Binders. We all have 'em. Kids always need to buy one every year, even though they have the one from last year... that they never used. Some have no idea what to do with a million binders, so they throw them away. Solution: R-E-C-Y-C-L-E and R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

 My mother's a strange one, Mr. Grinch. It's always a bit difficult to buy a gift for her. 
I imagine there are little old Mexican women who are just as difficult. I share your pain. 

In this instructable we will combine the ease of making a gift with the personality of your mother, mother figure, etc.
The details are based on my gift to my mom, a cookbook. 

(This is also a great way to tribute any special person who has passed.)

Step 1: Materials.

-college ruled paper
-transparent binder pockets
-writing utensils
-adhesive of some sort
-any decorating material
Thanks. :)
Very cute gift idea!

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Bio: I'm a creative nobody who needs a job at a sweatshop.
More by Nahual:Simple personalized cards/upcycled hardcover book (Mother's Day edition). Upcycle a plastic school binder (Mother's Day edition). Upcycle a Cassette Player (how to break up with old technology) 
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