I recently made a book quite like this one to send in to Stampin’ Up! They have a call right now for Event Stamping Helper. You have to be a Sr. Supervisor or higher and send in 3 card fronts, one scrapbook page ( 8 1/2″ x 11″ or 12″ x 12″) and one 3D item. Then Stampin’ Up! will pick people that will stamp samples for their events: Regional, Leadership, Manager Reception and Convention.

I  enjoyed being a Display stamper in the past. It stretches me and helps me to stamp outside my comfort zone. I hope I have the opportunity to do it again.

3D items are always the hardest part of those calls. It took me two days of walking around like a caged lion to come up with the book. I really like how it turned out and will share it with you in a few weeks.

I liked it so much in fact, that I made another with the Cutie Pie Designer paper. It looks completely different then the first book.

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I started out by cutting cardboard pieces (that came with my Postage stamps order) in 3 1/2″ x 5 1/4″ pieces. I adhered two on top of each other and covered it in paper for my front and back cover.

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The inside pages are 3″ x 5″ index cards. I made tabs with the round tab punch and added flowers punched out with the Spring Flower punch.

The book is bound with Bind-It-All.  I used 7/8″ black wire with it. The book contains 50 index cards.

Other supplies included:

Stamps: It’s all Good, Amazing to Zany (to), Simple Serif Alpha

Ink: Purely Pomegranate Classic ink, Black Stazon

Paper: Purely Pomegranate, Basic Black, Shimmery White, Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery and So Saffron Cardstock, Cutie Pie and Certainly Celery Prints Designer paper

Accessories: 1 1/4″, 1 3/8″ and scallop circle punches, Antique Brass Hodgepodge Hardware, Photo corner punch,  Round Tab Punch, Spring Flower punch, Soft Subtles Brads, Ribbon Originals: Jersey, Dazzling Diamond Glitter, Glue pen, Index cards, cardboard, Bind it all

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

25 Responses to “Cutie Pie address book”

  1. This is such a great idea, and so so cute!!! I love that you used index cards!

  2. Ok Beate, I was thisclose to emailing you and asking you how often you used your bind it all! LOL

    I am also thisclose to ordering one because I LOVE the idea of making little booklets and journals.

    Is it easy to use? Because it sure looks like a lot of fun! Also, what wires do you use the most, sizes and colors?

    I cant wait to see your other creation!

  3. AWESOME book!!! I love the papers and the way you used the punch tab to separate the pages, such genius!!

    I have been trying to ignore the Bind It All and was doing very well. This book has pushed me over the edge, although I will have to wait a while I now NEED on, LOL. TFS I think????

  4. this turned out so cute, beate!!

  5. Soo cute and you went above and beyond be finnishing all the inside so neat crisp and clean. Real professional looking as always !!

  6. That is absolutely adorable! I have ordered my bind-it-all. I am just waiting for it now! See your book just made me more excited to get it!

  7. Awesome book. I may just have to break out my bind it all and use it! lol I’ve just been looking at it because it’s so cute!

  8. Wow! Awesome. Good luck!

  9. Love this…so very creative,I’m going to have to try this….

    Hugs,
    Lisa (blessedalatte/blogspot.com)

  10. You are KILLING me! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this one! Oh my goodness!

  11. I am loving all of it. i am especially fond of the way you finished the inside. You never do leave any detail in-done! I think I am going to have to make one of these for my oldest. SHe is starting High School and would probably like one for her assignment book.
    YOU ROCK!!
    HUGS

  12. OK so this is absolutely amazing! I’ve made a book before from scratch but never thought to use recipe cards! You know I’m going to CASE that idea!!! Thanks Beate!

  13. I love black and white but this is even better! Yum!

  14. This is so adorable Beate. I love it, love the colors, everything. Thanks for sharing your works.

  15. Oh, I love this!!!! The black really pops against the Cutie Pie paper. 🙂

  16. Oh your book is so fabulous! So clever! I have no doubt you will be chosen, you are the stamping finest! I’m even impressed you already have samples ready, you must also be the queen of time management and production! So jealous over here!

  17. Forgot to mention earlier that I just posted blog candy today with 2 chance to win http://blessedalatte.blogspot.com/

    Hugs,
    Lisa B

  18. Beate, Love your little book! I have a bind-it-all and have never actually bound anything yet 🙂 I have played a little bit though. I have a question, how did you adhere the paper to the cardboard? I tried Mod Podge once and it kind of warped the cardboard then I tried just “wrapping the cardboard in the patterned paper and didn’t like that it wasn’t “tight” against the cardboard. Just wanted your advice. Thanks!!!

    Julie

  19. Wonderful book, and idea of using those cards! I’m really loving that paper too! Super!!

  20. This is amazine Beate. Great use of the tabs!

  21. that turned out soo cute! can’t wait to see the other one!

  22. Wow this is so cute. Love the colors and great idea to use indes cards. As alwasy, amazing!!! 🙂

  23. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the cutie pie paper paired with the black ribbon, and I love the idea of using the index cards!

  24. You are so creative Beate. This is just fabulous.

  25. What a cute address book!! That reminds me I should take my “Bind it all” out of it’s box!!

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