This tip is on page 159 of the Organization Tips for Scrapbookers by Denise Pauley. I will begin this project today, this seems easy enough to tote along with me to paint on my business cards while I'm on my lunch break. What I will do different is to actually type the paint brand and color onto the card pages using Microsoft Word.
What to gather:
black pen, circle punch, white cardstock
business card organizer with 2" x 3.5" transparent sleeves
paint brushes, cotton swabs and applicators
paints, inks, chalks, etc.
a) Cut white cardstock into 2" x 3.5" rectangles, Swipe, dab, or brush a small sampling of paint, ink, or chalk onto each card. (I'm using the Avery perforated printable business cards in white)
b) Label each card with the color of the medium used. Once dry, insert cards into business card binder sleeves
c) Create tabbed sections for your binder by punching circles from the leftover white cardstock and labeling them with correct title, such as paints, inks, or chalks.
Once I've completed this project, I'll be more than happy to show you the completed look