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What do you do with all those extreme coloring books you’ve picked up? You make DIY Extreme Coloring Notebooks and Letters.
Happy Monday! I have a quick and fun project for you all today.
Gosh, I feel like I say that a lot but this one might be the easiest craft project that I’ve shared and it’s definitely a new favorite.
It all started with an extreme coloring book that Connor picked out at Target. Then we had to do some back to school shopping and we picked up a few composition notebooks. When I got home the two were sitting next to each other on the table and I had the perfect idea – Extreme Coloring Notebooks!
All you need are a few items:
- extreme coloring pages
- composition notebooks
- spray adhesive
- Carefully cut a page from the coloring book. Spray back of paper with spray adhesive.
- Adhere page to front of composition book and let dry.
- Cut extra paper from edges of notebook.
How fun are these notebooks? Any they cost about 75 cents to make each notebook.
If I had these in school I probably wouldn’t have gotten in trouble for talking so much.
And, I also made a fun Extreme Coloring K for myself to work on. I can’t wait to color it and put it on my desk. All I did was adhere a coloring sheet to a chipboard letter using spray adhesive. Then I used an x-acto knife to trim the paper around the letter. Another easy and fun project to make with extreme coloring sheets.
Happy crafting my friends!