I kept the design simple and plain since it's for school. I picked up some of these little Velcro dots at the $1 store in the sewing section. I thinking I'll add a tiny attacher staple to it so it's more secure.
I cut a Mini Ticket with chipboard, a couple coats of antique linen distress paint and some sanded edges. I stamped this awesome hand from the Merchantile stamp set.
I added some dividers using manila card stock (or a file) and this tab cut from the tiny tabs die. I cut a small strip of left over manila scrap to fit inside the tab so she can remove it and label.
I stamped each of the card dividers with stamps from Laboratorie, Merchantile and Typography.
With some of the left over manila scraps I cut, scored and fan folded the sides.
I wrapped the chipboard box in some paper stash scraps I had. I distressed the edges and added some vintage photo distress paint to the grungy edges.
I have these AWESOME teeny tiny letter stamps I just picked up a couple weeks ago from Michaels for $1.50. They are perfect for tiny tabs, tags and stamping your own titles. I stamped at random so it looks perfectly messy.
I hope it lasts the 6 month course!
Thanks for stopping by. I so appreciate all the kind thoughts you continue to share when you pop in.
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