I’ve enjoyed making and sharing the occasional cut files for the Silhouette Cameo and I thought I’d try and commit to doing this regularly.
So….here we go! This is the first in my new series of “Free File Friday”
The notebook is small enough to tuck into a Credit card slot in your wallet or purse*** so will be easy to find when you need to jot down a number, address or whatever and it won’t get lost or bent up in your handbag.
*** Over here in Australia, we carry our money and credit cards around in a Purse or Wallet. We carry our purse or wallet, along with the hair brush, makeup, lipstick and other assorted essentials (kitchen sink?) in our handbag or bag.
I think a handbag is called a purse in the US (yes/no?) but when I say purse I don’t mean handbag..He He.. Confusing much? 😉
- When cutting the inside note pages I included a perforated line to make it easier to tear the pages out.
- The two tiny cuts on the front cover are guide lines, I used a ruler and embossing tool (empty biro or bone folder will work) to score a fold line and these cuts were my guide. They don’t show on the finished cover but can be ungrouped and deleted if preferred.
- The file is set up for an A4 page – To fit on a letter size page: ungroup the note book pages and delete the bottom two pages of the notebook.
- I assembled the black note book with a staple and covered that up with the cardboard spine cover. The Kraft notebook didn’t need the cover as I joined each page with double sided tape but I used it anyway as a contrast.