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Stitching Signatures into my 5×8 Lapbook.

Today I’m playing in my 5″x8″ lap book again, this time I’m stitching in three 16 page signatures using a basic 3 hole pamphlet stitch. As the spine of my lap book is quite sturdy I don’t think it warrants a more complicated stitch to hold in the signatures. Once they’re all in place I’ll have 48 pages to use as a notebook or planner.

To position and make sure I get the holes in the right place I created an easy to use template, which you can download and keep for free! Click Here ==> dots

To watch how I stitched in the signatures from start to finish in real time, click the YouTube link below.

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3 thoughts on “Stitching Signatures into my 5×8 Lapbook.

  1. Hello Mike
    I am new to art journaling you are so inspiration and creative and encouraging. I am really enjoying the lap book that your making at the moment. I can’t wait for the next installment. You’ve encouraged me to have a go at making one. Thank you Wendy .
    PS any idears where I can get the ephemera from please

  2. I have absolutely loved this project. I’m going to adapt it into a “Wanderlust Dream Book”. He loves researching and planning and learning everything about our destination. Thank you for straight forward, plan and simple instructions. They are so inspirational. Thanks for taking the time to do this. Your talent is awe-inspiring.

    Thank you.

  3. This looks fabulous, you are better than me at sewing.
    Linda xxx

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