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Are you looking for a great way to use up those paper scrap leftovers or perhaps you just want to make the most adorable Teeny Tiny Book? Well, you have come to the right place, today on the blog, Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Elizajane aka Tiny House Journals shares a brilliant #G45Technique teaching us how to create a DIY Notebook featuring our Nature Notebook Deluxe Collector's Edition. We love how tiny this book is but could easily be scaled up to make a larger album for all your scrapbook needs.
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Nature Notebook Teeny Tiny Book
Nature Notebook has been one of my favorite collections since it was originally released when I created an adorable tiny inspirational book, which I gave away as a gift (and wished I had kept one for myself). Therefore, I was so excited when the Deluxe Collector’s Edition arrived, and I could make more of these fun little books and create a tutorial to help ours do the same.
Start by cutting two pieces of Graphic 45 chipboard to 3 1/8” x 3 1/8”. Then cut your Graphic 45 patterned papers (5), kraft cardstock (11), vintage dictionary pages (2), vellum (2) and miscellaneous notepaper (4) to 3” x 3” or smaller. Score all pages at ½” on the left side (this will create your book spine).
Cover the outside front and back cover with your choice of images from portions of ‘Beautiful World’. Cover the inside covers with your choice of Graphic 45 patterned papers that you’ve already cut out. Cut out remaining pieces from ‘Beautiful World’, as well. Fussy cut all pieces from ‘Diary of a Botanist’ and 3 pieces from ‘Seasonal Splendor”.
Ink papers if you desire. Adhere cut out pieces to each side of the kraft cardstock, leaving the ½” scored area free of any images. Arrange all pages in the order that you’re pleased with. Using a template, punch two 1/8” holes on the ½” scored area approximately ½” from the top and bottom. Now you are ready to begin binding your tiny inspirational book. Detailed instructions on the following video.
Following is a quick video of the original book I made.” ~Elizajane
Graphic 45 Supply List:
Vintage dictionary pages, notepaper, vellum