Supplies I used
- A Heat Seal Laminator (I bought this ages ago at Office Depot)
- Laminating Pouches (Sams Club sells a box of 200 for $20)
- Crack N Peel Sticker Sheets (You can use regular scrapbook paper & glue them I just happened to have these)
- White Cardstock
- Velcro Dots
- IKEA Magazine Holders ($1.99 for 5 awesome deal)
here but you can also use regular scrapbook paper
I put wrong sides together laminated them and than trimmed close to the edge so I could separate them and only have the design side be laminatedI printed my labels on basic white cardstock, I laminated it so both sides were laminated
Next I put the label sheet on top of a design sheet and cut them into three strips & than continued to cut the rest of the laminated Crack N Peel Sheets
I peeled the back off
I filled my magazine holder with like items in this case it was my sons school workbooks
This is functional in itself but I have a need for LABELS
I wanted to be able to change my labels (In case I changed things around a bit) So I added the Velcro dots. I have a hard time lining things up so I put the dots together than I stuck them to the magazine holder.
And now you have a nice, clean, cute & functional way to organize magazines, books & papers
The end result! What do you think?