Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Handmade Pocket Notebook with Magnet Closure


Handmade Pocket Notebook with Magnet Closure


Nicely decorated notebooks are so easy to make and always go down really well as presents.

These ones are pretty special, they have a wrap around closure that snaps into place with a magnet. I saw the original concept on a German lady's blog but I can't find it again to share her lovely version.

I made one using the Lots of Joy Stamp Set and the Merry Moments DSP stack on a Cherry Cobbler base.

I'm going to use this one for all my Christmas planning.



 I know not everybody is into Christmas planning in September though so also made a more generic version. This one uses a gorgeous paper from the Pretty Petals DSP set and Papillon Potpourri Stamp Set. The card stock base is Basic Black with accents of Calypso Coral and Pacific Point.


Hope you enjoy the video and give it a go. 
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If you'd like to learn how to make the notebook, this video below shows you just how to do it.
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Dimensions:

Notebook 3 inches by 6 inches.

Card Stock:
7-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches

Score on the long side at 
1, 1-1/4, 4-3/8, 4-5/8 inches

DSP for cover is 3 inches by 6 inches.

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4 comments:

  1. I love the notebook, great Christmas presents. I have some note pads 5x8 how would I make one of your covers? Thank you for sharing, love your vidos

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  2. Love these Caroline! You make beautiful projects! Thanks for sharing....

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  3. Love the notebook. The instructions were really clear.

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  4. Hi Caroline! Where are the instructions to make the note pad?

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