- Quart-size slide zipper bag
- Duct tape
- Hole punch
- Sheet of notebook paper
Cut or tear enough duct tape strips to cover both sides of the bag with about ¾-inch boarder on the side opposite the zipper.
- Cover the entire bag with the strips of duct tape. Be sure that the tape extends at least ¾ inch beyond the side opposite the zipper.
- Use the notebook paper as a guide to punch two holes in the side opposite the zipper so that the pouch can be placed in a three-hole notebook.
- Use permanent markers and duct tape stickers to personalize the pouch.
NOTE: You can make duct tape stickers by sticking strips of duct tape to release paper (the kind that labels and stickers come on, waxed paper might also work). Use a die cut or craft punch to make shapes that can be peeled away from the paper and stuck to the duct taped pouch.
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