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Carolanns2 09-15-2006 02:49 PM

Cardstock or scrapbook paper to cover composition book ?
 
Which is better for covering composition books? Also should I use Mod-Podge to apply it, I want to make some for Christmas gifts but this is my first attempt TIA
Carol :)

Joan B 09-15-2006 03:31 PM

Cardstock is simply too thick. You need the thinner patterned paper. Modge podge would work just fine. You could also use PVA glue.

amysings 09-15-2006 03:37 PM

I've used both. I have used Mono Multi with good results--no buckling, no coming apart. I'm afraid it's just a matter of personal preference! :-)

rosiedog 09-16-2006 04:34 AM

I've used both, too. I just use a good glue stick and maybe Sticky Strip at the edges to keep them tight.

If you use card stock for the spine, it's a good idea to distress curl it over the edge of a table before applying it to prevent creasing over that sharp angle of the spine.

Good Luck and have fun!!

mndnco 09-16-2006 08:26 AM

I say yes to both.
I use Sticky Strip or Tacky Tape with the card stock for more holding power!
Here is a mini comp. book with all card stock and Sticky Strip.

Carolanns2 09-16-2006 12:28 PM

thank-you!! ;)


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