Have you ever had a section of pages that you want to keep in your journal, but don't want to have to flip through in order to get to the pages you're actively using? You don't want to permanently get rid of them, and solutions like paper clips, binder or bully clips, washi tape page edges, tabs, multiple ribbon bookmarks, etc. are all possible solutions - but sometimes they add such bulk or take so long to implement that they're not ideal for everyone.
I came up with a very simple solution that takes 3 minutes tops, requires only a single sheet of paper, scissors or an X-Acto knife, maybe a ruler, and some tape. The end result is a handy little sleeve that groups archive-ready sections of your journal, providing a visual placeholder when your journal is closed without adding bulk or sticking out beyond your cover. It's easily removable, quick and easy to create and install, and won't damage your pages. Ready to give one a try? Check out the slide show below!
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