Monday 7 July 2008

Coupon Book

Here is a tutorial for a Coupon Book. It's made out of CD envelopes! I know, right?! Who'dathunkit! This is the perfect little book for storing coupons because each page has a "window" so you can see at a quick glance if you have any coupons in that category or not. How cool is that!

We all know how the price of food is going up, up, up! So if you are a coupon clipper, then check this out!

(8) CD envelopes
5/8" Bind-It-All O-wires
(2) 5" x 5" chipboard
(10) 5" x 5" patterned paper or cardstock
(2) 5" x 5" white cardstock
1" circle punch
paper trimmer
file tabs/inserts
stamps, ink, ribbon, and other embellishments

1. Using your paper trimmer, cut the flap off of each CD envelope.
2. Cover chipboard pieces with patterned paper on one side and white cardstock on the other.

3. Stamp around the edge on the front of each envelope.

4. Adhere patterned paper to the back of each envelope. I used the Brighten My Day Wing It Collection from The Angel Company.

5. Punch a half circle at the top/front of each CD envelope using the 1" circle punch.

6. Bind the book all together with the Bind-It-All.
7. Attach file tabs to each envelope. My categories are hand-written on the inserts. You can make up your own coupon categories but here is what I used: Beverages, Breakfast, Cleaners, Dairy, Fruit & Veg., Misc., Snacks, and Pet Supply.

8. Embellish the front and back as desired.


Thanks Vicki for another brilliant tutorial :)
You can check out Vicki's FAB Blog HERE
If you make a coupon book using Vicki's Tutorial please leave a comment with a link to your creation so we can have a look


Zarah said...

Both smart & cute! :D

Just Me said...

How cool is this one!!!

Denise G said...

Super cute and looks super easy to make! Great thinking!
Thanks for sharing.
Denise G

♥ Lydia ♥ said...

Totally fab...great idea :0)

Anonymous said...

Good post.

Anjie Kay said...

I think I am going to post this "tutorial" on my blog, my readers will love it! drop on by and if you would like to do a GUEST BLOG POST I would love to have you! :)