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Pull string through the 2 loops at the spine
<p>what size of floppy disks did you use and are the floppy disks still functional afterwards? other than that, looks great!</p>
<p>i so much love the idea!</p>
This is a great idea. Thank you - I'm going to make one for my Dad :-)
where did you get some of those coloured paper?
I had some square paper &amp; have made 4 of these. I'm using a dremel tool to make the holes in the paper. :)
How retro looking!
This is a wonderful craft for children. Even though floppies hold more info than note paper, children LOVE to write down things on pads. (My house is full of them!) Thanks for the idea. As soon as I unload my floppies, we will get started!
This is a wonderful craft idea for children! Thanks! After I remove the info from my floppies, I plan on getting started.
Diaphane<br>Is it about the same size as a post it?
Post-its are a little smaller ( the ones I have)<br>My post its are 7x7,5 cm (2,5x3 in)<br>The papers I used are 9x9 cm (3,3x3,5 in)
Very adorable! I will definitely make one of these before I go to college in the fall. They seem like notebooks I would need as a freshmen. :D
the English word for one of those paper cutter machine things is a paper cutter :)
or guillotine
That's nice!
I make these but you a pad of Stickie Notes. They are perfect. For the paper, I used scrapbook paper scraps and decoupage the paper onto the plastic.
These are very cool, unfortunately my only floppy disks are black, I wish I had some nice colours like yours!
The floppy disks weren't coloured like this. They are white, light gray or black.<br>I just put some of the coloured paper on them with double sided sticky tape.
THNKS 4 SHARE...straight to the &quot;To do&quot; List...
awww this is awesome! An awesome gift!
Nicely done! You should use the picture with the stack of notebooks as the main image. It's a good photo.
Thank you! I'll do that.

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