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« on: December 20, 2008 10:28:58 AM »

I'd like to have a spot to keep all my craft ideas in, and I was hoping to keep them separated by crafting categories - maybe I'll just use the ones from Craftster's front page.

I've been trying to think of the most efficient way to do this, and I thought a small notebook with tabs would be ideal, something I could keep in my purse so I have it with me all the time. I have access to a GBC machine at work so I could bind it myself, but I'm not sure what the best way to go about making tabs would be. Any ideas? Any tips from someone with experience binding a tabbed book?

I should probably mention that I'm not a paper crafter, so I have no specialized skills or supplies available to me.
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But we have flamethrowers. And what this indicates to me, it means that at some point, some person said to himself, "Gee, I sure would like to set those people on fire over there. But I'm way too far away to get the job done. If only I had something that would throw flame on them."
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2008 06:48:20 AM »

Cool idea!  Check out Staples or Office Depot.  Avery Dennison has self-adhesive tabs that attach to the edge of the paper.  There are two kinds:  the kind you write on and slip in the plastic tab or printable ones.  Do a Google search for "self-adhesive tabs," and you'll find them. 
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