Re-Use Paper : Create your own ghetto scratch-pad
While cleaning out my room I cam across a bunch of a old printouts which were of no use to me any further. Also what I found out was that the printouts were single sided too ..duh!!!
So I thought why not reuse/re-utilize those printouts and do my bit for the environment and give a few trees a few more days to live.
Since I need/use a lot of scratch pad for myself/household, I thought why not go ahead and make the non-printed sides usable and make a scratch-pad.
So readers just read ahead and you should know in a matter of minutes how to create your own ghetto scratch-pad from the left over single sided printouts
Here’s howto …
- Single sided left out/not needed printouts
- A kitchen knife (yes a paper knife won’t do…trust me )
- A lot of patience
- First get your single sided printouts and knife on a solid table.
- Fold a bunch of printouts horizontally.
- Cut through the horizontal fold using the kitchen knife.
- Re-fold horizontally each cut part and re-cut them again using the kitchen knife.
There you go… stack up the cut up pieces and then either staple them up or stitch them up or clip them up and then you have your ghetto scratch-pad.
Now you scribble away to your hearts content and let the trees live a little bit longer.
Hope you join me to make the environment a better place.