Do you watch Extreme Couponing on TLC? Do you wish you could save as much money as they do, but worry about how silly you’d look toting a huge binder of coupons to the grocery store?
Stylin’ Binders take away some of the stigma attached to couponing by transforming your ugly binder into a cute handbag with pockets to stash your store rewards cards, calculator, pen, notebook, and other couponing essentials. The strap is also helpful because it makes it easier to carry your coupons if you’re shopping with your kids in tow.
There are lots of different Stylin’ Binder options to choose from, so you can find something to fit almost every sense of style. The important thing to remember is that you’re paying for the binder cover only.
To keep shipping costs down, the company only sells the cloth cover. You need to purchase your own three inch binder from an office supply store. (If you want to save some money, try to snag a binder during the back-to-school sales.)
If you don’t like any of the pre-made binder covers, you can buy a pattern and sew your own or send the site the fabric of your choice and have them make you a customized cover. Wouldn’t a binder tote decorated with a monogrammed initial or fabric appliques be cute?
Even if you’re not into couponing, I think these binder covers would be useful for all sorts of organizational purposes. I’d love to have one to use for my in-progress scrapbook pages or just for organizing my general household papers.
Photo credit: Stylin’ Binders