Mini Journals

Ages 9-13

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Learn paper making and bookbinding techniques to make journals for your thoughts and doodles!

Everything needed, from materials to illustrated step-by-step instructions, is included, along with additional art & design ideas and inspiration.

Activities:

  • Mix the Paper
  • Mold the paper
  • Make a journal

Explore:

  • Paper
  • Papermaking
  • Bookbinding

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    christina, Dec 31, 2019

    Ten year old loves it

    I bought up three kiwico boxes for each of our daughters for Christmas this year. This one went to our ten year old whom likes to doddle in little journals. She was able to do it almost all by herself. The only issue she had was threading the needle. The first time she followed exactly what the instructions said to do, but after the process she looked over the inspirations on the back on the instructions and has been making a list of what she wants to do next. For example she wants to cut up a fake feather and put that in the cover. It allows her to experiment with different textures, shapes and materials to see what it will look like.

    I also like that it's more then just putting papers together with a staple, she learned how to actually bind a book together. This was her first time hand sewing so she was pretty excited about that.

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    Richard, Jul 22, 2019

    Cool concept and lots of journal pages

    My daughter loves art and it was so much fun. Loved that you could make a wonderful piece of paper and learn how to sew the back of the book. Was able to make 4 journals and she loves writing in them.

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    Maura, May 11, 2019

    Creative and fun process

    It was very creative and each sheet of paper came out different which shows how much variability can be created from the limited sheets of paper provided. I loved that it's a project that can be made over and over by just buying simple paper!

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    Ericka, Mar 5, 2019

    Fun way to learn how to make paper

    It was different and had a science process. It was easy enough but fun to do together also. It brought different skills together and created a product my daughter can use.

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