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Thread: Christmas gifts to make - Journal Covers

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    Super Member lizzy's Avatar
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    I bought the black and white notebooks at WalMart at the beginning of school. They were 25Cents each. One of the ladies in our Bee demonstrated how to make the cover. The cover is removable and can be washed if necessary. I will look for the pattern to share if anyone is interested.

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    I am definitely interested in the pattern, what a great idea and beautiful work....

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    beautiful, thanks for sharing,

    could you do a tutorial for us, please on the journal covers

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    I am also. It would be a nice gift for the ladies in our prayer group.

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    I would love the pattern also You did a beautiful job. My girls would love this for a journal what a great Christmas gift idea thank you for sharing!! PMing you also! Jade

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    Would love the pattern and/or a tutorial!

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    Love to have the pattern.The journal covers you made are beautiful :D

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    I would love to have the pattern also.

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    Beautiful book covers. I would love to make some of them for my church's fair, so I am also interested in the pattern.

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    Me too for the pattern. Never thought about covering my journals. You did a great job!

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    Me too on the pattern. Yours are so pretty!

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    I would love a tutorial on these covers. You do awesome work. Maybe I can get some done in time for Christmas gifts.

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    count me in for the pattern!

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    I did these last year. I think the Moda Bake Shop has a pattern.

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    I too would like the pattern. They would make great gifts.

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    I would be interested in that pattern .. maybe I can figure it out for a book cover as well :) Thank you.

    Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncsewer
    count me in for the pattern!
    Me, too!!!!! :thumbup:

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    Yes on the pattern also, and a big thank you in advance! :) Like yours by the way...

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    Me, Me, Me ... :thumbup: interested on how to make this compostion notebook cover..please share! Thanks...

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    I agree with what everyone else said. I just love them and would love to make them also!

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    I love journal covers. Did them for everyone I know 2 years ago. hmmmm...maybe they need new ones by now?

    Yours are beautiful!

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    very nice job, I would love the pattern as well.

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    I would also love the pattern. Very nice!

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    Ohhhhh please share!

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    I too would like the pattern.

    Someone mentioned that maybe they could use it for a book cover and it reminded me that when my kids were in elementary school and had to cover their textbooks, I used to make them covers out of fabric. I did exactly like one made out of a brown bags but sewed the top and bottom of each end that slid onto the front and back covers. They lasted all year and the kids could pick out fabric that reflected their interests. I used to like making them each year.

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