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Need a spot for jotting down all your great ideas? This handy book can be made in less than ten minutes with some recycled cardboard and paper. Grab ...
You will need: cardboard from the recycle binpaper cutter (you can also use a straight edge, pencil and scissors)one 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of card stockglue stickrubber ...
Cut the cardboard into two 2' squares.
Cut the card stock into three 4" squares.
Take one of the 4" squares. Fold in half. You might want to use the back of your glue stick to press a nice crease on each of ...
Set the pages in a row. Turn the pages 45 degrees. Flip the center page over to be opposite of the other pages.
Take the center page (the one we just flipped over) and glue both the left and right (uncreased) squares. Be sure to glue to the edges, but not ...
Press the under side of a (uncreased) square from the right page onto the glued square of the center page. Repeat using the left page, covering the glue ...
Fold up the book into a 2 inch square. The book opens at the top right hand corner. (First image)Glue the top of the folded pages. (Second image)Attach ...
Nice work! Take a look at the finished idea book.
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