How to Hole Punch Customizable ARC and Levenger Circa Notebooks
Journaling is the still big business and everyone who needs to get anything done is doing it. Journaling has become a word! If you’re Adulting correctly, you’re probably Journaling!
Some of the most popular journals are the Customizable ARC and Levenger Circa Notebooks that allow you to build the kind of notebook style journal that you want.
Typically you would make your own journal with a 3 hole punch, but Customizable ARC and Levenger Circa Notebooks work with a disc system and a special punch is required so punching the holes and even printing the pages can be a little tricky.
I am using a Levenger hole punch with a ARC notebook – Yes, they are interchangeable.
I will be using the Do, Doing, Done printable I made as a Post-It Note To Do List in this example.
First, note that the pages are printed so the left page is on the right and the right page is on the left. That is because the area you are going to punch the holes are on the outside of the page and not in the middle.
Print the page using Adobe PDF software. If you don’t have Adobe PDF software it is available for free from Adobe.
Next, either using scissors or a paper slicer, cut the page in 2.
Next revers the sheets so the left page is on the left and the right page is on the right and punch the holes.
If you line the pages up, you’ll see the holes are evenly punch and you can place them in your journal.
And you’re done.