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Old 08-12-2006, 06:49 PM   #1  
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Default Spiral binding SU! catalog

I want to have my SU! catalog spiral bound and I want to add a few pockets in the front. I was reading here somewhere about some different types of pockets- what do you find works the best?

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I find that a plastic report folder cut on the fold to fit inside the catalog works the best.
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What is the reason for putting pockets on the book? It sounds interesting. I have spiral bond my catalogs but not sure why you need pockets. I must be missing something...
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I've heard people putting pockets or page protectors on the inside so you can put things like wishlists, extra mini catalogs or order forms in them. I thought it was a great idea and an easy way to keep loose papers with you.
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Hi,
My SU demo had hers done and I went and had mine done too. It makes it so much easier to look through! I had it done at Kinko's. I cut a white 2 pocket portfolio to catty size to store my minis and wish list with my catty. (if you don't cut your folderbeforehand, they will charge you!) Mine has a black spiral binding with acetate covers. It cost around $7.50 and I LOVE it!
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