Дата публикации: 2018-05-22 01:34
6. With the colorful side of the paper (or the side of the paper you want for the cover and pockets) face down, fold and crease along the 7 inch score line.
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I love this idea when I did classes this was one of the techniques taught! Thank you for sharing at One More Time Events.
What a fun project! Looks great. Pinned. I 8767 m always impressed with your creations. Please join us tonight at 7 pm. I can 8767 t wait to see what you have been working on!
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6. The open edge of the pocket page, opposite the long folded edge of the page will be the bound edge. Or the edge that will be punched for a 8 ring binder.
What a neat and useful thing to do!
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Because I wanted the pockets to be 9 inches deep, my dividers are a little shorter than the pages which I didn 8767 t mind. I kind of like the look of the shorter divider.
Cool idea, love it. I made when i was a child allot of those pocket books my self.
I love as well your gift tag of the cat.
very pretty design and fun to watch. Thank you for the sharing and the tute -D
I would suggest making your first one sheet pocket book from a scrap sheet of paper, or paper that is not a favorite just to get the idea of how the book is made.
You can make a paper pocket page any size by varying the size of the paper you use. You can make a small page with a small pocket.