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Monday, March 19, 2007

Doodle That Small Notebooks

Here are three of the little notebooks I've made. These measure 2.5" by 2.5". They're great for your purse! I just took pink and white organza ribbon and threaded it through a large plastic darning needle and ran it around the coils and it created nice little bumps. I need to finish off the other two the same way. They are just sweet little notebooks! I just can't get enough of the Doodle sets! I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they show up in the new catalog! I sell a LOT of these little notebooks at craft fairs!

Thanks for looking!

12 comments:

CHARLOTTE said...

Neat notebooks - are the pages lined or unlined and is this with the rubicoil? Can I ask what you sell this for? Great for the purse!

Susie said...

I just LOVE everything you've been making with the Doodle sets. These littles notes are so sweet and since I'm planning to do a craft bazaar in the fall I'll keep this idea. Thanks, Wanda.

StampingontheLakefront said...

I love the notebooks! Very cute and a perfect size for a purse. Thanks for sharing.

Renée said...

These are adorable, Wanda! Where did you find the tiny notebooks?

Anonymous said...

Do you bind your own notebooks or purchase them? They are very cute!

Vicky said...

Your little notebooks are adorable and I love your other notebook too. Can you tell me where you got them? Thanks Vicky

Michelle said...

Absolutely Adorable! Where do you find those small notebooks? I MUST have some! :-)

Michelle Tweedy said...

So very cute...and enquiring minds do want to know if you bind your own books. If so, what type of binding system do you use?

Marie said...

These are super cute!!! I lent out my Doodle sets to a friend, but now I want them back!! I need to do something like this. TFS!

breyasmommy said...

Just adorable! I love making these! TFS!

Anonymous said...

These are great little notebooks - will you share where you got them? I have a fair end of April and they would be perfect!!
Thanks!
Robin

Wanda said...

I make these notebooks myself.