DIY Journal Out of a Cereal Box


Hello G45ers!

Get Creative with Graphic 45!  Watch G45 Brand Ambassador Cecilia Zertuche transform a cereal box into a stunning DIY Journal using our adorable Little One paper collection Plus, congratulations to RJ Zaczyk, the lucky winner of our Facebook Live contest! RJ please email to claim your $100 G45 Gift Certificate.


Little One Journal

Tutorial by Cecilia Zertuche


“Hello dear G45ers Cecilia here with a new tutorial to share. This time I want to show you how many projects you can make with an entire paper collection and I chose the sweetest and gorgeous Little One; I’m totally in love with this collection and what caught my heart and my eye was the little clothes they’re too cute! So first I made a big album for 50+ pics and an adorable Armoire (to store the album) which also works as a night lamp for the baby’s room for that project I used the 12”x12 and patterns & solids and some of the 8”x8” sheets to fussy cut. I almost finished the ephemera assortments as well. But later I thought that mom needs a journal to write all the baby’s memories and special info about her growth so this is the tutorial I’m sharing today. It’s a midori style one and I’ve used the 8”x8” papers, a cereal box for the base, some laces and the gorgeous stamps from the collection. In the tutorial I show you how to make the base and the signature, so you can learn how to make it and use this fabulous paper collection or another one from G45. I hope you’ll love it and give it a try! Happy crafting!” Cecilia xoxo


-Video Tutorial-


Graphic 45 products:


Other products:
  • 1 cereal box
  • Laces and ribbons
  • – 1 wooden pearl
  • Embroidery thread 
  • 1 needle
  • 2 flat and strong magnets
  • Back flat pearls
  • Pieces of acetate
  • Brown permanent ink
  • Scrapbook tools.












Happy Papercrafting!


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One Response

  1. Holy schnikes, the journal is beautiful but I’d also like to ask if there will be a tutorial for learning how to make that fantastic little cabinet?! I love it! Thanks.

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