I loved playing office. What little girl doesn’t? Answering the phone, typing on a typewriter ( that was a serious skill!), stamping with the office ink pad, and the mother lode of office gadgets…the intercom! I stapled my finger, used all of the tape in the tape dispenser, put all the push pins in a design pattern on the cork board and strung the paper clips together. Before mechanical pencils, you had to sharpen pencils with a pencil sharpener. That was my favorite thing to do. I LOVE the smell of freshly sharpened pencils!
The Taylormadecards4u February 2019 Passport kit is an office theme!
I saw this Graphic 45 pencil bound mini album project on Pinterest and it was perfect for the Office Passport kit! It combined two of my favorite things (pencils and vintage office forms) in one project. Click HERE for the step by step tutorial.
I resized the images in Photoshop Elements to fit the chipboard bases and printed on white card stock. The edges of the card stock and chipboard pieces were inked with Club Scrap Earth ink for a distressed look.
There’s plenty of room to stamp a quote, write some journaling or add some photos on each page.
The Vintage Office Forms is a bonus kit that coordinates with the Office Passport kit. These would make great backgrounds, journaling blocks or bound together to make a notepad. The time cards are the perfect size for a shopping list!
Click HERE to see more from the Taylormadecards4u Design Team and a video tutorial for Monica Taylor’s signature passport card design. Thanks so much for stopping by and be sure to hop over to Taylormadecards4u Etsy shop for more vintage digital kits, handmade cards and ephemera!
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