Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Club Scrap Blog Hop: Office Space


Welcome to my part in the 

I hope you arrived here from
Jennifer's Blog.

What to make I thought?!
Then one of my collegues at work asked me
if I had a card for the birthday of another  collegue.
I remembered I once made a birthday book, where
you add cards, so you always have some ready.
Idea was born and I looked for the instructions.
I found them on Splitcoaststampers HERE.
For this birthday book you need 6 12x12 inch cardstock
and 2 pieces of 6 x 73/4 inch pieces of cardstock.
On Splitcoaststampers you find perfect folding instructions.

Here is my book:
Andyou see it also already has cards in it.
I am ready for my colllegues!
 Not on all, but on some pages I added
some stamping for decoration. Not on all, for I
found that too busy.
I used my zutter for the binding of the book.
Below you see all the pages I made.
If you click on the photo, you will see a larger version.


Here are all the pages:

Now I wanted to share with you
how I made 8 cards in a jiffy.

I took one of the 8,5 x 11 inch pieces of paper
and stamped some of the Office Space stamps at random.
Yes, I used one of the printed papers and I used 
matchin inkpads for stamping.

I drew up this template for cutting the stamped cardstock.

Here you see it cut op.

I took some white papers and cut 8 cards, folded
them and spread out all the parts
of the stamped cardstock.

Here you see the finished cards. I added another color
 of cardstock to the cards and stamped some sentiments here and there.
Little flower embellishments from my stash.




Well, this was it from me.
I guess you need some more inspiration.
It is on 

If for some reason you loose your way,
you can alsways go back to the Club Scrap Blog.

Thank you for looking
and have a creative day.


23 comments:

Anne Marie said...

Hetty, I love your card keeper. Office Space is the perfect choice.

Papercrafting Princess said...

How COOL is that! Love what you created with the kit. Thanks for the tutorial...Got to LOVE it!

Annette said...

Hetty as always you have come up with a brilliant idea and it is so well done. Now I have to get my Zutter out as well!

Tricia Morris said...

Fun cards, Hetty! And I adore that spiral bound birthday card book!

Julie said...

Hetty, love your calendar/card holder book!! What a great idea and the cards are so much fun!

debduzscrappin said...

You always have the most amazing projects and this is definately another one of those!!

Lisa D said...

That spiral birthday book is incredible!

Donna Coughlin said...

love the birthday book, especially since it has pockets, great idea Hetty!

Laura said...

Your card booklet is amazing, Hetty! I love it! I don't know where you get all your energy and creativity!!! I wish I had 1/10 of it! Great cards as well and wonderful that you made them so quickly! Thanks for sharing!

Josette Trunnell said...

Love all of it especially that book!!

Kay Williamson said...

Wow, awesome card keeper with each month's calendar page! Brilliant! Wish I was that organized. Love all the pockets in the spiral bound book. Boy, those cards are really adorable too, so many fun projects as usual Hetty!

APeeling Papercrafts said...

Awesome project Hetty! Love all the elements on the cards and holder! So cute!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Wow, Hetty, I was here thinking the birthday album was brilliant and then you also made 8 cards! You've been super busy and having fun! I really like the idea of the birthday book! Must keep this idea in my back pocket! This office kit is wonderful - I love all the fun office stamps and images! I like the joke about the chair swivelling hehe!

Donna Nuce said...

Hetty this is such a great idea. Thanks for all the details on how you made it.

Maxine D said...

What great idea and beautifully executed Hetty - and I do love the way you made the cards using the one sheet of paper and getting 8 cards from the one sheet.
Blessings
Maxine

Daffodil Cards said...

You've come up trumps again, what a great idea and a wonderful present. Great tutorial too. As always x
Faith
x

Karen Wyngaard said...

Love your idea for a card organizer. It would be the perfect companion to my perpetual calendar. I may just have to make one!

Diana said...

Great fun book. Love making books for all different things.

Tina Dornbaum said...

What a fabulous book to showcase your awesome cards. Great projects Hetty.

rettaescape said...

Love the size of the card keeper, very cute. Cute cards!

Carolyn said...

Fantastic card organizer and card set!!

Sheila said...

Thank you for the guide to the quick and easy cards! So useful. Your card organizer is absolutely fantastic and thank you for the directions!!

Wendy Bellino said...

This makes me want to dig out my zutter binder! I am all about something that I can use again and again. I like the pockets on each monthly page. It makes things so easy!