How To Make Your Own Dividers
Take a divider that you already have and trace it onto the paper. I made tabbed dividers, so I also traced the tab onto the paper as well. In other words, don’t match edge to edge; match tab to edge. Then cut out.
Take your first divider that you just cut out and line it up on the next piece of paper. Draw another tab and cut.
Repeat this process until you have enough dividers to satisfy.
Here are my new dividers! For tabs, I used Smead’s Erasable SuperTab File Folder Labels. This way I can change my categories anytime I want to.