This month, the challenge at Scrappin Chics Challenge Blog is a Kitchen theme. I was going to do a layout of my kitchen remodel, but I am afraid that will end up being 4 pages!! I did not have all the pictures handy, so I made a list of other projects (below) and my Grocery List Note Pad seemed the most fun!
I thought 3x8 would be a good size for a note pad, so I cut two pieces of watercolor paper and one piece of scrapbook paper to 3x8. I took some loose leaf notebook paper and trimmed it to 3x8. I wanted to have lines on my paper.
I dusted off my Bind-It-All. I used my ATG gun to adhere my paper to the front cover and then punched the holes in both the cover and back pages. Next I punched the holes in the notebook paper.
I welded a bunch of words using Don Juan. These words are common items from a grocery list.
I ran the mesh of words through my Xyron. I rubbed the backing paper as I pulled it off the word mesh.
I put the mesh on the cover. I put the pages in between the covers and then flipped over the back page...
and put the o-wires through the holes.
I put the notebook back in the Bind-It-All and squeezed the wires closed.
Here is the notepad with the wires in.
Here is the inside of the note pad.
I added a little twine and a metal "doo dad" because it needed a little something and my metal one was flat. Would have preferred a food item, but did not have one handy.
It is not too late to create a kitchen project and post it on the Scrappin Chics Challenge Blog!