Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Club Scrap Blog Hop Office Space

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Welcome to the Club Scrap July Blog Hop featuring the Office Space kit. If you have arrived from the super creative Roni's Inkstains Blog then you are in the right place. If not, hop back to Karen's post at the Club Scrap Blog to see a complete list of all the talented bloggers.

Pinterest is always a constant source of inspiration for me, with so many wonderful home and office decor ideas. I found an adorable bookend set and knew it would work perfectly with this month's theme.



Scroll to the bottom for detailed instructions.

Up next on the hop is Anne Marie's Artfully Balanced Blog.

Box Gather List:

Book Board
2 - 3x5 7/8" divider wall pieces glued together to make double thickness
2 - 6x6" front and back walls
2 - 3 1/4x6" side walls
1 - 3x6" base

Paper
2 - 3 1/8x5 7/8" side panels Office Space White Print
1 - 5 7/8x6" back wall panels Office Space White Print
Misc. paper pieces - Office Space Jade, Coral, Manila, Retro Pattern, and Orange for paper succulents

Cork Boards
2 - 6x6" Front wall pieces glued together to make double thickness

Assembly Instructions: 

Cut one 12x12 cork board into four 6x6" pieces using a craft knife.



Sandwich two cork boards and two divider wall book board pieces together with Bookbinding Glue to make double thicknesses of each. Set aside to dry.

Draw a pencil line to mark position of the divider wall on the base. Add glue inside the marked areas and adhere.



Lay the base on its side and add glue to the edges of the book board.



Attach the front wall, and repeat for the back wall.



Finish the box by attaching the side book boards.


Glue the cork board onto the front of the box with Bookbinding Glue.


Cover the back and side walls with Office Space White Prints leaving an 1/16" reveal around each panel.



Stamp Office Space images from the Jumbo and Greetings UM sets onto shrink plastic to create thumbtacks embellishments. Fussy cut the images and shrink with heat tool.


Sand the tops of metal thumbtacks to prepare for gluing.


Allow the tacks to dry for up to 12 hours before use.


Punch and die cut papers to create paper succulents for the box.


Add rocks to the smaller box compartment and attach paper succulents with hot glue.



Admire your completed project :)




Thanks so much for stopping by and enjoy the rest of the hop!

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26 comments:

  1. Oh, Julie, this is another SUPER idea of yours!! I love those push pins.
    Beautifully made.

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  2. You never cease to amaze me!! This is a delightful project which I have already bookmarked! Thank you so much for this one.

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  3. Yes, you do always give 100% at work. Every day. Another great project, Julie!

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  4. Man so many exquisite details - its awesome!!

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  5. Julie...you've outdone yourself! This is amazing! Imagine my surprise when I realized it wasn't made with a pizza box!

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  6. The flowers are gorgeous, but the whole project is amazing!!!

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  7. Great project and wonderful tutorial

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  8. What a great idea for also holding craft supplies! Love your little stick pins.

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  9. Wow, Julie, this is so wonderful! Love the cork board, just really brilliant with this fun collection if you ask me, thanks for the awesome inspiration!

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  10. LOVE! So cute and great tutorial. The push pins are adorable!

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  11. Julie, this is so amazing! LOVE the cork side and your push pins.

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  12. Love the cork board idea. Really amazing Julie!

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  13. Repurposed, multi-functional, clever . . . I love this idea. And those are the cutest little push pins EVAH!

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  14. Love those thumbtacks. Love the office look. Thanks for showing the steps.

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  15. BERNATH cigale.nathalie@wanadoo.frJuly 28, 2016 at 7:00 PM

    PARFAITE CREATION GOOD §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§

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  16. Julie this is fabulous!!! I have the cork so I am definitely trying this out!

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  17. Nice! Thanks for the step by step!

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  18. Cute desk organize! Thanks for the instructions.

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  19. Super project and so durable, useful, and attractive. Thanks for the instructions!!! This will make a unique gift!

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  20. Oh my gosh i looooove this!

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  21. I'm definitely admiring the completed project! A mini bulletin board, oh my gosh how cute!

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  22. The shrink plastic push pins are so cute, Julie!

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