When recently going through some of my scrapbook supplies I ran across some super cute divider pages.I believe they were made for Smashbooks, but I had other plans for them.
The title spurred the entire idea to make an organizer to help keep me on track with things to do, projects, stuff I need to get and notes in general.
Divide & Conquer...how genius is that?!
Ok, let's get started!
I love the bright colors...a different one for each section.
I started by cutting the little hooks off the ends.
Next, I selected the paper for my inside pages. Instead of regular copy paper, I decided to use patterned paper since I have an abundant supply. :)
Once I had selected my paper, I sorted it into colors to coordinate with the tabs. I selected 10 sheets per section.
I cut each page the same size as the divider pages, stamped titles onto the tabs and bound the book with my Bind It All. For the finishing touch I added an ampersand flair, from A Flair for Buttons, over the existing one printed on the cover to dress it up a bit.
On the inside pages I added copy paper to the pages that I thought would be difficult to see writing on, adhering it with washi tape.
Below are just a few pages from each of the sections.
Red Section - To Do
Orange Section - Urgent
Blue Section - Projects
Green Section - Notes
Pink Section - Shopping
I can't wait to start using my organizer, making to-do lists, and jotting down notes. I hope this will inspire you to dig into your stash and make an organizer that fits your needs too!
You can easily duplicate this project by making divider pages using cardstock or patterned paper from your stash. For the title page, use letter stickers or Thickers for a little dimension. Customize the tabs to fit your needs.
If you don't have binding machine, use 2-3 jump rings to keep it together. If using jump rings, you can even add or remove pages as needed!
Thank you for visiting today...I hope this has inspired you to dig into your stash and make something pretty to keep you organized.