For The Love Of Reading

  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner


Reading Log

My two favorite things: reading and crafting. Here are a few projects to ignite your (and your kid’s) love of books.

Do you need a little motivation? Use your tools and paper crafting supplies to create a book log & reading calendar.


Reading Log


Do you need a place to jot down books that are suggested by friends? Or maybe you read a passage in a book that inspires you and want to remember?


Fuse Widgets


Here is a mini book created with the Fuse Creativity System. Just cut the cardstock, patterned paper, lined paper, and chipboard effortlessly with your favorite Fuse Die. It’s super simple!


Fuse Widgets attached by ring in corner


Add a few tags, and other inserts for titles and quotes. This would make a great gift for a friend who is also a book lover like your self.

Celebrating a new reader and their success?

Use reading logs or forms from school as ephemera on scrapbook layouts. This will definitely put a smile on your new reader’s face.


Reading Log Certificate for child


Do you want to declare how much you love to read and your passion for books?

This banner will inspire readers and decorate a little corner of a reading room or nook.


"read" banner


Cut a few extra pieces from the Curvy Square Fuse Die Cut, and use them to create a banner confirming your love for reading.


Close up of "read" banner


Supply List

Fancy Pants The Good Life Paper Line & Embellishments

Technique Tuesday Ledger Paper

Mon Ami Gabby burlap wired ribbon

My Mind’s Eye Twine

Acrylic paint

Various trims