Friday, March 27, 2009

Creating 5 from 1

I needed some smaller logs for some of my caches. Before I knew it, this is what I ended up with! The long and skinny one will be perfect for another container I have waiting to be camouflaged. I cut with an exacto knife type of blade using a straight edge for neatness. I then used my beading tools and bent over the wire so the pages wouldn't fall out.

Geocaching Logs

For the parts without spiral binding, I tightly wrapped a strip of camouflaged Kentucky Chrome around the edges. I had some epoxy out for a cache I was creating so I put a thin layer over the top end for extra hold. I made sure to get all the pieces covered.

Geocaching Logs

5 comments:

  1. Neat work.

    We have little logbooks at the "100 yen stores" here that are about one inch wide, by about four inches long. Perfect for small caches, and cheap.

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  2. Nicely done! I love that instead of spending money on separate notebooks, you just made your own. <3

    And I'm really liking the new layout. :)

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  3. You are good! All this rain has kept us from placing our first cache, but we have two of them ready.

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  4. A good way to make several logs.

    I did a bunch through office max. I designed a cover and put them together, then had them bind them and cut them up. Worked well. Maybe I should post about it sometime. :)

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