Some days ago while my mind was somewhat concentrating on a Korean drama on TV, my hands were focused on snipping and folding corners on unwanted papers. My “hard” work paid off – came up with 2 workable* methods. If only they were patentable or worth something.
1. Split the middle
Fold corner, make a slit in the middle and fold each half on opposite directions. I really like this more than this method. Works well on 15 sheets!
Fold corner, trim away a small middle portion along the fold. Unfold. Slip the peak into the hole.
* crisp papers work best
[Update: These methods are simply meant for informal use only, don't try it on formal documents or schoolwork.]
Thanks for these handy tricks. Love the notebook from part 2 too!
That is a great idea, Clara! Thanks for the tip… Happy Day :o) ((HUGS))
Simple and easy to do and a green solution too!
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I often print out materials to go through and since the paper sheets are meant to be tossed afterwards, I usually don’t bother to clip/staple so knowing these how-tos come in handy. Thanks!
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the first method is way better than the other ones! :) i always think that if you have to watch a drama, you have to do something productive during it. :) great thinking! it really works!
the 2ns one might work better if you fold from back to front…im sure you’re inspiring lots of people like me to find new ways to fold…I once made the mistake of using a sort of sharp piece of metal bent into a”paperclip” to avoid using a staple…not fun for the teachers. ;) you can reuse staples too…I just pull them out and refold them all the time when I get stapled worksheets. :) thanks for sharing your ideas! they are patented yours in my mind
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