6 business cards.
WHY MAKE A BUSINESS CARD CUBE?
There are many reasons to make a business card cube! My reason, however, sprouted from a particular office spat with my manager and I. (All in good fun if you’re reading this, Mark!) One of my coworkers, Dave, brought in his son’s old NERF basketball and hoop. Around my department, we’ve kind of made it a game to see who can be the most discreet about shooting the basketball into the hoop. One time, and I kid you not, Mark was coming from around the corner and the basketball hit him square in the face! It was the great coffee disaster of 2012! Coffee-ocalypse! And the worst part was, no one would own up to it! As a joke, Mark wrote all suspects’ names on the board in his office, and has taken away the ball! One day, in a suit of revenge, I decided to do a Google search on “cool things to make out of office supplies,” or something to that effect, and lo and behold, BUSINESS CARD CUBES!
WHERE CAN YOU FIND BUSINESS CARDS?
Your rolodex is an obvious source, but you may want to actually use those as business cards, so I suggest using six of your own business cards. By simply typing in “business cards” in a Google search, over 700,000,000 results pop up. You may want to refine your search by typing in your city. For example, when I narrow down my search to “business cards Frederick MD,” Google Places gives me 10 local businesses that make business cards, such as Minuteman Press or even my local Office Depot does online printing. If you are looking for more creative options and templates, try my favorite, 123Print. Or you could print your own at home with an Avery product.
**The business cards I used in this project came from both my personal collection and a sample kit I ordered from 123Print.
NOW YOU ARE READY TO BEGIN YOUR BUSINESS CARD CUBE CREATION! *insert evil laugh here*
Step 6: BEGIN CUBE ASSEMBLY
Special thanks to Nate Batchelder for the drawn images!
Step 12: EPIC SUCCESS
BUT if you choose to throw them, please be aware of your surroundings and careful of your aim. You don’t want the coffee-ocalypse part II!