Whilst looking for colourful masking tapes to divide up my filofax notes pages, I was becoming increasingly frustrated at the cost of these, pretty though they are. The tapes also seemed to be quite thin.
Then I had a brainwave! Why didn't I use Steve's squared graph paper to design my own pretty page dividers, using my computer's paint and fill tool.
And hey presto! Some pretty note pages, with divided sections,and without the expense of masking tape, or indeed the worry of sticking it on in a straight enough line.
Here are just a few of my samples.
I am sure that you can think of many more and can be extremely inventive in your designs.
Those of you who sew patchwork quilts will be able to design some fabulous 'tape type' dividers I am sure.
The uses are endless too:
- Work to dos and Home to dos,
- Shopping food and Shopping family,
- Travel out and Travel return,
- Books read and Books to read,
- @Computer and @Phone calls, and so on.
I have used only the first page of Steve's Philofaxy A5 Graph Paper here- (see files section,) as the first page has a handy labelling box at the top.
Enjoy designing your own tape dividers! I hope this proves to be useful to some of my fellow Philofaxers.
Thank you Jane