One of the freebies that I garnered this month was a set of 5 Avery Repositionable Pocket Tabs.
These are really cool. They have a stick-um on the back so you can paste it down to a folder or page. It’s strong stuff, but you can detach and move the pockets or reuse them elsewhere.
The minute I saw these, I new they were destined to become a coupon holder, lol! I rooted out some decorative 8 1/2 x 11 card stock from my supplies and folded it in half. I wanted this to be permanent and withstand being tossed about in my purse, so I glued the pockets onto the cardstock.
I had some old-fashioned hole protectors, little round circles in a material like cloth bandages that fit strengthen the holes in 3-hole punched paper, so I punched holes in the card stock with an awl, and put on the hole protectors. I also had some 3D decorative die-cuts that my mother gave me a while back. I’d never been able to think of what to do with them, so I used them to decorate the covers, even though I suspect they will get knocked off. What the hey.
Then I used a coptic stitch to bind the sheets together, and Voila! I have a nifty little coupon organizer!