Whatever your profession, you might find yourself at conferences. Every conference I’ve ever been to, I end up with a ton of business cards. One of the great parts of conferences is networking with the other people there, so I want to keep the cards to remind me of conversations and people I’ve met. I wanted a solution that kept the business cards together, so I decided to make my own discbound booklet.
You might remember that I really like using these fun little discs to organize paper. I shared a big discbound shopping haul with you earlier this year, showed my discbound Recipe Book, and even how I keep my Party Planning Printables in my discbound planner. I’ve got several different discbound books I plan on blogging about, but I’m tweaking them to make sure they’re ready to show!
It was really simple to put these books together. Very simple! I grouped the cards together and cut out cute paper or card stock to make the cover.
Then I punched discbound holes in every card and in the cover paper itself. I set the built in guide on the punch make all the cards as consistent as possible.
Next I just snapped all the cards onto the discs. It really could not be easier!!
Add a fun label to the front to remind yourself where you picked up these specific cards. Easy, easy!
Now I just store these little booklets in my desk drawer and pull them out when I want to remember something specific.
The last conference I went to was a super fun one close to home. I loved the Arkansas Women Bloggers and I am excited to get to know a group of bloggers close to home!
I hope you enjoy making your own business card booklets!
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