Like most Filofax enthusiasts, I have a stash of Post-its, sticky notes and tabs/flags that I use in my filo. I keep them in the first drawer of this rolling cabinet in my craft studio.
|Custom filing cabinet on wheels|
|1st drawer holds sticky notes & tabs|
I like using Post-it and sticky notes for disposable note-taking and have them in a few places in my filo at all times.
I will always have them in the Notes section:
(1) In the stay-at-home filo,
|Stuck on a tabbed flyleaf on the front . . .|
|. . . and back|
(2) And in the Chameleon. Right now, some are stuck to my pagemarker, like on this Martha Stewart one with her own brand on the front, and tiny and colorful Post-its at the back. These are from my sister and she stuck them on there herself. (Thanks dear!)
|Martha Stewart for Avery pagemarker, front . . .|
|. . . and back. Plus tabbed flyleaf with Post-Its|
I also always put a few pages on my Blog section.
And these are my most used Post-its/Sticky notes.
I use these for removable labeling and highlighting.
|$1 labels from Staples|
And these are Parisian-themed, picked up for a song in a bazaar. I use the thinnest ones on top for the Registration Page.
|Cute, practical and cheap (:|
I'm always tempted to buy more when I'm in a store, but I always restrain myself because I have this stash to go through first.
I also love tabs! Lately though, I've been making my own top tabs because I wanted a more uniform and cohesive look. I wrote about them here. I have some trouble aligning the top tabs and making them perfectly even (!), and sometimes I have to take them off to write something underneath it and it drives me bonkers.
I have a few of these that I haven't been using much lately. What has seen the most use are these Avery round tabs that I use as pagemarkers on all my filos. I love that they're round because it means I can put them on in any way and they would always be even (does that make sense?).
|My current favorite movable pagemarker|
|Avery and Post-It brand|
|I love Martha's pastels !|
I've been trawling the internet lately looking for creative ways to use these. I'd like to use them more.
That's it for now, thanks for visiting!