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8 years ago Science Sunday: Manta Rays | Adventures in Mommydom, Science Sunday: Shark report | Adventures in MommydomAdventures in Mommydom. You want the fold to line up in the middle. on Introduction, 11 years ago You could fold it the other way, but it looks more like a normal book this way. There is a way to make a book without tape, glue or staples.The materials you need are:-Paper-A Pair of SisccorsYou might need many sheets of paper based on what you are making, but keep this in mind one sheet of paper equals 4 pages.This is my first instructable so please rate and comment it.

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But other than that you did amazing. Introduction: Make a Book Without Staples and Tape AND Yarn! Thanks so much for this incredible way to make a staple-free book! on Step 5. Oh and by the way to add more pages just follow step 4&5 you would need more sheets of paper if you do this. on Introduction, no offence, but what if a school project came up? Supplies: scissors, paper (at least 2 sheets), pencil, optional ruler. So far, its possible to fit about 10 pages easily. Participated in the Holiday Gifts Challenge. over all its awesome, but just tell me if it is offencive. Your email address will not be published. That's how I understood step three. By DTaco Follow. on Introduction, couldnt have said it any better. There you have it no tape, no glue, and no staples. on Step 6, 10 years ago […] he used the stapleless book to create a report, he wrote all about the various different rays you can find with one sentence […], Your email address will not be published.

Thank you. U w UPay atention to the captions. About House Removals; Buying a Removal Home; Benefits of a Removal Home; Selling a Removal Home; Removal Home Process; Gallery; Houses For Sale; Demolitions; Other Services. This is the best and simplested book ive ever seen, but can you try to learn how to fit more pages? on Introduction. 16 days ago, I think you should use better lightting. Reply First you fold the paper in half hamburger style. If you want a more exact measurement, then use a ruler to measure one inch. Since, this is going to be one of the primary features of tomorrow’s post, and it takes some explaining to put together, I figured I’d better explain it here.
Thanks for telling! thanks!!! 11 days ago, Tip This is my first instructable so please rate and comment it. Take the rolled piece of paper and put it through the middle of the other like you see in the picture. Did you make this project? 7. May I suggest having a picture for your intro step (this way it will be more catchy to any random passersby)

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T_T Just follow the pictures. This is a cool idea of how to make a book I like it. 7 years ago I don't get it. To add more pages, just add more of part 2! You're done! :) I lovee this method of "book-making". To add additional pages, make more of this part 2. roll up part 2 and insert it into part 1! Hamburger fold both of your sheets of paper in half.

You could make a book that is durable, and can add more pages in, only with paper and scissors! Nice!You can adapt this for thicker paper by making diamond cuts instead of a square slot, and cut triangular wedges from the top and bottom instead of slits. Back in college I learned how to make these, and then forgot it. This is an interesting technique – I have to try it out. How to make a paper book without staples. 4. on Introduction. Supplies: scissors, paper (at least 2 sheets), pencil, optional ruler 1. P.S. Get a sheet of paper, and cut the dotted line for Part 1! Mark on the fold of each piece of paper a line, approximately two fingers up.

7 years ago Fiddle with the rolled piece so the two slits line up with the uncut portion of the spine.

I'm making a late Father's day present because I'm going to Tenessee and I won't be home in time to give it to him. 10 years ago Please show me a picture of the book. this is awesome!!! 3. 10 years ago

Get another sheet of paper, and cut the dotted parts for part 2! Did you make this project? I learned how to reuse printed paper making a mini-book here – https://www.makingbooks.com/hotdog.shtml, but Anna was not able to follow this instructions so far.

I dont know how to explain this. Otherwise not bad, keep up the good work. Reply The spelling, the grammar, the picture quality, all perfect, but the information is key. And now you have a bound book that didn’t require any tape or staples to make it. -- you're right the "putting it together" steps are hard to describe in words but the photos do the trick. If there is an odd number, than you need to put the larger number of pages in the second type of page (where you shaved the edge off). on Introduction. 11 years ago The materials you need are:-Paper-A Pair of Sisccors You might need many sheets of paper based on what you are making, but keep this in mind one sheet of paper equals 4 pages.

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1. I want it to have four pages but I didn't want to use staples since they're not safe for a little person. on Introduction. That is the smartest thing I have ever seen. I know you didn't ask :).

My teachers in middle school used it a lot. Definitely trying this with Emma – thanks for the tutorial! Share it with us! Roll the first sheet of paper like a burrito. My 5 year old daughter was able to follow the instructions for this, so if you child already has some crafting experience, than you’re golden. Thought I would help with the words of how to do this.

Slides, Raises, and Re-Stumps; Boat Moves; Storage Yard; Projects; About QHR. Filed Under: arts and crafts Tagged With: kid crafts. More by the author: Introduction Have you ever attempt to make a book, but couldn't make it because your class room lacked staples, tape, and even yarn? on Introduction. This will be the base.