1.20.2012

DIY with KZieglerDesign


Have you ever had a stack of scrap paper that you just wish you could bind together somehow, with minimal effort?

Well, it's super easy, and takes about 5 minutes. I was making up a to- do list for myself (which you will get a digital version of for FREE when you sign up for my newsletter, or buy it in my Etsy shop next week) and wanted all the pages to be stuck together, so I whipped this up...

  What you need

- Glue - I used ModPodge, but I'm sure something like Elmer's would work just as well
- Stack of papers to glue together - A piece of cardboard the same size as your paper
- Black binder clips
- Paint brush

  Here's how you do it

  1 Line up all your papers and cardboard (cardboard on bottom), and clip them all together so nothing can move

  2 Use the paintbrush to apply glue to the side you want bound

  3 Attach another binder clip on the edge you glued (but don't let it touch the glue), and let it dry


Voila! I don't think it gets much simpler than that.


What would you use your glued memo pad for?


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10 comments:

  1. Who new it could be so easy?! Thanks for the great idea!

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  2. Valerie, I wanted to let you know that I'm having trouble leaving comments lately on your blog (I'm not sure if this one will go through or not...) and I just wanted to let you know that I'm reading! :) Taylor is also having trouble and has about 6 or 8 of your posts in her inbox, just waiting for Blogger to let her in! :)

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    1. Thanks Melinda for letting me know. I have checked everything and it all seems in order. Let me know if it continues to be a problem and I will see what else I can do.

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  3. Great idea! Mmm gets the mind ticking :-) Julie

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  4. Cool! I will try this great idea.

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  5. That's a great idea, didn't think of mod podge for this.

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