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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Papercrafting: EASY DIY Scratch Pads

When we print out a document that is flawed in some way and cannot be used as is, I often like to cut the 8.5 by 11 inch paper into quarters then use the back sides to make scratch pads.  This is so simple!

A pile of paper pieces
Several binder clips
Elmers, or other, white glue

Line up your pieces of paper so they have at least the tops nice and even. 
Place two binder clips along the top side edges to hold the papers together and stable. 
Apply glue to the top of the paper pages.
Let dry.
Remove clips.
Use for scratch pads.

Close up of scratch pads in drying mode.

Now that you can make scratch pads from recycling papers, you can create your own beautifully planned and designed scratch pads to use yourself or give to friends.

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