How to Make Little Hang Tag Notebooks!

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Introduction: How to Make Little Hang Tag Notebooks!

Making little notebooks with hang tags is a lot of fun and super easy!

Step 1: What You'll Need

What you'll need:
Hang tags, brads, hole punch (I used one with a smaller hole than the standard hole punch--you can also use a tapestry needle to punch a hole big enough for the brad), bone folder and string.
Of course, you'll need some paper and a scissor to cut the paper.
You'll need your sewing machine too if you plan on sewing down the middle.
You can also sew the paper to the tag by hand.

Step 2:

First, fold the hang tag so the bottom edge matches up to the bottom of the hole in the tag.

Step 3:

Punch a hole in the middle about a half inch from the bottom edge.

Step 4:

Insert the brad into the hole and secure.

Step 5:

Cut a piece of twine, insert it into the hole and secure it by tying a knot.

Step 6:

Cut some paper to fit inside the tag.

Step 7:

Fold the paper in half and trim any excess.

Step 8:

Insert the paper into the folded portion of the tag.

Step 9:

Sew down the middle of the tag and paper to secure it.  I used a needle for sewing leather.

Step 10:

Decorate the front by stamping, attaching pretty paper, photos or whatever you'd like!
Fold your little notebook in half and twist the twine around the brad.

Make some more!
Enjoy!

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    5 Discussions

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    glitterflims
    glitterflims

    7 years ago

    Hmm finally have an idea for wedding guest favours!

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    maize
    maize

    Reply 7 years ago

    YAY! :)

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    Nahual
    Nahual

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Did you find any trouble with your machine whilst sewing in the paper? (I love this project dearly!)

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    maize
    maize

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Howdy!

    I used a needle for leather. I suppose I should edit that in! :)

    Have fun!