Easy way of styling generic notepad that will coordinate with your current desk style and design. Your notepad will not just be just functional but also pleasing to the eyes.
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Step 1: Watch Video
Step 2: Materials and Tools
double-sided adhesive tape
Step 3: Cover Base
Measure the length (front & back) & depth, and then add the length of front, back and depth. The total would be the final length of the paper.
L = 10.5 cm + 10.5 cm + 1.4 cm
Measure the width
W = 10.5
Cut your paper 22.4 cm x 10.5 cm
Turn the card stock in landscape mode (horizontal). Score at 10.5 cm in both sides. Fold and burnish along the scorelines.
Step 4: Attach
Add double-sided adhesive at the back of the notepad and then take the cover base. Align the notepad with the bottom scoreline before you stick them together.
*The notepad used in this tutorial didn't actually have a back side because its a stacked notepad, but if yours do have one, make sure to attach at the back part of the notepad.
Step 5: Style
The decoration is as preferred by the maker.
But if you want almost the same. The mat (pink) measures 10 x 10 cm, the panel measures - white 3 x 10 cm, layer 2.5 x 10 cm. The typewriter and OLD-Time die-cut are elevated using foam adhesive, and memory die-cut & rhinestones are attached with double-sided tape.