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    Default Some back to school ideas

    I have made a few hybrid projects inspired by back to school time

    Here they are.....So, anyone else have any back to school project to share?





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    Default Re: Some back to school ideas

    I forgot about this one...I made it last year, but its a good back to school project. Its a composition notebook I made for Gingers daughter Isabelle.


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    Cute. I especially love the composition book you made last year. I have no ideas. Too overwhelmed at work to think outside the box.
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    Those are so cool!

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    I like the composition book! So, this is going to sound stupid, but how do you do it?


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    Default Re: Some back to school ideas

    Quote Originally Posted by JaneAgain View Post
    I like the composition book! So, this is going to sound stupid, but how do you do it?
    Here's a great tut on how to make one.
    http://www.thehybridchick.com/2009/0...ion-notebooks/


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    I don'thave kiddies in school close by, but I have made over boxes (soda flats/ or beer if ya drink enough) with each of my G/kids names on them. They sat on top of the refrig and collected some of the greatest pieces of art work ever brought home!!

    I used those big manila envelopes for my own children back in the day..
    easy to decorate and add names to..then when full, just date and add a new one!! Kept mine on a Cork Board at the kids level so they could add in their pages.

    Sorry No pictures, but I hope this gives someone an idea or two.. collecting, sorting and keeping papers from school is a big mess unless ya got a "system"..
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