I laid the binder on the fabric and cut the slits of sorts where the metal thing is.
Next, I folded the top down and tucked it under the bracket. (Is that what its called?)
Then, I pinned everything in place, mostly so I could figure out what needed to go where, especially on the front.
Bam! The difficult part is done! Now all you have to do is fill it up with whatever. Here's my completed two:
Now, about why a three inch binder would be best. This is what my daughter's looks like when I close it:
All in all, that's all there is to it! Simple project, right? Oh, by the way, if Lisa Frank sold fabric, I would be in pre-teen heaven. I loved those products and probably always will! How about you?
Curious as to what I'm doing? check out that original post here.