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DIY Doctor Who Notebook

Hey DIYers! Today's DIY is perfect for all of those Doctor Who fans! It's a DIY Doctor Who Notebook! This notebook is so a little bit hard to make, and a little bit time consuming, so let's get started before the sun goes down, shall we!

You will need:
- White notebook
- Print out the following pictures: (You may need to resize them to fit your notebook!)


- Cardboard that is a little bit smaller than the notebook.
- Spray paint
- Scissors (that can cut printer paper)
- Exacto Knife
- Pencil
- Glue!

1. Spray paint the notebook, and let it dry for a few hours.
2. Using the pencil, draw out the shape of the 3D overlay that you see in the picture below.
3. Use the exacto knife to cut on the cut marks.
4. Spray paint one side cardboard, including the sides (hopefully this makes sense) with the same spray paint we used for the notebook! Let it dry for a few hours.
5. Once the notebook and 3D overlay is fully dried, glue the non-painted side of the overlay to the notebook.
6. Glue the 1st printed picture (POLICE public call BOX) to the top of the notebook.  (See picture below for example)
7. Glue the 2nd printed picture (police telephone free for use of public) in the first big square. (See picture below for example)
8. Glue the third and final picture (that little circle thing) in the second big square.  (See picture below for example)
9. Let everything dry completely before using the notebook!

You're done!

I hope you enjoyed this DIY for DIY Doctor Who Notebook! Stay tuned for more DIYs! And comment down below what other DIYs you want to see!

--Madi from DIY With Madi


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