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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Quick and Easy Book Page Garland {VIDEO!}

Happy Sunday!  We finally got rain yesterday after weeks of a dry spell, which meant Saturday was spent lounging and being lazy.  Since it was too dark to take pictures for my fall home tour, I decided it would be fun to tape my very first video!  It's a super easy, inexpensive project that only uses a few items and is incredibly versatile.

Here's what you'll need:
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- Card stock- To make your template
- Vintage book pages (I used pages from one of my old Reader's Digest Books.  You can find them for next to nothing at thrift stores)
- Jute*
- Elmer's adhesive backed letters*
- Elmer's glue stick*
- Hole Punch*

This is such a fun and quick project that's perfect for just about any occasion from holiday's to birthday's, the possibilities are endless!


I would love to get your feedback on this style of posting.  Did you like the video tutorial or would you rather have a picture guide?  If you enjoyed the video I posted it to Facebook and would LOVE if you would show it some love.  Thanks!

Would you like to comment?

  1. HI!! I love the video tutorial. Please do more of them in the future!! I love the banner btw!!

  2. This is such a good idea! I love this for fall. I really want to use neutral colors like these this year to decorate with.

    Thanks for sharing at The Creative Corner! I can't wait to see what you share next week and have been up to.

  3. I love this idea! Ill have to start looking for more vintage books when I am junking. The video is amazing as well.

  4. Loved the quick video tutorial. The banner is so cute! I did have to watch it twice because I didn't understand how/why you used the glue on the adhesive letters. I'm guessing the letters weren't that sticky so the glue was just a bit extra adhesive? Loved the project tho, and I'm definately going to do this for our own entry mirror. Thanks!

    1. Thanks Kris! The letters are actually only sticky at the top (like Post-it notes), so you'll have to add glue on the bottom for them to stick to the paper. I'm glad you liked the project and thanks so much for stopping by!