Tuesday, January 06, 2009


card organiser front 1I have decided that I have GOT to get my craft room under control, and get myself organised this year. So I have started by making this card organiser that will help me remember birthdays earlier than the day in question ...

card organiser

Stamps: Headline Alphabet
Card: Ruby Red, Groovy Guava, Always Artichoke, Ginger Blossom designer paper
Accessories: Scallop punches (circle and long!), 1 3/8" circle punch, double-stitched ribbon

I had seen a number of these on different blogs (sorry, don't know who the originator was to give credit to), and I really liked how mine turned out, so this is what my Stamp Clubs will be making this month.

Hopefully by this time next month I will have got all the birth dates for all my favourite people put in here, and added cards for each of them, along with stamps and envelopes, so that come the week before their birthday I just have to write a note in the card and pop it in the mail box and it's finished. How much less stressful that sounds, doesn't it??

If you would like to just come and do this class with us, without joining Stamp Club permanently, you can come and make this complete project for just $20. Just make sure you drop me an e-mail asap to let me know that you want to join us as there is limited spaces available and I don't want you to miss out!

If you are interested in joining Stamp Club on a monthly basis, there are still a couple of spots left in the Monday Stamp Club that meets the 2nd Monday of each month. If you would like to join us, give me a call on (06) 753-5337 or e-mail me on stampwithsharlene@hotmail.com and I can give you all the details. They are a super fun group of ladies - always a great night away from husbands and kids (ooops - did I say that out loud??


Anonymous said...

I like the box and the idea - am soooo gonna copy this! Jamey

Trudi said...

Don't forget my birthday is February....lol. this is very cool.

INKcredible Girl said...

and mine is in August!!!

Mary said...

I like it...and need to do it myself!