I know it’s been weeks since my Stationery Overload post, but I’ve been busy! hehe
Anyway, here’s what I did to some of the Papemelroti stationery I have. This is a good way to recycle papers. The ones without print on the backside, that is! =)
I have been doing this for years and shared it with a few friends, too. It comes pretty handy especially to keep my scratch papers organized – being the OC that I am.
Materials You Need:
- Stationery papers / scratch papers
- Small Paint Brush
- Padding Glue
What To Do:
- Make sure the stationery / scratch papers are properly aligned and stacked.
- Place clips on the sides (and below if needed) to avoid the pages to move.
- Using the small paint brush, dab a generous amount of padding glue to the un-clipped side until that entire side is covered.
- I like to use scrap plastic to semi wrap the glued side and leave it until it dries out. NOTE: The plastic should not touch the glued side. This is just so the glue won’t stick to the table. Place something heavy (e.g. a tape dispenser) so the pages are weighed down and the glue can dry properly.
- Wait 2-3 hours for the glue to dry. It could take longer depending on how much glue you applied.
- Another good reason to use plastic as a protective shield, you can easily peel it off when the glue has completely dried and leave no marks.
- Cut off excess [dried] glue if there is any to polish it off.
And viola! Your notepad is ready for use! =)