my gosh, those are adorable!! I love the stuff you make on your blog!! Thanks so much

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