Create a Craft Ideas Book
Craft Ideas Book by Ruth Arleen Estle, Richmond Dale, OH
I use those acid-free top loading plastic pages, which are available in your favorite stores, to keep track of those loose leaflets and directions that I have cut from magazines for various craft projects. They are all neatly tucked away into notebooks, where they stay neat and clean until I use them. What really makes it nice, especially if it is counted cross stitch or crochet directions is that the whole page can be removed and my patterns are protected. To keep track of where this pattern is, I have what I call my where is it page. It is simply a plastic page with a plain piece of paper in it, on which I have written where the project sheet is or if someone has borrowed it, who and where it is and the date on it. You can also make an index for your notebook if you wish.
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