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3in1 Journal A Notes on Paper Tutorial

3in1 Journal A Notes on Paper Tutorial

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This full-colour tutorial shows how to create a mini-multi-purpose journal in which to store and record your memories.

The step-by-step guide takes you through the construction process in words, pictures and diagrams. Anywhere a specific method or technique is mentioned - I offer altenative options so that you don't need to have the exact materials in order to create your own album.

Finally the tutorial offers many suggestions on how the initial project can be adapted to suit many occasions.

Ultimately it's a project which allows you to store ephemera and notes in a simple, pretty, hand-made journal.

For further details see this blog post: http://notesonpaper.blogspot.com/2010/01/3-in-1-mini-album-tutorial.html
This full-colour tutorial shows how to create a mini-multi-purpose journal in which to store and record your memories.

The step-by-step guide takes you through the construction process in words, pictures and diagrams. Anywhere a specific method or technique is mentioned - I offer altenative options so that you don't need to have the exact materials in order to create your own album.

Finally the tutorial offers many suggestions on how the initial project can be adapted to suit many occasions.

Ultimately it's a project which allows you to store ephemera and notes in a simple, pretty, hand-made journal.

For further details see this blog post: http://notesonpaper.blogspot.com/2010/01/3-in-1-mini-album-tutorial.html

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Published by: JulieKirk on Jan 15, 2010
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Copyright © Julie Kirk 2010
For Personal Use Only
 notesonpaper.blogspot.com
The original idea to create this
3 in 1
 
journal
came from receiving aDesign Team kit from Leo atwww.craftytemplates.co.uk. It contained lotsof carefully selected items with which to create a 2010 calendar yet, asthe 12 different papers [one for each month] within the kit were sopretty, I didn’t like the thought of making something which would onlylast the duration of one year. So I set about creating something alittle more permanent.After some experimentation [ie: the general
staring
at paper,
 folding
ofpaper,
 pushing
paper around the table] I finally chose to make a book of12 pocketed-pages which could serve not only as a calendar but as adiary, an old-fashioned scrapbook and a mini-album.Over the course of each month I can store photos, notes, ephemera etc inthe pockets and journal on the pages, forming a mini page about thatmonth. By the end of the year, with the addition of front and backcovers, it will transform into a full album holding the year’s keyevents.If one of your goals is to scrap more regularly or to see more projectsthrough to the ‘fully complete’ stage, then this small, manageable andmost importantly,
 pre-prepared 
project is the creative and organisedsolution. If you follow the steps in the following tutorial you’reguaranteed to have at least one completely finished project this year!Have a look and see how it could work for you.
 
3 in 1:Desk diary; calendar; mini-album 
 
Copyright © Julie Kirk 2010
For Personal Use Only
 notesonpaper.blogspot.com
For the basic construction – you will need:
For the pages
:
 12 sheets of 6x6 cardstock, I used Bazzill ‘Kraft’.
o
 
The easiest way to get 6x6 pages is to divide a sheet of12x12 into quarters.
o
 
This way only
3 full sheets of cardstock
are required toproduce 12 pages.A sewing machine to secure the edges of the pockets.
o
 
Alternatively you could hand-stitch the pocket using a strongneedle and thread. The amount decorative stitching you’d wantto add after that depends entirely on your patience andstamina!
o
 
OR
use eyelets, brads or staples along the edges to securethe flap.
For the covers
:
2 sheets of thick cardstock or thin chipboard.Two book rings to hold your album pages together.
o
 
 Alternatively
: thread a ribbon through the holes;
o
 
use a large bull-dog clip;
o
 
or use a Bind It All.
For the decoration – you will need:
Patterned papers
: I used 12 double-sided papers which gave methe use of
two
pattern choices for each month’s page.
 
OR
follow a single colour / pattern theme throughout thealbum.
Calendar blocks
: I used the
Elle’s Studio
cards [from thewww.craftytemplates.co.uk‘Quirky Kit’].
 
OR
you can find free printable calendars online which youcan then print off onto your own card.
 
OR
If you’re looking for something more directly relatedto scrapping then you can find lots of calendar themeddigi-kits via shops such aswww.twopeasinabucket.comandwww.etsy.com.12 x paperclips to pin the calendar blocks to the pages.Any other embellishments / stamps / alphas / numbers you want todecorate your album with.
 
Copyright © Julie Kirk 2010
For Personal Use Only
 notesonpaper.blogspot.com
Step 1:Step 2:
Measure and mark 2 inches [or
onethird 
of the size of page you’reusing] along either side of thecard.Score a line between the 2 inchmarks, fold the flap over andcrease the cardstock.

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