Remixed Composition Notebooks


Remixed Composition Notebooks

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If you like fabric craft projects, glitter projects and everything in between, then you'll love this fun and unique craft idea. Make the school season more fun by creating Remixed Composition Notebooks from Stephenie Hamen. It's a fun way to stand out from the crowd.


Glitter Notebook:


  • Composition Notebook
  • Collage Pauge
  • Glitter
  • Duct Tape
  • Decorative Paper
  • Stickers


  1. Take Collage Pauge and spread a layer on the front and back covers. 
  2. Next, sprinkle with the glitter of your choice and let it dry. 
  3. Add a second coat of Collage Pauge and glitter and let it dry again. 
  4. Add a final layer of Collage  Pauge to seal in the glitter. 
  5. To finish it all off, grab some fun duct tape to decorate the spine and to add some flair to the front.  With a bit of paper and a couple stickers, you are all ready to make a big statement!


Fabric Covered Notebook:


  • Composition notebook
  • Linen
  • Fabric
  • Adhesive
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Pinkers
  • PeelInStick
  • Fiskars Fuse
  • Ink
  • Stamp


  1. Mark out and trim fabric so that one piece covers both the inside and outside covers, front and back. 
  2. Cut an additional panel to add to the outside front and outside back covers. The yellow is bright, so this helped block out the yellow. 
  3. Use a small bit of adhesive to keep it in place and trimmed the edge. 
  4. Wrap the big piece all the way around and put it through the sewing machine. 
  5. Trim off the excess on the inside with straight scissors and used pinkers to finish the top and bottom edges.
  6. Use some PeelnStick and put it on the patterned fabric and ran it through the Fuse to die cut out shapes to add to the front of the journal.
  7. Ink, stamp, and adhere the fabric, as well as a piece of ribbon to the front to finish it all off!


Washi Tape Notebook:


  • Composition Notebook
  • Washi Tape
  • Scissors
  • Stickers
  • Ribbon


  1. Roll Washi Tape onto notebook and trim it off, roll it over the edges, and the add a little tag.
  2. Add stickers and some ribbon to the tag and adhere it.

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