Bookbinding University: Creative Add-Ons Add accessories to your handmade book. Share There are so many options for customizing your own notebooks and today I’m excited to share two simple “creative add-ons” that will bring your projects to the next level of awesome. In this tutorial you’ll learn: how to create decorative “headbands” and how to create an elastic band closure. Both of these are incredibly easy add-ons that just take a couple of minutes. [ylwm_vimeo height=”400″ width=”600″ ]72736668[/ylwm_vimeo] Minute markers: 0:08 | How to Make Text Block “Headbands” 2:05 | How to Make Elastic Band Closures MORE BOOKBINDING TUTORIALS How to Make a Text Block | How to Make a Hardcover | How to Make a Composition Style Notebook | How to Make Your Own Bookcloth | How to Make Elastic Closures & Headbands | Perfect Binding Keep on crafting with these other posts Creative Inspiration Gallery Wall How to Make a Paper Placemat Alphabet Punchboard Paper Heart Garland Post navigation ← Bookbinding University: Make Your Own BookclothDIY Ombre Journals → 16 thoughts on “Bookbinding University: Creative Add-Ons” Great ideas, Amber! This has been such a great series…thank you so much! Reply I would have loved to see you add a ribbon place marker like some bibles and finer notebooks have. I can see how you’d add it right before gluing on a headband but others might not be able to figure it out. Reply to have a ribbon place mark you just need to glue some ribbon to the spine starting from the bottom so the excess will be at the top of the book before you add the Text Block “Headbands”, but make sure it’s long enough. Reply I like this creative add-ons, it makes the book look so professional! I have one off-topic question: What is the font of the “Craft is dismissed” writing and where did you find it? I love it! Reply I never would have thought to use the eyelets! Great tutorials and wonderful inspiration,thanks! Reply Hi amber! I LOVE Bookbinding University, and I think it’s so great. I just want to know if this is the last episode, because I’d like it to continue 🙂 Reply Hi Mindy! I am so happy that you love this series and want more! Lucky for you there are two more posts that will go up with week. Each post has a few more creative ideas for making the most of your handmade notebooks! Reply Loving this series! Thank you SO much for sharing your creativity! Can’t wait to make some:) Reply Love your tutorials. I shall use your tips for binding my next watercolor journal. I made a watercolor journal because I never could find the proper size I wanted for my travel watercolor set. Thanks again for the great ideas. Reply Thank you for this series. I have been thinking of yearbooks for my three year old grandson . Having blanks ready wil be a great idea. As nice as the shutterfly type books can be it will be nice to capture the action and I can glue it my collage pictures. Thank you again Gramma Betsy Reply Pingback: 6 Ideas para reutilizar el papel de regalo | Ahorradoras.com Heya superb blog! Does running a blog similar to this take a lot of work? I’ve absolutely no knowledge of programming but I had been hoping to start my own blog soon. Anyhow, if you have any recommendations or techniques for new blog owners please share. I know this is off subject however I simply needed to ask. Thank you! Reply Adoro tu trabajo. Tienes un gusto exquisito. Felicidades! Reply Hi everyone, it’s my first pay a quick visit at this web site, and paragraph is in fact fruitful for me, keep up posting these types of posts. Reply Pingback: Tina Strange and the Deathly Bullet Journal – Part 2 – Tina Strange's Dark Arts If you are having troubles while remember passwords in egde microsoft so you may have help and support of this platform which includes all information in the form of images and will also help you to get rid of all your hurdles. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.