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Big Fabric notepad cover DIY kit, cartonnage kit 210, online instructions


Making sturdy and functional fabric projects using cartonnage technique is lots of fun.

This  DIY cartonnage Kit comes with all pre cut paper (chipboard, poster board and kraft paper) you need to make your own notepad cover, as shown in the pictures.  The finished cover closed is 12 “ x 9”, and it contains the legal pad and magnets to make your magnet bar to hold your notes, papers or planner pages. No worries about cutting paper! Fabric and other contents showed in pictures are not included. 

Inside the kit you will find the directions to go to the website and watch the complete video tutorial.

For  making the project you will need this kit,  two coordinating  fabrics (1/2 yard each - you will have leftover), Glue All (Elmer's), rotary cutter, cutting mat,  a small paint roller with tray, paint brush, masking tape, super glue.

Cartonnage tools (spatula, acrylic spacers and corner tool) will facilitate the process and give a better finishing for your project. Find them in the tools section of the shop. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Barbara Goderis
Big Fabric notepad

It is so much easier to use the precut forms that Colorway Arts has. I have tried to do the cutting myself and can't accomplish the accuracy that the kits provide. I believe the cost to be pretty close after driving all over to find the correct materials

Kits ordered 186 & 210

I was pleasantly surprised about how fast I received my order. The items were packed well, and exactly what I expected. Thanks

Robin Parton
Cartonnage kit 210

The kit was nice, part of it was missing. I figured out what to substitute and continued on. If there are on line instructions I could not find them, watched the UTube video many times , I would have like to be able to print off something I could refer to . I am new and learning so any help would be appreciated

Patti Neavin
First of many!

I just received my 3 kits and I'm so excited to make them! I joined the monthly club and I can't wait to make lots of boxes! I love Claudia's videos and her enthusiasm is so contagious!

Carol Owens
always great

I have not made these items yet, but I have followed Claudia since she lived in IN and taught us at the quilt shop I worked at. All the kits from Colorway Arts have been of the best value. You will not be disappointed! Her instructions are always based on teaching someone who is a beginner, so anyone can follow and build whatever they choose. I do suggest starting with something easy, to learn the technique. Woodworkers will love this art!