I have a slight obsession with note-taking. To-do lists, grocery lists (first a copy of what I need, THEN copied again so it’s in order of the aisles at the store.) Plus “what’s for dinner lists”, “How much weight my cat is losing lists” and “books I should really get around to reading lists” and so on. Now I’m just making lists of my lists. So why not get crafty and make my own notepads?
- Chipboard (found mine on Amazon here)
- scrap paper
- PVA glue (found at most craft stores)
- foam brush or paint brush
- wax paper
- binder clips or paper clips
- decorative paper or wrapping paper
2. Gather scrap paper and cut it to the same size as the chipboard rectangles. The notepads shown are 20 sheets of paper. Stack the paper together with the chipboard on the back. Tap the stack on a hard surface to get everything lined up well. Use binder clips (or paper clips) to hold them together.
5. After the glue dries, you can leave it as it is and be done. OR to get a little fancy, attach a piece of decorative scrapbook paper or wrapping paper to the back of the chipboard and fold it over the front.