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You will be making the item above. You will need 2 pieces of fine cardboard.(notebook style) Scissors. Duct tape. Poster board. And optionally...
Cut off the edge of the cardboard.
Cut exactly in half.
Cut another piece as long as the others but thinner.
This is an optional step. Its putting a base coat of duct tape so that everything will be opaque.
Cover the cardboard with a second layer of tape(unless u did not do step four.
Cut four pieces of card stock a little smaller than the duck taped cardboard.
Tape the papers as shown. One set of two with one piece of duct tape. And the other set of two with two pieces.
Place the set with one piece of tape on top of the one with two. Than add tape on top so not sticky.
Tape the sides inside and out.
Tape the paper organizer part to the bottom thiner cardboard.
Use tape to secure sides to the organization unit from the top. Then glue the inside of duck taped cardboard to the poster board.
Let glue dry. Fill with receipts, coupons or whatever.
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