Sweet-n-Spooky Mini Pocketfold Notebook

Have you seen the New Sweet-n-Spooky Bundle from Catherine Pooler?! The release is available now for purchase! Make sure to get your spooky bundle before they sell out!

To make this really fun pocketfold notebook, I trimmed down a piece of Letter size white cardstock to 11″ x 4″ and then folded it into a trifold. Then, I added the too cute Sweet-n-Spooky Patterned Paper to each flap on the inside and the outside.

Then, I created a pocket by trimming down a rectangle piece of patterned paper. I scored at .5″ on 3 sides and then folded at the score lines. Using scissors, I trimmed off the corners of the side and bottom flaps. Next, I can add double sided tape to each flap and then adhere it to my pocketfold.

I created 2 tags using my favorite tag punch.

I cut a piece of black cardstock using the new Eek Boo Cover Plate.

For the mini notebook, I simply trimmed down a piece of the patterned paper to form a book cover. I folded some regular computer paper to form the pages and then stapled them together. I used red SuperTape to adhere my pages to the cover because this tape is super strong.

Next, I stamped my images from the Toil and Trouble Stamp Set and colored them in with Copic markers.

I trimmed down some twine to wrap around my pocketfold, leaving enough to tie into a bow.

Here are more photos of the finished mini pocketfold notebook!

What are you excited about getting from this release??!

Don’t forget to use my affiliate link while shopping the Catherine Pooler site! It costs you nothing, but it gives me a teeny percentage back to help fund my crafty lifestyle! Thank you SO much for your support!! Xx, Amanda

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