Thursday, May 23, 2013

Craft Tutorial: Homemade Notepad from Recycled Paper

If you are like me, you take notes on everything, but it always seems like you never have a notepad around! I'm always thinking of new things to do or try, or making lists of things I need to do for my business. So, I decided to put together a quick and easy notepad for my desk out of old, used paper!

You will need:
-Used paper with one blank side
-Binder clips
-Elmer's glue
-Scissors




Cut up your used paper. I found that cutting the papers in fourths made for the most convenient notepads. Face all of the blank sides facing up.



Put your binder clips along one side of the stack of paper. 



Along where you placed your binder clips, pour a thick layer of glue.
Let the glue dry completely, then remove your binder clips and boom! You have a brand new, ready to use notepad! Super easy project that recycles old paper... love it!



2 comments:

  1. So Easy! That's great- thanks Millie!

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  2. Recycled paper - Papico can meet most requirements with a full range of recycled papers and environmentally friendly uncoated recycled papers and boards.

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