Friday, 21 July 2017

Magnetic Monogrammed Note Book Journal - Video Tutorial Using Falling Flowers by Stampin' Up

I was standing in Paperchase the other day just about to buy a magnetic note book when I caught myself on and realised I could make one for much less than the £8.99 I was just about to spend!

I grabbed 3 A6 note books in Tescos for just 79p and set about making my version using some nano craft magnets that I had already at home - these are really thin at just 1mm thick, you will have seen me use these before. Just search nano craft magnet on ebay and you will find plenty of venders.

I made one for me in Elegant Eggplant and one for a friend using Berry Burst. It was really easy to monogramme them using the Large Letters Framelits and matching Letters for You stamp set.

The gorgeous swirling pattern is  all hand stamped - so easy to do and yet so effective, using the beautiful Falling Flowers stamp set.

To see just how it is made, click HERE for my YouTube tutorial.

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Card Stock - 10-3/4 by 6-1/2 inches
Score the long side at 
½, 3½, 3-7/8, 8-1/8, 8½ and 10-1/4 inches

Mat 6-3/8 by 3-3/4 inch


  1. Love these, going to make some for socking fillers

  2. Gorgeous Caroline, love your idea and it is perfect for gifts. Hope it is ok to CASE? xx

  3. Thank you for the inspiration, these are going to be fabulous as gifts. Would it be ok if I did these at my classes? Jan (

  4. Thank you for the great class idea. Not everyone likes to make cards so this would be perfect and personalized so easy. Thanks again

  5. I love these Caroline. What a brilliant idea for craft fairs. I'm going to try that. They look so professional, and your right so expensive in the shops. Carol x

  6. Thank you so much for the great tutorial. Love it!

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