Hi everyone. This is my first instructable, the Easy, DIY, Page Protector. It is very easy to make and takes about five minutes. You can make it in about five minutes and it works just as well as a storebought one if not better.
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Step 1: Materials
Here are the materials needed for this project:
- gallon size ziplock bag
- some scrap paper
- scizors (tool)
- stapler (tool)
- 3 hole punch (tool)
- sharpie (or marker that can write on the ziplock bag)(tool)
- ruler (tool)
Step 2: Marking
Draw lines with the sharpie for a straight cut on the ziplock bag. Look at the pictures for more information.
Step 3: Cutting the Ziplock Bag
Cut the bag on the line you drew in the last step and cut the top of the ziplock bag. Look at the pictures for more information.
Step 4: Making the Binding
Make the binding that goes on the left side of the page protector. The binding will hold your page protector in your binder or folder. Look at the pictures for more information.
Step 5: Putting It All Together
Put the two pieces together with the stapler. Look at the pictures for more information.
Step 6: Punch the Holes
Use your 3 hole punch to punch three holes on the left side of the page protector. Look at the pictures for more information.
Step 7: Your Done!
Good job, you've made your very own page protector!
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