Wednesday, April 3, 2013

How to Make Custom Sized Page Protectors/Part Two Arc System Video

In today’s video I demo how to make custom sized page protectors that will work with the new Arc Desktop Punch System from Staples and you can make them for your ringed binders too! Click here to see part one of the video.



The good news is that you can make the custom sized page protectors using the inexpensive 8 ½ x 11 that you can purchase at Costco or on-line. I love being able to make 3x4, 4x6, 6x6, 8x8, 8x10 or any size anytime. I love the flexibility!

12 comments:

Linda said...

I've been waiting for this video, thanks so much for making it! I will be incorporating this into lots of projects. Thanks!

Linda

Vicki R said...

That is really cool... I wish I had written directions for this to go back too.... I need to make me a book and put these in it..

Thanks again

lanagram said...

Thanks so much Linda, this is a great idea that I will use in so many ways. Love it :)

Coelle said...

WOW...great video ....I'm bookmarking this link so that I can refer to it again. You are just SO HELPFUL with your instructional videos...thanks so much!

Pat Vail said...

Thank you for the wonderful video. I always learn so much from you.

Anita Holmes said...

That is a wonderful video, thank you for sharing. I want to look into this Arc System, had never heard of it before.
I love your blog and look forward to it every day, everything is always so clear. Again, Thank you!

VICTORIA said...

Thanks Linda for sharing this video I went out and bought an Arc binding machine and i love it. now i can make some page protector sheets for the little book i am making :)

MizMaryAnn said...

My head is swimming! Linda, you are amazing. Thank you for such explicit instructions. I can hardly wait to get started.

valerie said...

Linda: Thanks so much for the video. I'm planning my projects now!

bel said...

Thanks so much for this! I've been contemplating the ARC and the only thing stopping me was the fact that the ARC didn't have sheet protectors. Thanks so much!

Liz said...

I love the idea of this! I've been thinking of doing something very similar for several projects. Thanks for the ideas! The only suggestion I would give is to actually show everything being done. All the cutting, prepping and all of that. I know I've been stuck on a project before, and being able to reference back to exactly how someone else did it, was usually my "fix".

Other than that, it's great!

Unknown said...

What type of paper did you use?

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