What You'll Need:
1.Old Marble Notebook
2.File cabinet folder, or other thick paper
4.Stapler (With staples)
6.Knife, or try to use scissors
Step 1: Take Apart the Notebook.
Use scissors or a knife to cut the stitches in the middle of the book, and then you can pull all of the pages out at once without any effort.
What you will be left with is the front and back cover of the notebook, and a packet of paper. Have'nt thought of anything to do with all of the paper yet, so do whatever you like to it.
Step 2: Cut the Notebook to Size.
After you've cut the covers down to size, move onto your file cabinet folder, or other choice of thick paper. Cut pieces of the thick paper that are as tall as the book is wide.
Using a ruler or other flat straight object, fold the thick paper accordian style. When inserted into the sides of the coupon book, it will allow you to open it up.
Step 3: Putting Sides on the Coupon Book.
Do this for both sides, and you should have what looks like an accordian, that you can close and open from the folded paper on the sides.
Step 4: Putting the Top On.
Lay another piece of duct tape on the opposite side of the one you just laid to increase strength, and get rid of the stickyness of the tape gap.
(I should also mention that on the front cover of the coupon book you can cut down a little further to make an indention to make it easier to see things in the book.)
Step 5: Finishing and Adding Dividers.
Heck, if you want, cover the whole thing in duct tape. That's the ultimate choice in security there.
To keep your coupons organized in the book you can make dividers out of the leftover paper you have. Just cut them the same hight and lenght of the coupon book, and leave a one inch outward indention to write things on.
The last two pics are my dads coupon book that he's been using for a while. It's made of a very thick file cabinet folder.
Hope you've enjoyed this instructable as well as the others I've recently published. I enjoy positive feedback, as does everyone I assume.