I have a nerdy tutorial today showing some fun and easy ways to decorate a notebook. There’ll be cutting, pasting and doodling involved for sure and its going to be fun!
Hello! Today I have a few easy ways to decorate a notebook to share. This tutorial is also part of a fun and inspiring blog hop showcasing ways to use Tombow and Lawn Fawn products! At the bottom of my post, you’ll find the lineup for the rest of the hop – make sure you check out everyone’s awesome projects and don’t forget to visit the Tombow blog too! A big thank you to Lawn Fawn for providing these amazing dies.
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I have these cute mini notebooks today that are surprisingly easy to make. Check out my blog post- How to make a book at home to see how you can make these notebooks at home yourself! By the way, how cute are those colors?Today I am just having fun and decorating these notebook covers. I pulled out my TwinTone markers and die cut these cute labels with a faux stitched edge using the Lawn fawn Outside in Stitched Rectangle Stackables set. I doodled a bunch of designs and then added the label on top.
To create this set of typography inspired notebooks I had fun die cutting these fun block font alphabets using the Lawn Fawn Cole’s ABC dies. I love all things lettering and these alphabets are such a great basic block font. I am sure I will be reaching for this die over and over again!
For the Notes book, I doodles a bunch of flowers with the MONO drawing pen. Yes, I drew flowers again as always.
All in all I decorated a set of 6 notebooks today and each one of them make me smile. I think these are easy ways to decorate a notebook, but let me know what you think. Also, what would you use these notebooks for? Me, I’m the kind of girl who always has a notebook and pen in her purse so these will be traveling in my purse. Also, my kids and husband have already claimed one book each for themselves!
Below, I have tried to list all of the craft supplies I pulled out to create this project. Affiliate links have been used. Which means that if you make a purchase I might earn a small commission. This money helps run and maintain this blog, thank you!
Today’s blog hop comes with prizes to be won! A $40 Lawn Fawn gift certificate and a $40 Tombow bundle. Use the Rafflecopter below to add your entry.
Here is a list of all the participants of today’s blog hop!
- Lawn Fawn
- Smitha: <——-YOU ARE HERE 🙂
- Melissa M
- Tombow Blog
So of all the books I made today, which one was your favorite? Leave me a comment below and let me know!
My favorite is the Notes book below and also the book with all the alphabets on it 🙂