Cómo hacer un Portanotas con Tarjetero Sencillo | Tutorial Scrapbooking | Luisa PaperCrafts

Cómo hacer un Portanotas con Tarjetero Sencillo | Tutorial Scrapbooking | Luisa PaperCrafts


Hello! How are you? Today we will make a notebook holder with a card holder. We will need letter size 8 1/2 x 11 inch card stock, glue, cutter or X-Acto knife, an object with a rounded tip, a ruler, scissors and whatever you want to decorate. I bought this notebook at the dollar store with drawings of mandalas, but you can make your own notebooks for this project. I am going to put the measures according to the book that I am using, This will vary depending on which one you are going to use. put the cardstock in vertical way make little marks with a pencil at 4 1/8″ and 4 3/8″ I’m going to cut the cardsrock a little longer than the notebook. To make the folds lines I will use the bone folder. fold I’m going to put some pencil markrs where the notebook will be. cut another piece of cardstock at 4 1/2″ by 9″ We will make score marks to a quarter of an inch on three sides. This will be the pocket where the notebook will be hooked cut the corners diagonaly fold the score lines and glue it to the base For the left-side card holder, cut a piece of cardstock at 4″ by 8 3/4″ For the pockets of the cards cut one piece of 2″ by 4 1/2″ and four of 1 1/2″ by 4 1/2″ I cut more because I did not know how many I would need. Score the pieces of 1 1/2″ to a quarter of an inch on two sides, Now I’m using the Scoring Board to make it quickly on the 2″ piece score a quarter of an inch on three sides. Fold Cut the corners diagonaly The larger piece will be placed at the bottom. Put adhesive on the tab, Stick it this way The tabs of the pockets go towards the back. Now, on the following pieces Put a glue line on the bottom back and glue it a little below the beginning of the pocket that we paste previously. Try to align each pocket well. Flip it over put adhesive on the tabs glue them It is ready to put the cards. Now, stick it on the base I’ll decorate the cover a bit. I’ll use a ribbon to close it I forgot to stick it before putting the cardstock. I’m going to hold the ribbon with tape. I’ll place a piece of cardstock and a tag to cover the tape. Here it is finished I just added corners these are chipboard stickers a focal point I just added washi tape to decorate the pockets. If you liked this video please give me a LIKE, Share it and Subscribe for more videos don’t forget to activate the little bell to receive a notification when I upload a new video Thanks so much for joining me today Until next time.

30 thoughts on “Cómo hacer un Portanotas con Tarjetero Sencillo | Tutorial Scrapbooking | Luisa PaperCrafts

  1. q buena idea 💡
    justo pensaba como podria arreglar un cuadernillo, q quiero regalar a mi hermana 😊😀☺

  2. Olá Luisa, tudo bem? Adorei este vídeo uma ótima sugstão para presentear!!!
    Gostaria muito de um video/projeto de álbum "grande"!!!
    Parabéns pelo seu lindo trabalho , Beijos do Brasil!!!

  3. Hola guapa,preciosa ,tu siempre dando buenas ideas para esas libretas de notas.gracias.Beos de chocolate

  4. Excelente tutorial Luisa… Muchas gracias por compartirlo. A trabajar se dijo con estas maravillas que nos enseñas.

  5. me gusta para hacer la lista del mandado…y en los porta tarjetas llevar organizados coupones de descuentos 😊

  6. gracias Luisa por compartir tus ideas también are uno para la lista de el supermercado y las tarjetas y cupones así no los traeré regados en mi bolsa😘

  7. me encanta!! y como tengo de esas libretas!! bueno 2 jajajaja pero no les he sacado provecho precisamente por lo frágil que son y ésta es una excelente forma de aprovecharlas porque hay diseños muy bonitos y son muy económicas, gracias Luisita bella pechocha como siempre enseñando cosas lindas lindas!

  8. Hola! chicos en el video tuve un ERROR en las medidas de 1/4" aparece 1.3cm y lo CORRECTO es 1/4" = .6mm

  9. Me encantó.
    Has uno similar pero con departamento a un lado para pluma o lápiz. Te lo agradecerá bastante.
    Saludos, bendiciones

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