While cleaning out my office, I came across a binder full of old diskettes (some of you might remember these ancient storage devices that held a whopping 1.44 kb of data) and noticed that the storage sheets were a sturdy frosted plastic. Bells started going off and I grabbed my scissors and cut them down to fit into my Personal size Molden which I use as a wallet.
To make it even easier to access each pocket, I used an inch and a quarter circle punch to create a finger fold. The punch went through the plastic like butter, even surprised me.
Jenni Bowlin made by Fiskars, the idea size for Pocket or Personal size Filofax
Fabulous idea, love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Monika, I feel guilty tossing things that could have a perfectly good life as something else. Luckily these were just the right size for the Personal size Filofax.ReplyDelete
Hello, I just came across your site looking for something like the tab punch. What size did you use? I have been looking and only found the large. Is this a small tab puncher? I am on a quest for this thing, lol.ReplyDelete
Awesome blog by the way. I am new to the Filo world myself and am learning soooo much. Thanks for giving helpful tips.
Thank you, there the Fiskars Jenni Bowlin punch is the perfect size for pocket and personal Filofax.Delete
I've been on a desperate HUNT for that Jenni Bowlin tab punch! Please let me know if you can part with it because I'm ready to purchase it! LOLReplyDelete
I have a link in the post to the site where the punch is still available for sale, I just checked that it's still available.Delete