Here we are already at MIW 12! I also combined it with the Blogger Challenge over at the Rubbernecker Blog, to use chipboard or Grungeboard. Today I am bringing you an idea that I found on another blog and will track it down and give credit. How many times have you punched a punch out on a piece of scrap paper to lay over an image to see if it will work? I am so excited about this project because now I don't have to to do this each time to find the punch that fits. I cut the black CS at ATC size (2 1/2 x 3 1/2") punched, labeled and laminated using my Xyron. The chipboard book and dividers are from 7gypsies mini ringed book package. I kept the cover very simple so I can throw it in my purse without having to worry about dimensional embellishments etc.... The cover technique is the same that I used on the post here. I don't remember where I got the colored ring closures but the sticker strip on the binding is by Deja views. The punches label was done on my dymo labeler and run over with a Copic marker E37. I now have a book that can be added to& all my punches are laminated in it. I chose the rings instead of using a coil binding so that I can remove pages easily or add to my book. I can also flip the book open and place an image underneath to see if it will fit. If the image is on a large index sheet, I can pull it out of my book easily. Make sense?
I hope this inspires you to organize and find a system that works for you. For past Make it work Wednesday's visit the following links.
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#1 Ribbon & lots more (Clip it Up!)