Sunday, January 8, 2012

Card Binder

Another great idea I saw on Pinterest that I thought I'd put into use, since I've got a huge stash of cards sitting in boxes.  I'll do this with our wedding cards, too, but I started with the cards James received when he was born.  Each card was hole-punched in the corner with my Crop-A-Dial and I created a cover (front and back, but the back is just plain cardstock) and bound them together with a binder ring.  Super easy, really cheap (the only thing purchased was the binder ring - I got a 10-pack for $1 at the dollar store!) and a great, usable way to save keepsake cards.


Cardstock by Stampin' Up (Not Quite Navy, Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake)
Patterned Paper by October Afternoon (Campfire collection)
Diecut tag from Sizzix
Diecut leaves from Cuttlebug
Leather letters from American Crafts (Thickers)
Wood veneer sheets from Creative Imaginations
Green letter stickers from October Afternoon
Button from Stampin' Up
Bakers Twine from The Twinery
Ribbon from American Crafts
Tools used:  Crop-A-Dial, Cuttlebug.
Other:  Binder ring (dollar store.)

1 comment:

  1. What an amazing idea!!!!! This is headed straight to my 'to case' file! Love it!!!!!