Here is another quick notebook you can make from a postcard and some scrap paper.
These make great travel journals, since they are small enough to fit in your pocket. When I travel I try to write down funny quotes and moments from the trip, the little things you forget about; later these are the perfect captions for photos. I started doing this after I scanned all my family photos, most of them had notes on the back that gave me a better idea of what was going on. It bummed me out to realize when I look back at my own photos, how much I will have forgotten about those moments. So I try to record more and when I put together photo books or albums I include these little notes.
paper (cut to size)
2 small binder clips
Fold postcard and paper directly in half.
Position paper inside postcard. Use the binder clip to secure the paper to the postcard.
Use needle to punch though paper and post card from the inside. If you are making a thick notebook, you may want to use a hammer and nail to punch the holes.
Run floss through holes and tie on the inside.
Trim the excess floss.
If your notebook is thick, place it under a stack of heavy books to flatten it.
That’s all there is too it. Really easy to put together, it only takes about 5 minutes.