We may be in the midst of the “computer age”, but sometimes you just need a piece of paper handy for jotting down a quick note, or a list, or a message.
Recently, I made some decorative notepads and I thought you might like to see them!
They cost only pennies to make. The main ingredient is a 12-pack of small white notepads. Add colorful cardstock covers and then embellish them as elaborately or as simply as you choose! I had so much fun with these. What cute little gifts or stocking stuffers they’d be!
Clenna has requested some ideas for crafts to make with children to be used as gifts for their parents, grandparents, etc. This might be a good project to work on with the kids – as long as an adult supervises the use of scissors! A child could even showcase some of his/her own drawings for the cover art. Grandma would surely love that!
I can take no credit for the original idea here. I found it months ago, bought the supplies, and have just now had the chance to actually make some. In one of my previous posts, I blogged about the talented designer and included a link to her video tutorial, where she gives complete directions and measurements. You can find it here.
So now I can’t wait to make notepads for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s – well, you know what I mean!
I’d love to see any that you make, too! 😀
Good idea! I am always looking for a piece of paper in the glove box, another good place to keep one!
Hi Crystal! These little books are soooo cute, and what a great idea this is! I NEED to make some. You are such a crafty girl!!! Thank you!!!
Hugs, Paulette 😉
I sure like the one with the sunflower on it… Good thing it’s already on my kitchen counter! 😉