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Stop buying Moleskine or Field Notes notebooks and start making your own! It's super easy and saves you money and a trip to the store. This project uses ...
You will need: - 5 sheets of blank printer paper, 8.5” x 11” - a ruler - a pencil - an X-acto knife - decorative paper for covers ...
Cut your printer paper in half to make 10 sheets of 8.5” wide by 5.5” tall paper. Using a bone folder, fold each new sheet into half to ...
Cut a 8.5” wide by 5.5” tall cover from a piece of decorative paper, and fold it in half.
Place printer paper inside of the cover and, using the awl, poke three holes in the spine: one in the center and one about two inches from the ...
String your needle with enough string as three times the height of your notebook, about 16.5". I'm using waxed linen thread, but you can use any type of ...
Starting on the outside, pull the string three-fourths of the way through the middle hole, leaving the rest of the thread hanging without a knot.
Take the needle through the top hole, pulling tight but without pulling the extra thread through.
Take the needle back through the middle hole.
Finally, take the needle through the bottom hole.
Tie a bow with the beginning string and the extra string, pulling tightly. Cut off any extra string.
You've made your own beautiful notebook! If you want a true Field Notes feel, use a corner rounder punch and use kraft cardstock for the covers. The possibilities ...
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