Saturday, June 19, 2010

How to Make a "Tag" Notebook



Materials & measurements:
  • 5" x 8" Memo pad
  • 8" x 11" card stock (scored at 2 3/4", 3", 8", 8 1/4")
  • (3) #5 Manila shipping tags
  • (4) 2 1/2" x 7 3/4" Pattern paper/card stock
  • (1) 2" x 5" Pattern paper/card stock
  • Elastic cord or ribbon
  • Sticky strip
  • Adhesive

Samples

This is the one I showed in the video.




Here is another one I made some time ago. I thought I would include it to show you another example of this project.



13 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

Fun project...can't wait to try one!

Cathy said...

Love the idea. My daughter is planning for a leave of absence to stay with my grandson in DC for a medical procedure. This would be something she could use to keep with her before they leave to makes notes and after they arrive in DC. I am going to make one. Thanks!

sharlo said...

Another Fantastic project Michelle. take care. see you in September.

Lorie said...

Hi Michelle.
I love this idea!! I am a camp counselor/nurse for a christian camp for girls and usually have a younger group, and an older group later in the summer, I always have given each girl a journal at the beginning of the summer to keep account of what they do, learn, experience and share. This year I will be making the journals. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

veroscrap said...

génial
et tes explications sont très claires

Grandma Nancy said...

What a cute and quick idea!!

CJ said...

I like that alot. I plan to make a few for some gift exchanges and it would also make a great teacher gift.

Thanks for sharing.

CJ

Michelle Wedemeyer said...

Thanks everyone for your sweet comments. It means the world to me!

Conniecrafter said...

Oh Wow this is a fantastic project, love your samples, so neat! Thanks for sharing!

Marwa said...

I'd love to try this! Thanks a lot!

M.

Donna said...

I made one of these and you made it so easy to follow and do!! I plan on doing several more as gifts now!

Shirley said...

what a beautiful notebook--such a nice way to dress it up!

Coleen said...

Very cute idea. I think I shall do this one.

Coleen in Ukraine