2012 Reflections Journal Project Idea

2012 Reflections Journal Project Idea

White Cardstock
Reflections Designer Print Paper
Reflections Tone on Tone Paper
Reflections Title Stickers
Reflections Paper Flowers
Reflections Paper Tags
White Simple Monogram Stickers
Foam Squares

How to Create:
To create the front & back covers, trim two cardboard packaging to 7-1/2″ x 9-1/2″, adhere both pieces to back side of two 12″ x 12″ Reflections Designer-Print Paper, centered. Fold all four corners towards the inside of cardboard, then fold and adhere all four sides to cardboard using Tape Runner.
Adhere 7″ x 9″ piece of White Cardstock to the inside of both covers to hide seams.
Punch two holes on one side of each cover, one 3″ from top & one 3” from bottom.
Use covers as a guide to punch holes in 7-1/4″ x 9-1/4″ Reflections Tone-on-Tone Paper & White Cardstock to use for page inserts.
Put book together using binder rings.
Affix White Simple Monogram Stickers to front cover.
Cut white Reflections Paper Tag in half. Adhere 1/2” above title & affix Reflections Title Sticker across top of title & to hide seam.
Embellish with Reflections Paper Flowers using Foam Squares.
Finished Size:
7-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ Journal

Project Designed by:
Cindy Liebel


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