The following post is sponsored by ASTROBRIGHTS® Papers
As we prepare for another school year, this one will certainly look different. Whether you have kids returning to school in-person or online this fall, they can enjoy these easy paper notebooks made with ASTROBRIGHTS Papers cardstock to write their notes! With the ASTROBRIGHTS Papers “Primary” cardstock pack as well as black and white papers, you (or your kids) can make these simple DIY notebooks inspired by classic back-to-school references. Make a school bus notebook, crayon notebook and lined paper notebook to have multiple options for taking notes. Keep reading for all the details and short video – you’ll see just how easy it is to recreate these easy paper notebooks!
After sharing my Cinco de Mayo fiesta decor with ASTROBRIGHTS Papers this spring, I’m back with another paper craft! This time, use vibrant colors to make eye-catching notebooks for your kids (that you’ll want to use too).
How to Make Paper Notebooks in Minutes
- ASTROBRIGHTS Papers “Primary” Color Assortment Cardstock
- Orbit Orange™ Cardstock
- Solar Yellow™ Cardstock
- Blast-Off Blue™ Cardstock
- ASTROBRIGHTS Papers Premium Inkjet & Laser Paper, Astro White
- ASTROBRIGHTS Paper, Eclipse Black™
- Glue stick
- Alphabet stickers, black and/or white
- Black marker/pen
Step 1: Select about 10 pieces of ASTROBRIGHTS Papers Premium Inkjet & Laser Paper and fold them in half. Then fold a piece of your desired cardstock and place it over the white papers.
Step 2: Unfold a stapler and carefully staple the middle of the fold. Then staple either side, closer to the edge of the paper. Depending on your stapler, you may need to do this with a pad underneath to protect your work surface. This is the most basic way to make a binding for easy paper notebooks.
Visit the ASTROBRIGHTS blog for the full tutorials for all three paper notebook projects!
These easy paper notebooks are fun to make for your kids (or with their help) if you’re looking for an easy back-to-school craft! No matter how your kids return to school this year, I hope these help them feel excited about the new school year.
Thank you to ASTROBRIGHTS Papers for generously sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own. Please note this post contains affiliate links from which I may collect a small profit should you choose to make a purchase. Thanks for supporting the brands that keep Club Crafted making!