Clip memories! How to store stubs
Travel, movies, theme parks, concerts, watching sports ...
It's a ticket stub filled with fun memories, but what are you doing? It's a waste to throw it away somehow. But leaving it in your wallet is bulky ...
This time, I would like to introduce how to store stubs, which I would like such people to read!
First of all, I would like to introduce a special file specializing in ticket storage.
We recommend ticket files that can be purchased at CD shops!
As it is only sold by CD shops, the type of tickets issued at convenience stores can be stored securely.
Besides, the design is wonderful!
As you all know, the design is such that the bright red logo of a major CD shop with a large store in Shibuya shines.
The one with the logo is available in three colors: black, yellow, and clear.
There are 7 colors of plain ones, and other files in collaboration with popular characters are on sale.
(As of February 28, 2018)
In addition to the wide variety of colors, a label sticker can be attached to the back cover, so it is also attractive that you can customize it to your liking, such as by period or by artist.
Utilize a 100-yen shop
The 100-yen shop sells a wide variety of holders and files, but this time we will introduce recommended products for movie stubs and concert tickets.
First of all, recommended products for storing movie stubs!
It's a "card case (business card folder)".
A card case is a business card holder, but a three-column card case that opens like a notebook is perfect for storing movie stubs!
Since the movie stub is made of thermal paper, the print is easily erased, but it seems that it will last a long time because it is hard to come into contact with heat and air when stored in the card case.
The 100-yen shop's "sticker storage file" is filing concert tickets.
This is really convenient! And cute!
The design of the sticker storage file sold at the 100-yen shop seems to change from season to season, but the performance is the best anyway.
Since it is made for storing the sticker mount, it is as simple as putting rubber on a thin notebook file.
So, just pop in the tickets for the concert you've finished and you'll be able to organize them perfectly!
The editorial staff, who loves live performances, is about to enter the second book, so I searched for a storage space for the first book, but it was really thin, so I could easily insert it into the gap in the bookshelf.
Well, I've introduced some of them so far.
"But I want to combine movie stubs and concert tickets into one!"
For those who like, here are some tricks you can do with 100 average goods.
We will prepare binders and refills that you can get at 100%.
A5 size is recommended.
Once you've chosen your favorite binder, buy refills with pockets for common A5 size materials, as well as separate pockets for trading cards.
Put a large pocket refill and a card-sized refill in the binder, and sandwich the translucent color sheet with holes.
Then, you will have a customized holder that can store stubs and tickets at the same time!
You can also use it like a diary by sandwiching loose-leaf or kraft paper.
It's fun to decorate the whole page with tickets pasted with impressions and illustrations before the heat of the live or movie cools down.
It certainly takes longer than other methods, but arguably the most interesting thing to look back on is the scrapbook!
Why don't you make only one book in the world with your ticket and your memorable photos and comments?
Well, this is the end of this special feature.
Did you find any useful tips?
The editorial staff immediately wanted to watch a movie to get a stub.
What is your favorite movie?