(AD/Gifted) World Book Day – Crafting With Viking

On Thursday 5th of this month, it is World Book Day. World Book Day is a registered charity on a mission to give every child and young person a book of their own. It is a celebration of writers, illustrators, books and the choice to read. This year being the 23rd year it has been running.

I reached out on Twitter to team up with Viking. The idea was to combine reading books and stationery and then get crafting! They sent me a box of goodies to craft with in celebration of this day! Stationery and craft mail are some of my favourite kinds of mail. I was gifted book pages / coloured card / stamps and ink / stamp cutters and a book with different craft ideas! Some easy and some more intricate designs.

I am going to share with you what I crafted with these book pages.

I first decided to get creative in my bullet journal. I ripped the pages and glued them in. I used the stamper set, I don’t get to use a stamps very much. I loved how the letters looked on the page. I thought the quote was very fitting for World Book Day.

I looked through the art book and found an idea to use pages of books for greeting cards.

I love making cards, as a family we always used to make cards for the rest of the family. So this brought back a lot of fond memories.

Being creative like this is a great way to reuse books you no longer want to read. You can also create characters with your children from their favourite books. The possibilities are endless.

I am looking forward to being creative with more book pages in the future. What a great way to celebrate World Book Day. You can check out the hashtag #VikingWorldBookDay and see what others have created and share your own creativity.

Have a great World Book Day! Enjoy your books whether you are reading them or crafting with them.

Have you ever crafted using book pages before? What is one of your favourite books? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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76 thoughts on “(AD/Gifted) World Book Day – Crafting With Viking

  1. These are some great crafts Lauren. I especially love the h
    journal pages! 💗 Viking sent me a lovely box of goodies too and I’ve loved seeing what everyone’s been creating. For my crafts I created characters from some of my favourite books.

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  2. These are such creative ideas, Lauren! I’ve never knew you could just get book pages, that is such a cool arts and crafts supply and looks really effective too! The stamps are awesome as well, perfect for using in bullet journals for quotes and headings. I’ve never heard much about book art before, but this post has really inspired me to check it out. Thanks for sharing your creations, such a fun post! ❤ xxx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  3. I love the idea of using books for crafting! I’ve never really considered it before. I’m really into my upcycling at the moment and can imagine using some book pages underneath the glass on a coffee table 😍

    Thank you for sharing! ☺️

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  4. As always, I am so astounded by your creative eye with bullet journal designs. The way your incorporated these book pages into a creative design like this is so beautiful. Have you ever considered creating/designing journals/planners as a side business?

    Also, had no clue it was National Book Day!! Will have to share with some of my bibliophile friends! 🙂

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  5. What a cool collection of craft supplies! I love the alphabet stamps, we did our table plan at our wedding with those. I really love how you’ve used them with the book pages, it’s so effective and looks amazing! Also your calligraphy is so beautiful! I’d love to be able to write like that. Sadly I’m absolutely useless at crafts, so I’ll just have to admire your efforts!
    Beth x Adventure & Anxiety

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  6. This is such a creative way to promote such a great cause! I think it is SO important to encourage reading amongst people of all ages, as it has become more and more rare amongst younger individuals.

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  7. As a parent, WBD fills me with equal fear and delight – fear because I dread having to come up with an outfit that passes muster and delight because I mean BOOKS! I love what you’ve done with your goodies, it’s so creative – I think this was the perfect collab for you! xxx

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  8. I’ve never crafted with book pages but I love that idea! I did get a pair of cufflinks made for my partner with little book quotes in them. This looks like so much fun and those stamps are super cool. I need to do some more crafting!

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  9. This sounds like so much fun! I’m not the most crafty so I’m not sure if I’d be able to come up with much that looks good though. I live opposite a school and it was so fun seeing all the kids going in dressed up this morning x

    Sophie

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  10. It is great that you got to do a collab with Viking! It is so cool that you got to be creative with the stamp cutters! This is great for arts and crafts, and ultimately making things personalized to your liking. Glad you enjoyed the goodies you got!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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