I previously blogged about my new way to organize my stickers.
If you missed it, you can find it here.
When I blogged about my organizing, I hadn't prettied it up yet.
And there were also a flaw in my design.
All my stickers were put in plastic sleeves.
Nothing wrong here-loving it.
I wanted tab dividers that would stick out past the page protector so I mad these out of 12 x 12 paper.
This was not working for me. I liked that they were big and cute, but they were not functional.
The paper was bending and it was difficult to flip from tab to tab.
The three-hole-punch holes were starting to get jacked up.
My solution for all these issues was to laminate the tabs.
(I'm not sure why I took a picture of the Spanish directions?!?)
It's just basically clear contact paper.
It's not as sturdy as if you were to use a laminating machine,
but it's much cheaper and super simple.
I used a ton of contact paper, but it was total worth.
No more tab problems.
The other thing I needed to do was to beautify the covers a bit.
They were way to plain before.
The front covers:
Both of the sides are the same for the two binders.
Simple and labeled.