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Old 07-22-2012, 10:44 AM   #1
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Question Scrapping foreign money

Any ideas on how I can put coins and paper bills in a layout? I want to be able to see both sides of the money. Thank you in advance.
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You could use a clear pocket, something like this: Close To My Heart

It has adhesive over on the spine to stick it into your book.

You could probably make something similar from a photo refill page (provided it only has paper inserts, not the opaque white plastic).
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I use those clear pockets for many things on my pages and they would work great for money. You can cut a slit in the page protector where you want the money and attach the sticky tab on the inside of the slit. The money would then be in a little flip out window and you could see both sides.
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I've not seen anything like those pockets at Mikes or elsewhere. The only LSS around here is a nightmare (stuff everywhere, unorganized to the point where I feel clostrophobic, and the owner is a very creepy guy) and very over priced. I would rather not contact a CTMH demo because then I'll have that person hoping I'll buy more and I just can't. I wonder if I could make something similiar on my own. Thank you for the idea!
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You could buy some 6x6 album refill pages at M's with a coupon for very little money then cut them to fit, sealing the open edges with good adhesive like Sticky Strip or with machine sewing. Leave a tab on one edge to make it "flip-able," then use sticky strip to attach the tab to your page protector.
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Awesome idea!!! Think I may need to make a trip to hobby lobby today. LOL
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