Build Your Own Personalized Notepad

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Introduction: Build Your Own Personalized Notepad

Have you ever wanted to design your very own notepad?

If so, this instructable will show you all you need to know!

All you need to make your notepad is some paper, hot glue, scissors, two rulers, Bulldog clip and that's it!

This is the easiest way to make a notepad, I hope you enjoy it :)

Step 1: The Paper Part.

This is the most repetitive step, you have to fold the paper into half both ways creating quarters.

You are going to decide how many pages you want your notepad to have, if you want a 40 page notepad you will have to use 10 A4 sheets of paper.

Once you have your quarters folded you have to cut them out.

When they are all cut out you can move on!

Step 2: Prepare for Glueing.

To prepare for gluing you will have to stack the sheets neatly and then put the bulldog clip in place like shown.

Use the two rulers to hold the sheets aligned while you glue them in place.

Once you are ready you can move on!

Step 3: Gluing!

Time to glue it all together.

Get your hot glue gun and run a bead of glue along the top edge of the paper.

You will have to adjust your bulldog clip to get the full length.

Once it is all glued up, wait for it to dry and then you are set!

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    4 Comments

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    darrenbassett

    PVA glue is 'almost' identical to padding glue - try that for a much better, slicker finish.

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    JM1999
    JM1999

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I would, but here hot glue is much cheaper!