(I couldn't believe it when I saw it was almost a month since I last posted! But it has not been a lazy time, a lot has been going on Filofax-wise! Don't forget to come and check it out!)
Dear readers, how is your advent countdown going? I couldn't resist being a bit nostalgic, so I punched a Milka chocolate wrap advent calendar and put it into my Filofax!
With new year approaching (and to continue my plea not to use Filofax binders for storage because they're just too pretty for that), I thought it is only natural to make a post about how I store old Filofax pages.
I have a very simple way for doing it, but it has worked out just fine for me so far.
I use plastic document folders; you know, those simple plastic folders with two thin metal tabs in the middle that you put through the paper holes and then bend to fixate the paper.
They usually come in the ordinary multicolour range, so it was more than a pleasant surprise when I found these at a local paper shop!
So, the procedure is as follows: I draw a line inside the plastic folder in the size of the paper I want to store (to be accurate, a bit larger - depending on how much paper I want to store), drawing the line so that the binding "mechanism" is exactly in the middle of it. And then just the scissors and the right sized storage binder is here!
I then just add a label of the inserts that will go in - and it is done!
I keep these in a box in my Filofax drawer, while the empty Filofaxes that I don't use currently get to sleep in their silky tissues in their boxes. No, no storage work for them, they are my Sleeping Beauties and will only go out when their One (special assignment) comes by! :)
I hope you find this little idea helpful... And there are many great others over at philofaxy!
And before I go - I must share this sight: everybody - come to our lovely Ljubljana! :)