Password Book

I've been meaning to make one of these for awhile and finally got around to it yesterday. You know how "they" recommend you use a different password for every website you register on? Well, generally I do try to mix it up. But I have a little notebook where things like this are scribbled all over and also some post-it notes, just really unorganized. So here's my solution:

A Password Book!

And when I realized how quick they were going to be, I decided to make an extra. It would make a great gift, right?!

When I thought of making one of these, I immediately thought of this stamp set by Inkadinkado that I have. It's perfect, don't you think? I stamped the images on watercolor paper with Brilliance Graphite Black ink, then heat embossed with Sparkle powder. The birds were colored with Tombow markers and a waterbrush.


The Angel Company sells these DCWV Chipboard stacks which come in Brights or Neutrals. They make awesome covers for your Bind-it-All projects! I simply cut one in half for these books which gave me both the front and back covers. I have a full size Tonic guillotine paper cutter, which I love! It cuts right through this chipboard!


Here are the inside pages. I made the template using Excel. They print out four per page on regular copy paper. Then I trimmed each password page to about 3 1/8" x 4 1/2" (just a hair under 4 1/2" actually). Again, with the Tonic cutter, I can cut several pages at once.

Anyway, all the info I need is here on these pages. Even a place for "notes" which is great if the site you're referencing is one of your favorite places to order stamping supplies! You can write down what you usually order from there, how much their shipping is, etc. Or any other information that will help save you time. The reason I added a line for "email" is I have 3 different email addresses so this way I can remember which one I submitted for that particular site.

So no more clicking on "forgot password?" - make yourself one of these cute little books instead!

Enjoy your week! Tootles!



ADD YOUR LINK TO THE LIST HERE IF YOU MAKE YOUR OWN PASSWORD BOOK!


7 comments:

Bridgett said...

I love this! I have been wanting to make one of these for a long time now and see them popping up everywhere! I love yours...it's awesome and those birds are great! Love the sentiment!

Kathleen said...

Great project.
Might be worth encoding some of the passwords for more sensitive sites tho in case someone else finds it!!
Kathleen

"Jany" said...

Ohhh my!!!! You get even more convinced that I need the BIA. I just talked to a friend who does binding for pages up to 11 inches, and needs the pink one right after she bought the blue one. She told me, she will include wires, some chipboard, between other goodies to have me creating pretty fast.

I'm just almost there!

Sarah said...

Awesome idea!!!! I'm so going to use this idea for some Christmas gifts!!!!! You rock!

Sarah G.

Suzanne said...

totally, fantastically, awesomely, spectacular idea. I cannot wait to try it.

StampinCarol said...

What a clever idea!!

StampinCarol said...

Just too cool!!

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