DIY Snoopy Notebook

What do you do with a plain orange notebook? This is the question that I asked myself a few weeks ago when I first got it. I knew immediately that I wanted to decorate it, but how?

After a few hours, the idea came to me. I could cut out a comic strip and glue it to the front. And that’s exactly what I did. Taking a few weeks worth of the Peanuts comic strip, I decorated my notebook. I thought that it would be fun to share with my Winged Wonders too.

This craft is really simple but really cute. Let’s get started!

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You Will Need

  • At least three strips of Peanuts or any other comic
  • A notebook
  • Scissors
  • A glue stick

 

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Start by cutting out your comic strips. Cut out each individual square so that eventually, you’ll have a pretty large pile.

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Next, cover your notebook the best that you can, mixing up the different strips.

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You’re only trying to get the first layer on. You can glue the comic squares immediately or arrange them then glue.

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Finally, you’re going to cover up the spaces that you couldn’t get before. You’re also going to glue them on top of each other for a cool layered effect. The more, the better with this.

Now, you have a fun notebook to use! I’m using mine as a bullet journal.

This craft also makes a good gift for someone’s birthday or another holiday. Just be sure to use their favorite strip! 🙂

You could also make a second variation of this with the pages of an old book (I previously did some book crafts here). You simply follow the same steps but use a book instead.

 

If you make these, send me pictures at wingeddogblog@gmail.com. I’d love to see them!

 

Do you like Snoopy? do you decorate your notebooks?

 

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