I want to start a project sketchbook where I will put all of my existing notes for 1 specific project, separated into different sections, and with a table of contents, to arrange them and have a central point for my notes on that project.

It will mostly be text but will also include process flow diagrams and pasted photos, so I want plain paper without printed lines.

I want it to be A3 size, and I thought of getting a plain A3 sketchbook, but there may be a time where 1 page is not enough for a specific section that is between other full pages, so I wonder what options there are for something so I can add a new page in the middle.

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You can make your own sketchbook ring binder:

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That way, new blank A3 pages, as well as coloured index tabs, can easily be added anywhere.
You can perforate new pages yourself using a hole puncher.

If your project files consist of a lot of loose or thick objects, you can also opt for a binder box.


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You might want to look at the Levenger Circa binding system that uses a special punch and round discs to produce notebooks with removable pages. There are some clones that go by the generic name disk-binding systems.

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