First, head on over to this website and check out all the different geocache log book templates you can print out: http://www.techblazer.com/geocaching-log-sheets/
You can print out log sheets in black and white or color from .05 inches for nanos, 1.25 for micros to 2.5 inches for small and regular sizes. There are several varieties to choose from.
Simply print a couple of sheets for each size you want to create. I recommend only one sheet for the nanos. You get 48 full logs on one sheet.
For everything else I print out two sheets of each size each. That way you can make a log book with enough room for plenty of geocachers to sign and yet not too big to fit in the container. Below are some photos for the next step.
Put two sheets on top of each other facing up. Then staple each of the logs together somewhere near the logo. This will help keep them together when cutting, folding and placing them in their baggies. Note: Reclosable Plastic Poly Clear Bags can be found in most craft stores.
Cut the outside blank boarder off of the log sheet.
Cut each of the individual logs sheets from each other.
Fold the log sheets in half and then in half again.
Place them in individual jewelry baggies.
Make as many logbooks you would like for the sizes you think you will most likely need to replace when out geocaching. In about an hours time you can have a complete collection for your new geocaches and replacements for others.
Hope you found this post helpful and you can find more quick tips and other geocaching insights from this blog and our GeoSnippits webpage.
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