You will need
  • - transparent files (those that are used for document storage and are sold in stationery stores);
  • - folder;- a sheet of A4 paper;
  • pencil;
  • - clip;
  • - soldering iron;
  • - a wooden or a steel ruler;
  • - a sharp knife;
  • - stationery tape.
To make album take a sheet of clean paper, best A4 and the denser the better, raschertite it into squares of the desired size. The size of the squares should be slightly larger than the size of a coin. You can make different boxes for coins of different denominations and size. Or to focus on the large coin and make the same cells. Please note that after bonding of the cells, their size slightly reduced. Future cell your album. Put down a lined sheet of transparent file, and under it, another sheet of paper. Then staple all three sheets of paper clips.
After that, take a soldering iron, heat it well and then slowly and gently glide them along the lines that you drew on the first sheet of paper. For most accurate lines, especially if you have little experience in owning a soldering iron can put wood or steel ruler on the line, and keep the soldering iron along it. This eliminates irregularities in case suddenly hand tremble. Keep on the same line two or three times, but be careful not to melt the file. When ready, the paper leaves will fall off.
Normally it takes time to adjust, to make things right, to lay straight lines and not to burn yourself a plastic file. Do not be discouraged if at first you do not will be, perhaps, the first couple sheets and you mess up, but then when you got the hang of it, you will succeed.
When the sheets cells are ready, proceed to the next stage. You need to make special slots for coins. To do this take a sharp knife, scalpel or razor and carefully cut a slot in each cell from the back side.
In order for the coins not falling out of the bin, use transparent stationery tape – simply seal the incision line after the coin invested. It is easy to remove if you need to get the coin, and it is almost invisible.
Then filled with coins leaves, place in a suitable size under the folder so that the line of incision, sealed with tape, was on the back side.