Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Gorgeous Notebook Folder

positivelypapercraft notebook folder

Hi Everyone,
Welcome to my Blog & thank you for stopping by.
Today i have a lovely Notebook Folder/Organiser that would make a great gift for anyone. I made mine from chipboard but you could also use cereal boxes etc. The paper pad i used is called 7th Heaven from Mintay & its beautiful.

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There is 2 notebooks in the folder which i made myself. Its really easy to do. One has copier paper in & the other is some lined paper i cut from a notepad. I just put the pages together and wiped glue over the top where the papers join. I then clipped them together for about 30 minutes. Give it a try!

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On the front of the folder i made a pocket that you could put a photo in or a quote of some sort. I thought it was a nice little feature, I used a die to cut out the window and then put some acetate behind it. The gold closure is also a lovely addition and i picked a pack of them up from Aliexpress.

You can find all the measurements below in Imperial and Metric.

DIMENSIONS

CHIPBOARD MEASURING  6 X5" X 2 PIECES , 6 X 3" X 1 PIECE & 6 X 1" X 2 PIECES   OR
12.7 CM X 15,2 CM,  15.2 CM X 7.6 CM,  15.2 CM X 2.5 CM 

PATTERNED PAPER  12 X 8" & 8 X 6"  SCORE THE LARGEST PIECE @ 1/2" ON THE LONG SIDE OR
20.3 CM X 30.5 CM & 30.5 CM X 15.2 CM

PAPER FOR THE INSIDE MEASURES 3 X  2 X 5 3/4"   1 X  4 X 5 3/4"   1 X 4 1/2" X 5 3/4"  OR
14.6 CM X 5 CM   10.2 CM X 14.6 CM  &  11.4 CM X 14.6 CM 

NOTEBOOK PAPER IS 4" X 5 1/2"   OR    10.2 CM X 14 CM 

NOTEBOOK COVERS ARE 4 1/8" X 6"   OR   10.5 CM X 15.2 CM 

POCKETS ARE 4 3/4" X 3  X 2 PIECES    OR    7.6 CM X 12.1 CM 

FRONT POCKET MEASURES 4 1/2" X 3"
SCORE 3 SIDES @ 1/4" 
OR  11.4 CM X 7.6 CM   SCORE 3 SIDES @ 0.6 CM 


I hope you have enjoyed Today's tutorial. You can find the link to my video at the end of this post.

I will be back on Friday with Colouring Fun Friday 3

Bye for now

Ann xx



9 comments:

  1. Ann, I've just watched the YouTube video and it's absolutely gorgeous. This would be great for my mate as she's always looking for bits of paper. Where did you get the chipboard? Mags xx

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    1. Thanks Mags. I dont buy the chipboard, i use the stuff from the back of my paper pads xx

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  2. What a wonderful project Ann. Love the paper you used! TYFS

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    1. Thank you :-) Watch out for my video this Sunday, i think you will like it :-)

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  4. Thanks so much for such a great tutorial. I think I will have to look for those clasps.

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  5. I love this project, it would be great the secretary at the school, the teacher during teacher appreciation week, the principal in beautiful flowers for a women or stripes for a male. I will most definitely be watching more of your you tube channel. Also it would be nice to add the product website or store that you got your products from. Thanks you are the greatest. Penny

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