Have you ever look at a Maker's Notebook and said, "What a waste of money!" You can easily make your own Maker's Notebook. This may not be exactly like the Maker's Notebook, but it's pretty close.
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Step 1: Solution 1
This is a simple way to make a Maker's Notebook
Get yourself a graph paper notebook like the one in the picture. Then get this. This is a great reference book.
Step 2: Solution 2 Part 1
First of all, this is for those of you who want a sturdier notebook. Go out and buy some graph paper, without the holes. I chose 1/2 cm. squares. Use the paper to follow this tutorial to bind them together. It's a really great tutorial that I've used countless times.
Step 3: Solution 2 Part 2
Take a pen and write in the reference material on the back pages, you can adjust it to what you need. Then, photo copy it for another note book.
Ideas for reference:
periodic table ( just print out a copy )
electric schematic symbols
Step 4: Pen Holder
This is how to give your notebooks a Pen holder.
Step 5: Enjoy!
Now that you have a great notebook, enjoy! Also, please comment on any suggestions, or mistakes! Keep in mind that this is my first instructable.