It’s week 4 of Bloggers go Back to School and today I am sharing DIY binder covers! These covers are so easy to make and yet so adorable. I kept a color scheme of black and pink with accents of gold and silver.
This is what your finish binder will look like! Keep on reading for more details for how I made them!
Choose the 2 papers you want. I choose pink gingham and gold glitter.
Cut the paper to the size of your binder I cut mine to be 8.5 x 11. You will also need to cut your accent color. I did not need to do this since mine was pre cut to 4.5 x 6.5.
Choose your font. I went to dafont.com and searched monogram. I then choose the font named monogrammed KK. To save the font click the download in the top right corner.
Once you download the font you should find it in the font box on either word or pages. Then type out your initials. I made my first and middle initials smaller to give more on the monogram appearance. Once you finish typing, print it out then glue to your paper. I recommend cutting it right around the edge of the font so there is not to much white.
This step is optional. I added the name of the class on the side of the binder. I did this for one binder then kept the other plain. To do this all you need is card stock paper, a sharpie, and some stickers. I took a circle stencil to trace the gold dots then added the stickers to spell out science. You need the card stock because it is sturdy and will allow you to slide it into the small side cover.
I hope y’all enjoyed todays post. Stick around to see the finale installment to my back to school series next Monday!