Creating a Disc Binder from Start to Finish

The front of the binder was inspired by the famous Rae Dunn. The font creator is A Perfect Blend. I love all of her fonts.

Creating a binder was easy! Let me show you. I decided to give the disc system a good try. I have been depending on a notebook/binder system for years. This will be new to me, but I feel success coming on.


If you like this idea and want to use all of the Principal Binders, this will still work.  All you need to do is punch the holes in the pages using the Arc System.  I have tons of designs that will work.  I decided to use several purchased products this year.  





I created the cover to my binder, and then laminated it using the Scotch Laminator.  These laminating sheets are THE BEST.  It is very durable almost as thick as your driver's license.


I did a little shortcut this year and purchased a few already premade supplies. My life is so busy right now that I'm cutting myself a little slack and not feeling too guilty about it.  The Happy Planner designs called Create 365 are beautiful, as well as, the Martha Stewart items.

This was my first try at creating a disc binder.  I really had no troubles at all.  It was almost too easy.  I have been eyeing it for some time, but never had time to waste or money to blow if it was a mess.  But today I decided to go for it.





 So I printed and laminated the cover on cardstock.  Punched the pages using the ARC System.



 Grabbed the ARC rings and started inserting the paper.  It is wise to just add a few pages at a time.  I think it helps the paper not get ripped or wrinkled.






That is really all there is.  The best part of the system is that you can add a page or pages in any section of the notebook WITHOUT taking the binder all apart.  Just open it up to the page where you want to insert the page and then push it in the arc rings.


Interested in the cover?  Download here.


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