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


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.


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...

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.


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!


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