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Old 09-20-2008, 08:17 PM   #1
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Hello
I was wondering Dose Anyone know how coupon holders? Are hard to make? How do you make them?
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umm, im not sure if this is what you are looking for, but if you scroll down on this page, dawn has a tutorial video and it seems fairly simple.

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http://dawnsstampingthoughts.typepad...ng-with-d.html
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Here are a bunch in the Gallery. I myself have never made them.

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...=coupon+holder
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You need a binding system for this project....or you can tie with ribbon ....I take a piece of 12x12 card stock, score at 6 " down the middle, turn 1/4 turn and score where you would like, that is how deep the pocket will be I think I make mine 3"....fold up the bottom and fold back each side so you have the opening on the left and one pocket on the front and 1 on the back...make as many as you want and connect all pages together.
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Hi Linda,
The coupon holders I've seen are made by gluing together a stack of envelopes. That way you do not need to have a "binding system."

Here is a Coupon Book in the gallery that looks good.

She also posted an attachment in the techniques forum for instructions. She calls it an Accordian Wrap Around Album.. But it is used as a coupon book.
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I made one from CD envelopes - the ones with the clear round window on the front. That way you can see a a glance what's in there. I did use a Bind-it-all to put it together, but you could use ribbon, metal book rings, or even staples. Here's mine (includes a tutorial):
http://angelstamper2.blogspot.com/20...upon-book.html
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Hello again,
I made a sample and will mail it to you.
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Garnet,
thank you.....hotwheels

quote=GarnetJ;11418691]Hello again,
I made a sample and will mail it to you.[/quote]
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Here's an example of one from my gallery.

I apologize in advance for the poor lighting. If you're fitting something into your purse, I like to use the photo brag books you can get from Mike's or Walmart for $1, then just decorate it how you like!

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...oupon%20holder
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Hi Crystal,
Great set. I love your idea of using one of those little plastic photo books for holding coupons.
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Hi Crystal,
Great set. I love your idea of using one of those little plastic photo books for holding coupons.
Hey, thanks!

I learned it a few years ago from MOPS!

LOL....we live in the same city!!!
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