Can you believe it’s back-to-school time?! If your kids are like mine, they like to have their own unique clothes and supplies to express all their favorite interests. Customizable notebooks are a great way for them to personalize their gear. Keep reading for 9 customizable notebooks perfect for back-to-school.
Good As Gold
These DIY notebooks are as good as gold… gold leafing anyway. You’ll use gold leafing to create this rich look. Get more details from Hello Lucky.
Channel the good old days when you had to use index cards to check out a library book. These fun library card notebooks will have you saying you’re over due to make enough for all your friends as well. Get the DIY tutorial here from Packagery.
Create these wild notebooks using your favorite playing cards. Go Fish or War would be my top picks! To open a whole new set of possibilities, you could also use your favorite trading cards. Learn how to make your own playing card notebooks from Handmadeology.
Use washi tape and magazine pages to catalogue things that inspire you this school year. These are super easy to make! Learn how from Calico Skies.
With Flying Colors
Take notes this school year with flying colors… paint chip colors, that is. Fold your favorite paint chips and fill with white paper. Their small size makes them easy to store in any pocket or bag. Get the DIY tutorial here.
Tony the Tiger would approve of using his cereal boxes for this easy cereal box notebook. The button and string are a fun way to keep your notebook top secret! Head over to Creme de la Craft for DIY directions.
Scrap ‘n Doodle
Doodle away those boring class lectures in this cute scrapbook-inspired notebook. Use a sewing machine and thread to hold your pages together. Gathering Beauty shares all the DIY information here.
Flip and Flop
Flip the pages in this old school floppy disc notebook. What a creative use of all those useless floppy discs! Idea source.
Use embroidery thread and a needle to create this fabulous notebook. Sketch out or trace a favorite logo or design and then stitch through embroidery thread to create your own. These are sew fantastic! Idea source.
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