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Hi there! I have fun little project to share with you today. It’s a project I created over on the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog, but I can show it here as well. When Kelley with Our Daily Bread Designs published the Scripture Collections this year I knew I wanted to do something with the entire collection. The collection all together is so inspiring so I thought to make a booket out of them. While shopping in the office supply store I came across some name badges and thought they would make perfect pages for a book. The more I thought about it, I envisioned a little booklet you could easily slide in your purse or carry in your car to pull out when you had a snippet of time. I dressed them up a little bit by putting a fun tag on them to make them seem like a kit that you would pull out if you had a certain need.
You can see here that 10 pages is a full load for this box. For more pages I’d have to make my box deeper or jump to a different container.
As I really got into putting these together I thought of all the uses – flash cards for a kid, pocket recipes for a girlfriend, a quote journal. I love it because it’s so small.
If you think that someone is tired of getting your cards I thought this would be an excellent change up and one they are likely to keep! The best thing is that the kit uses all the stamps in the Scripture Collection 3 and Scripture Collection 4 sets by Our Daily Bread Designs. Here are the steps I took and the supplies I used to make them (click on pictures to make them larger):
Hint: For this project I used Scripture Collection 3 and Scripture Collection 4 because they are the right size to fit within the pages of the booklet. Some of the extra verses come from Scripture Collection 1 and Scripture Collection 2. I also found out it was a wonderful use for scrap paper. For me, I have several sets of paper that I’ve purchased that are not considered current any more and this was a perfect use because as a set – all the papers match.
Here are the supplies I used:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs – Scripture Collections 3, 4 and select stamps from Scripture Collections 1, 2
Paper: Assorted Paper from my Scrap Bin, Memory Box – Provence on shown booklet
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black and clear embossing powder
Accessories: Assorted Martha Stewart Border and Corner Punches, ID Tag Holders, Ribbon, Jump Rings or Paper Clips, Spellbinders™ Labels Eleven (for lid of box), Spellbinders™ Tags Five