Monday, June 20, 2011

Monogrammed Notebook Tutorial

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A week or so ago I was a guest blogger over at Oopsey Daisy.  Here is the cute Monogrammed Notebook that I showed her readers how to make!

Today I am going to show you how to make a cute notebook with monogram and matching pen.  I love making personalized gifts for people and this is one of my favorites!  

Here's what you need:
Blank note book (I got a pack of 2 or 3 at Dollar Tree)
Pen that has a top that screws off on the top (Dollar Tree)
scrapbook paper
glue stick
foam stamp
flowers, stickers, buttons (whatever you want to embellish with!)

First, you measure a piece of Scrapbook paper the same size of the notebook with a little extra for the top of the notebook.  

Then, you glue the paper down.  I used a glue stick or you can use a tape runner. 

This is probably the hardest step, but it is really easy!  Cut a small piece of paper that matches the size of your notebook.  Make sure you measure it the right length of the pen well.  Roll it in a tube shape small enough to fit into the pen well.  Stick the paper tube in the well.  Screw the bottom of the pen back on.
Next, I used a foam stamp and acrylic paint and stamped the letter onto a piece of coordinating scrapbook paper.  Once the letter is dry, cut out the paper to fit on the paper pad.
I also added a coordinating sticker on the bottom of the note pad.
Last step, I added a cute silk flower in the upper corner with a button on top!  
What a fun personalized gift to give a friend, sister, etc, right?  


  1. very cute! This would also make a great teacher gift!

  2. Great idea! Love the paper. And I love your blog!
    I'm your newest follower!

  3. SO pretty! I've been journaling and crafting all my life and never once thought to combine the two:) Thanks for sharing!

    Sarah M.

  4. Love those gorgeous things! AND the pen is to die for. I can't wait to do it! Giving you a follow in about 5 seconds ... jules

  5. So cute! Thanks for stopping by blog today!

  6. How cute! This would make a perfect teacher gift! Thanks for sharing!

  7. I have a quick question, what font did you use for this page?


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