I just finished a cute little minibook that I wanted to share with all of you! Eliza has a program for school called Book In the Bag. She brings home library books every week and records what she reads / we read together weekly in a reading log. Today she brought her last batch of books back to school, so we need another fun way to record what she’s reading over the summer. I decided to whip her up a little minibook to help her keep track!
To protect the covers, I used a leftover bit of page protector I’d cut down to make a Project Life insert.
The pages are all Studio Calico card catalogue paper I’ve been hoarding.
These pages are going to looks so cute all filled up with E’s first grader handwriting. Wait! Almost second grader!
This was super fast and easy, and I love the result. This project could easily be used as a gift for little people in your life!
Supplies: Method: Fold It In; Paper: Studio Calico, Crate; Embellishments: Sassafrass sticker, Basic Grey micro letter stickers, Kelly Purkey alphabet stickers, Up and Up washi; Page Protector: Project Life Design A; Adhesive: Scor-Tape; Tools: Neon Omnigrip No Slip Ruler 6 x 12 Inches, EK Success Honey Bee Non-Stick Craft Scissors, Tonic Studios Guillotine Paper Trimmer, Bone-Folder.
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P.S. I made a similar book for myself years ago. Here’s a look at that: