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Makeover Monday- Stampin' Up! Words of Truth Notepad and Video Tutorial

Stampin-up-words-of-truth-notepad-makeover-mondaySince it's back to school time, today's Makeover Monday features a notepad with the Words of Truth stamp set from Stampin' Up!

To assemble the notepad, all you need is some of our Tombow Mono Multipurpose Liquid Glue and some printer or copy paper cut to your desired size.

The Words of Truth stamp set along with the glimmer paper make this a fun gift for a stellar student or teacher.

Let's take a look at the video tutorial from the past below or you can find it HERE on You Tube.

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Lisa Brown

Hi Chris! Thank you so much for your comments! I love these little notepads and they would be precious in a stocking! ---Are you a demonstrator?

Chris R. from Iowa

Thanks Lisa! I had either missed the video or had forgotten about it so I was excited to learn about the Multipurpose Glue to make the notepad. Plus the tip about the powder! Both of the little belly bands are very cute. I think I can see making some of these for Christmas presents. Wouldn't they look cute sticking out of a stocking? Love your blog and your creative ideas. I apologize for not commenting more. Thanks again!

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