Pocket Notebooks

Repurpose your piles of scrap paper to create fun little notebooks. There’s an easy how-to and lots of uses and ideas over on my latest post at SC Johnson’s Family Economics HERE. (My kids each received one each over the holidays as Advent calendar goodies.)

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson

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16 Responses to Pocket Notebooks

  1. #1 - emily hope says:

    thanks, Cathe! I love this idea & I think the young’uns around here will too 🙂

  2. #2 - Michael - Innkeeper says:

    these are ah-mazing! what a great idea!

    and an excellent use of unused paper!

    love it! thanks

  3. #4 - That's Not My Age says:

    Such a good idea – I always have to have a notebook, now I can make my own and recycle at the same time. Perfect.

  4. #5 - Henrietta says:

    What a great idea, you are so clever.

  5. #6 - Kimberly Jones says:

    What a fabulous idea! I have enough paper and ephemera to last a lifetime, so I’m always looking for great ways to repurpose my stash. Thanks for sharing.

  6. #7 - Michelle says:

    Wonderful idea. I love those vintage card covers…had some just like it as a child! I loved playing Crazy 8’s.

  7. #8 - Love From Eden says:

    What a cute idea! 🙂 x

  8. #9 - Kuki says:

    Wow …absolutly amazing…i love your work its so fantastic.
    Hugs from Germany

  9. #10 - Allyson says:

    These are SO cute! They’re the perfect size for carrying around in your purse. Thanks for all the ideas! I linked you on my blog so that my friends will be sure to see this stuff too!

  10. #11 - Ashley says:

    I like the idea od using the old playing cards as the front and back of notebook! Btw the vintage ones you used are cool! I am gonna start saving my scraps now and make one of these notebooks for my son using son old baseball cards. Thank you!

  11. #12 - Kat says:

    This is such a great idea! I have always made little notebooks with my scrap paper by punching a hole and keeping together with a binding ring… but I never thought of adding old pictured paper and cardstock. Thanks for sharing!

  12. #13 - scp says:

    Like this idea. Say, do you have scans of the vintage playing cards shown here? They remind me of some I had a a little person. I REALLY like the numbers…can use in many ways huh? If you do, would you share? Appreciate all you do. Thanx so much.

  13. #14 - diane bryer says:

    I was waiting for my friend who was having surgery and picked up a magazine and found on article that mentioned your website. I love love it. I will definitely will be dropping in often. Thank you for sharing your talents.

  14. #15 - Bonnie Rathje says:

    What a great idea! I never have a notebook when I need one – way cuter than the box I keep scrap paper in!

  15. #16 - Gina says:

    Thanks for sharing. Great idea.