Personal Loans (and Borrowed)

How many times do you tear out your hair because you can’t find that favorite book? Did you loan it? Did you lose it? You’ve pinged your friends on the forums pleading, begging, even bargaining to get it back, but to no avail.

This strategy is something I’ve been wanting to do for myself and I’ve heard my friends undergo similiar circumstances -definitely frustrating. Intially, I created the personal tickets for loaned books and videos, but this general coupon will also tuck nicely into loaned clothing, yard implements, and other sources one generally finds as being the local loan-all.

As Creative Goddess, I’ve devised a personal strategy to assist you:

Personal Library Tickets for Items Loaned

While it’s pretty basic, I would encourage you to download it and modify it to fit your needs. I’m going to cut them into strips, staple them, and trim the bottom off when a friend borrows any item of mine.

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On the flip side… How many times do you open a book and wonder where it came from? You shrug your shoulders and put it back on your shelf and walk away. Walk away no more.

As Creative Goddess, I’ve devised a personal strategy to assist you:

Personal Library Tickets Items Borrowed

Again, it’s pretty basic, but download it and modify it to fit your needs.

Let me know if this helps you or if I should make changes. After all, it’s about the loan-in-progress we all share!

3 thoughts on “Personal Loans (and Borrowed)

  1. Jeanne Rhea says:

    Thank you! You know the trouble I’ve had. So very handy. You know you could make these in tear off sheets with some artwork and sell them! How about a cat reading a book? Not so good of an idea I suppose since your cats are so real to life. But I think I saw one of them reading a newspaper.

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