This is something that was demoed at Regionals in Vancouver in April 07. Cover a regular file folder with printed paper. The demo recommended using SU glue. Fold the printed paper before you glue it, add glue to the printed paper and then affix to the file folder, using the fold you made as a guide. The smaller pages are attached using metal clips with slides on them and these happen to be visible on the other side as well. I'm sorry I don't remember the demo's name but she was from the head office. I have to check in my notes....
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Wed, May 09, 2007 @ 11:23 AM
This looks like something that was demoed at Regionals last year. You use those top loading clips that are avalable at office supply stores. I'm sorry I don't know what they are called, but they allow for papers to be attached into file folders. They are used a lot in medical files. The pages of the file in this case are progressively longer sheets of cardstock that are hole punched at the top and fitted onto the clips. You can see the clip at the top of the right page in the photo above. The clip attaches to the file itself by punching two holes in it. You will have to somehow decorate the front and back of the file with deco paper or cs to cover the clip on the outside. You could also just attach it to a base sheet of cs and adhere that into the file folder. Linda Hansen demoed a file that contained her Mom's hand written recipes on the left and photos of her Mom on the right. It was very nice. If the pages are cut progressively longer, they make a nice flip up type of arrangement. I'm not sure if there is anything on the SU website about this. I will check.