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Learn how to add more pages to the simple booklet I already posted. This is a slightly more advanced technique.
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Burn and learn how to make an advance booklet that has more pages in the basic design. We will start with the basic booklet and extra sheet of paper. I will use a different color to show where it fits in with the original sheets and the pair of scissors.
First, we will need to fold the new sheet of paper in half. Now cut I notches along the crease from the top to the bottom. Cut about 3 cm or a little more than an inch.
Now open your original booklet to the middle. Find the page that exposes the hole and the spine. This might very depending on the orientation of your book. We are going to add the new page by sliding it right into that hole. It helps if you roll the page a little. And there you go extra pages.