Stitched Notebook Made From Leftover Papers


Hello G45ers!

Looking for a new way to use up those scrap paper bits and pieces? Watch Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, NJ Paper Craft‘s video tutorial to learn how to make a charming Stitched Notebook using leftover papers and our newly discounted DCE,  Time to Flourish. We hope you try this technique out at home and when you’re done be sure to share your results with us on Instagram by tagging @Graphic45.




Stitched Notebook Made From Leftover Papers

Tutorial by NJ Paper Craft


“Hi dear friends! 

Like probably many of you, I have a lot of leftover paper scraps that can’t be used for cards or scrapbooking. Either they’re too small or their shape is irregular. What I do with those is recycle them and use for handmade notebooks. Recycled paper gives projects a special vintage touch and it has amazing texture.  

I’ve used it to create stitched notebooks that are part of a miniature photo album featuring Time to Flourish Deluxe Collector’s Edition.” ~NJ Paper Craft


-Video Tutorial-

Stitched Notebook Tutorial – Time To Flourish – by NJ Paper Crafts


60-Second #G45Reel



Graphic 45 Supply List:

Time to Flourish – Deluxe Collector’s Edition 

Natural Linen Inkpad 

Large Tag, ATC Tag, and Flower Dies


Other Tools and Materials: 

twine, needle, glue, scoring board, piercing tool, clips, ink blending tool











Happy Papercrafting!


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One Response

  1. I love love love this album! I am making a junk journal, and this fits so well with what I want it to look like. I would love to make my own paper with my scraps! I can’t bear to throw away even the tiniest scraps of G45 paper. Could you give a more comprehensive tutorial on making the paper? Is there anything in that tub besides shredded paper and water? Any glue? It turned out lovely!

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