Office Space Layouts and Cards
Ironically, it's a national holiday, so if you normally work at an office, it's likely you've got the day off! Woo-hoo! Let's take a few moments to take a closer look at the fun Office Space cards and layouts . . .
OFFICE SPACE GREETINGS TO GO
The set of gate fold cards features a pair of 1" flaps that meet at the center. The cutaparts attached to the flaps pop up slightly to create dimension on the cards.
Each card is held closed with a paper band included in the cutaparts. Simply slide the band off to open the gate and reveal the greeting inside.
If you happen to have a bottle of Glossy Accents or Diamond Glaze, apply a little to the typewriter keys and the water cooler . . .
The third set is made with a unique "bow tie" fold. The card base is scored/folded diagonally and then folded in half. This forms two angled pockets. We've included a Jade panel to fit inside each pocket and some entertaining artwork for each panel.
OFFICE SPACE DELUXE KIT
Our team worked diligently to ensure the papers for this collection remained neutral, making them perfect for any memorable adventure. I love the fresh color scheme and funky retro patterns . . . they'll be perfect for the next batch of printed photos from my summer!
LAYOUTS 1 & 2
This layout is well-balanced with three 4x6 photo mats, three pairs of accent photos finished with a set of graffiti-style cutaparts.
Ink the edges, adhere to the layout, and embellish with mini #10 staples.
I'm thinking this would be perfect for photos of a cat. In a box. (Especially Toni's cat, Spenser. )
LAYOUTS 3 & 4
I love this layout for photos at the pool. Close your "tabs" and relax in the sun for a spell!
LAYOUTS 5 & 6
That would be Kay's hand peeling one off the stack. They're adorably small!
LAYOUTS 7 & 8
The die cuts include three paper "belts" than can be wrapped around an object. And we couldn't resist picking up a four-pack of sweet miniature Ruler Charms.
LAYOUTS 9 & 10
I loved using the "Quick Brown Fox" stencil to add a bit of text beneath the border strip on the left page and to accent the coin envelopes on the right.
LAYOUTS 11 & 12
Instructions to trim four tiny pieces of Jade paper serve a lofty purpose . . . slide the narrow strip behind the window on each file tab on the die cuts to add a pop of color.
LAYOUTS 13 & 14
What do you get when you combine a cutapart, typewriter trimmed from the 8.5x11 Coral Print, silver clip, ruler charm and tartan plaid ribbon? This cool page embellishment.
Remember to think big, think outside of the box, close your tabs, and don't bother removing the USB drive safely. Enjoy your holiday!
Tricia (shown below with Julie H. at the Scrapbook Expo in Chantilly, VA)
P.S. We extend a very warm welcome to all of the new members who joined our family at the show!