Peela Posted July 18, 2008 Share Posted July 18, 2008 Reading the lapbooking thread made me want to ask this question that's been puzzling me about Notebooking. To me, either we work in an exercise book- they are what schools use here in Australia, but I think they are called "sewn composition books" over there- except they're often stapled nowaday. May be A4, Foolscap, or smaller than A4. Various numbers of pages available. Lined. Or we use loose leaf paper- either lined or unlined, typed on the computer or handwritten- and we file them away. If we file it in the bin or a drawer, its not notebooking. But if we file it in a 3 ring binder, and especially if we add a picture, it's called notebooking? I just don't quite get "notebooking". How else would one do it? Why is it such a fancy word for just what one would naturally do anyway? What do people do when they're not "notebooking"? I get you can make it more fancy. But that's the basic concept, right? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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