Weekend Craft.

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THIS.

Ta da!

Would you like to make some?

1. Gather the supplies pictured.

2. Trim your fabric with your fancy fabric only scissors.

3. Use fray check on the fabric edges.

4. Spray the backside of the fabric with adhesive and adhere to your notebook clips.

Happy weekend crafting friends!

23 comments:

  1. My goodness! I love this! Can you use ribbon instead of fabric?
    I love your blog, btw. i lurk here all the time!

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  2. How do you come up with these great ideas? Those clips are adorable.

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  3. What a fun craft idea! I may have to do this one. I love crafting things like this--so quick to finish, yet so cute.

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  4. These are adorable, thanks for the instruction!!

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  5. You have a talent for taking things from ordinary to extraordinary!

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  6. Adorable. We need to get together!

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  7. Very cute. You just have a knack of making the most ordinary, everyday items lovely. Keep it up!

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  8. i LOVE it! So simple and so clever, how do you do it?

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  9. how fun! i might just have to try it.

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  10. Seriously, how DO you come up with these ideas? You're amazing.

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  11. You always have such amazing ideas that I would never think of in a million years.

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  12. That is a great craft. I really like it. I'm going to make some.
    Bye bye. ;)

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  13. Great craft! And one that I can actually do... love it!!

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  14. Ooooh! Those anti fray thingy's are what I've been looking for overe here in Sweden but they're not to be found... I love the dotty fabric too!

    And thank you so much for the mention. Your blog seems lovely. Have to read some more tomorrow. It's getting late over here :)

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  15. I love this. I now need an entire office full of nothing but these.

    Beyond. Awesome. :o)

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  16. Those are adorable!
    I saw them on craftgawker and am your newest blog follower!

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  17. I love these! Now my filing won't be so mundane. Thanks!

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  18. Great project! I just wanted to let you know that we featured this project on our Facebook page with almost 12,000 fans. We’d love it if you’d use our Featured Blogger button, available at: http://www.dailycraft.com/thank-you-for-crafting/. Our audience loved the project and we look forward to sharing more from you. Please let us know if you have any questions or projects you’d love us to feature! Thanks!

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  19. Love it! I have an affinity for binder clips - I even use them to hold up cloth blinds! Thanks for the cute idea!

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  20. Thank you! I love using binder clips, but hate paying $$$$ for "designer" ones. Now I can make my own.

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  21. I made these a while back & used ribbon. Perfect sizes, layered them, and no fray check or cutting (except length. They came out great, too! I love being crafty!

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  22. You are a creative genius. Thanks.
    from Manila, Philippines

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