The paper organizer will always be a staple of paper-based life.
You can make a couple of different paper planes to organize a notebook or stack of papers, or you can just use a single paper organizer to make everything from a notebook to a desk organizer.
Here’s how to do it.
First, you’ll need to grab a few scraps of paper.
You’ll probably want to start with a scrapbook paper.
The cheap paper you can buy for around $0.50 or $1.00 is a good starting point.
Cut out the pieces you want to make paper organizers from paper scraps.
Make sure you cut the paper from the ends up, not down, so the scraps will lay flat and flat on the paper.
Next, you’re going to want to lay out the scraps so that they line up on the surface of the paper, like in the picture below.
You may also want to put in extra paper scraps around the edges of the scraps to make them easier to fold and move around later.
After that, you need to get the paper scraps out of the organizer.
Grab your paper scraps and roll them around your printer to flatten them.
Use a sharp knife to make small cuts in the scraps.
It’s okay if the scraps don’t touch each other, as long as they are flat.
You might also want a sharp, pointy tool for cutting out the scrapbook pages so you don’t end up with a bunch of useless paper.
To make sure that the scraps are all flat and lined up perfectly, you can use a glue stick to put the paper into the organizer, and then press it down firmly with the glue stick until you’re able to fold the paper around the paper and fold it again.
When the glue is all dry, you’ve finished making the paper organizer.
You should have a couple more paper scraps lying around in the organizer for when you need them, but you’ll probably only need about a half a dozen scraps.