Hey organized DIYers,
Last year, I used a beautiful weekly planner I had found at Hay, during our citytrip in Copenhagen. Since all I got left was one sheet (so one week) and I was in Antwerp, I went to their shop to buy a new one. But I discovered – oh sad it is – that they only sell them at the beginning of the year. What a disappointment!
So, as any other DIYer and graphic design would have done, I created my own. Today, I want to share it with you!
Willing to do something nice with your hands? Gather your old color pencils and some cardboard, just like you were used to do at school. We have a simple and creative idea to share with you today!
At the last Creative Sunday, we made paper boxes to gather the material for our workshop (the Californian necklace). Today we think we have to share this simple technique with you. It’s also the opportunity for us to talk about the great initiative from the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam, NL)…
What were you doing last weekend? At HowTo, we were embroidering notebooks with DIYers like you at Retrorama!
The technique is very simple. In fact, we already explained it here last year. But thanks to our workshop at Retrorama, we have new examples and new pictures to explain it again. Plus, we offer a grid and patterns to upload! (See the end of this post for our PDF)
So… How do we embroid a notebook cover? Follow the steps!