Hi, everybody! It's Suzanne, and today I'm sharing this little covered notepad that I made to keep next to my computer.
I have so many different passwords to remember now that back I'm in school, and I find it hard to remember log in information for websites I don't often visit.
I decorated the front of the notepad cover with the Here's The Scoop and Treat Yourself clear stamp sets and a sheet from the Perfectly Plaid petite paper pack that matched the card stock I used to make the cover.
When the notepad cover is folded, it measures about 3.25 inches by 3.25 inches. I cut about 30 index cards down and hot glued them together to make the notepad.
You can definitely make a larger notepad or use a larger pre-made notepad; just change the dimensions of the cover to fit your project. The full open size of this cover is 3.25 inches by about 7 inches.
I made an office envelope closure with two brads and some twine, but you can also use magnets or maybe temporary adhesive to keep the notepad closed. I also found that by folding the cover back, it creates an easel to make it easier to read what's on the notepad when it's on the table next to my laptop.
I hope you are inspired by my project to create some little notepads of your own! Thanks so much for stopping by today!
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