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Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Journal – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

8 Jan

Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Journal

It is the new year and everyone is trying to get organized.  The Cutting Cafe can definitely help you with that!  There are many planners and add ons that can help you plan and organize.  See all the planner offerings here.

In the crafting world, many like to send surprise gifts/trinkets/crafty items to other crafters.  This is known as a RAK (Random Act of Kindness).  In 2018 I want to make and send more RAKs and I used the RAK Journal printable file to help me do it.  This file includes a list of RAKS, RAK notes, and RAK ideas.  I made my own folder to hold the printable sheets.

RAK Journal One Flip Opened

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RAK Journal Fully Opened

 

 

 

 

 

 


RAK Journal Front and Back Covers and First Pocket

Stop by The Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and 21st of each month to see the design team projects.  This month you are sure to find inspiration!  Leave a comment on the blog about the post and your name will be entered into a drawing to win three files of your choice on the next design team posting.

Thanks for stopping by!  Before you leave, here is my video giving more details!

 

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Craft Supply Inventory Book – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

7 Jun
Craft Supply Inventory Book

Craft Supply Inventory Book

It has been a while since my last post!  Hello!  I have many things I should have posted but time was an issue.  But I do have a new design team project for The Cutting Cafe that I am sure a lot of you will be thrilled about!  Regina, the owner, has created two new files to help us get organized and keep track of what we own, and what projects or challenges we are doing.

The first is a Design Team Planner which can help you keep track of not only things for your design team projects, but also challenges you may enter, or swaps you may be in.  The second is one I chose to do, the Crafts Supply Planner file!  Woohooo!!!  I have wanted to keep track of things I own but just had not gotten around to it.  It will be a labor of love to do, but once it is done, it will make life so much easier!

I covered and decorated a three-ring binder for mine.  I started to use chipboard to make 8 1/2 x 11 covers, then I found the binder and thought it would work well.

Craft Supply Inventory Book View 2

Craft Supply Inventory Book Spine

Craft Supply Inventory Book Back

The file comes with a multitude of page options, both in color or black and white.  There are pages for inks, markers, Stickles, embossing folders, cardstock, and many, many others.  You can mix and match however you choose.

Sample Inventory Page

Sample Inventory Page

The file also comes with tabs and cover pages.  I decided that I would also use this book to display photos of some of my projects and crafty good times with my friends.  So, I made divider pages with the tabs and will use them to add pictures.

I decided to add pictures of my craft projects and get togethers with crafty friends to the divider pages.

I decided to add pictures of my craft projects and get togethers with crafty friends to the divider pages.

Divider page with craft project pictures

Divider page with craft project pictures

Divider page with crafty friends photos

Divider page with crafty friends photos

I will continue to work on getting all my things into the book, including stamps and punches, to help me get organized and stay that way.  I have added a lot of pages to get me started.

Lots of pages!

Lots of pages!

Regina has added many new design team members so there will now be even more project inspiration for you on our design team posts which happen on the 7th and 21st of each month on The Cutting Cafe Blog!  Be sure to stop by and view the projects.  Leave a comment and you will be entered into a drawing to win three free files of your choice on the next posting.

As always, thank you for stopping by and before you go, here is my video of my project giving a lot of detail…

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