But everyone starts somewhere, and inspiration often sprouts from the simplest of ideas.
The only materials you’ll need are 8” scrapbook paper, white printer paper, a stapler and double-sided tape. That’s it! You can add stickers and other embellishments if you’d like to gussy them up, that’s all you need to get started.
I spent an afternoon making loads, with a bunch of different Graphic 45 collections. I also made a super quick video to show you just how easy they are to make.
I love this paper from the Little Women collection. These matchbooks are finished off with coordinating stickers.
In case I need to take notes while sleuthing I’ve made these from Master Detective
I think that Sherlock would approve.
For keeping track of daydreams and doodles Imagine seems the perfect choice.
And finally some very pretty notelets with Floral Shoppe. How perfect would these be for favours at a ladies tea? I’m tempted to pretend to be a lady and host a tea just to prove it!
I love Floral Shoppe and there was something that caught my eye when I first saw it.
It is filled with Hogwarts house colours!
I found these Harry Potter printable house banners, printed and applied them to the covers. Somewhere to keep my potions and herbology notes. Too perfect, right?!
I don’t know about you, but I suspect there are some non-muggle types working at Graphic 45.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Floral Shoppe 8x8 Pad
Imagine 8x8 Pad
Little Women 8x8 Pad
Master Detective 12x12 Pad
White printer paper
Double sided tape
White paper cut to 2” x 2.75”
Scrapbook paper cut to 2.25” x 6.75”
Scrapbook paper scored at .5”, 1”, 1 ⅛”, 4”, 4 ⅛”
These are really fun! I can see making them in different pattern as little gifts for all sorts of occasions. I love the Hogwarts ones! Where did you find those banners? I love the Floral Shoppe papers, but I hadn't even noticed they had the house colors. Now I need more of them to use for HP themed fun.ReplyDelete
Love the Sherlock Holmes one! We must show you our Holmesiana collection one day.ReplyDelete
Oh my gods. Lovely! Wondering where the stapler comes into play?ReplyDelete
Just saw that their was a video. Watched and now understand when to use the stapler. Thanks for the quick and easy video!Delete