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How to Bind Your Own Notebooks

This hand-operated tool will zip holes all along the edge of your paper. Then you simply insert the flexible spine and zip it closed with the little plastic zipping tool. So easy to use! They easily zip open and close making them perfect for growing notebooks. You can create your own sketchbook, journal, or other type of notebook. You can also snip the spines to make smaller size notebooks like my kids’ quiet time journals pictured below.

We absolutely love this tool!

I purchased our ProClick tool a few years ago from Amazon.com.
Click here for direct link.
In addition to the ProClick tool, be sure to purchase the open/close spines.
(1/2″ yields about 85 pages; 5/8″ yields about 110 pages)


Kids created their own mini-notebooks for their
Quiet Times & Prayer Lists using the ProClick:

Make Your Own Quiet Time Journals

These are our assignment/daily record books created with the ProClick:

Make Your Own Assignment Books
At our sister site MomsToolBelt.com, we have a huge collection
of homeschooling and assignment book printables.

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  1. Alicia Wood says:

    I just looked at the Amazon listing for the binding tool and it looks like it can only “zip” 6 pages at a time. If you wanted to make a larger book, you just have to “zip” until all your pages have holes and then add the comb? Just curious about how time-consuming it actually is (I have always had things bound at office stores).

  2. I recently purchased the Priceline from Amazon and while it’s true that it only punches holes 6 pages at a time – or less if you’re punching thicker pages – I sat one evening while watching TV and it really doesn’t take that much time. I had 4 “books” of 70 pages each to do. My only advice, pay close attention to whether the pages are aligned carefully before punching. I had a few crooked lines but even with that, they still held and it was unnoticeable once it was bound.

  3. Can you explain the assignment/daily record books more clearly for us no-English-speaking Swiss people?

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