Jo and I enjoy keeping our cards bundled as well, and everyone is always delighted when we pull a card off the stack to hand them.
We’ve got a several other tutorials with custom notepad ideas, such as our printable grocery lists, the gin rummy scoresheets I made for my Grandma, and the custom photo notepads I made with my niece’s photo.
Just don’t add too much paint, or you’ll compromise the strength of the compound. With this trick to make your own colored padding compound, you can make a rainbow of notepads.
With the wide variety of acrylic craft paints available, you’ll be limited only by your imagination.
Our white padding compound can be tinted with ordinary acrylic craft paint to create custom colors.
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