Make a List Book, with or without sticky notes, from our printables: use it as a To Do list, a notebook for a particular project or even writing paper. If you use brads to secure the pages you can just print more and re-fill it when necessary.
Our lovely Volunteer Crafter, Debbie has kindly contributed the written instructions, photos and video so you have a number of ways to follow this card making tutorial.
Time to Make (after printing sheets needed): Average 45 minutes
1. Print out the sheets in your kit and then, cut and score where indicated.
If you have a perforating blade in your trimmer, perforate the tops of the notepaper.
*If you want to have 2 note paper panels, instead of using sticky note pads on one half, print 2 reinforcing panels.
2. Fold and glue the page holder section and leave to dry.
3. Take the front and the back and glue them together.
4. Turn over and glue the reinforcing panels to the inside of the front and back cover.
5. If you want to be able to re-fill your book when you've used all the pages, follow these steps, otherwise skip down. Once the notes holder is dry, using a hole punch, punch out holes where indicated by white circles. Do the same on all of the note pages. Using a brad, push through the front of the notes holder, through the notes pages and through the back of the notes holder and open the ends of the brad to secure.
6. Using tape or glue, secure the holder to the back cover of the book.
As shown in the images at the top of this page, there are various ways you can make or adapt your list book.
Watch our video below to see how to make up list books, including these different adaptations.
We have a big value bundle for those who like a bargain, Craft Sellers, Groups and families, as well as individual kits available. There's a List Book Template if you want to design, and even sell, your own. We even have a 'colouring' version if you want to save your ink and colour in your covers and book instead.