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For the Surface:

  1. Use a foam brush and white paint to paint the back cover, spine and about 1" in from the spine on the front cover of the binder; let dry. Glue the multi plaid paper over the front of the binder, placing the edge of the paper just to the right of the spine. Open the binder and place the front cover face down on a cutting mat. Run a craft knife around the edges of the binder to trim the excess paper even with the edges of the binder surface. Repeat to cover the back surface of the binder with the same plaid paper.
  2. Computer journal ".com" onto yellow textured paper, then crop to a 3 3/4"x5" rectangle with the journaling positioned along the bottom edge. Ink the edges black. Mat on white cardstock, leaving the top right corner unglued and trimming the mat to 1/8". Computer journal "websites" onto light red textured paper and crop to a small rectangle. Ink the edges, then glue vertically behind the top right edge of the yellow textured paper to create a tab. Glue down the corner, then glue the whole piece centered on the front surface of the binder.
  3. Knot one 5" length each of yellow woven, pink sheer, lime grosgrain, citrus ladder, yellow sheer and aqua grosgrain ribbons around the left edge of the plaid "@" chipboard monogram. Trim each of the ribbon tails at an angle, then secure the monogram centered on the yellow textured paper, just above the ".com" journaling.
  4. Use dividers to create sections in your binder for your varying interests, then add lined paper to keep track of all the sites!

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