While I am spending the morning at home, trying to remind myself that life is worth living (even though there are headaches), I thought I would share the project I finished last night.
Using my trusty paper cutter, laser printer, padding compound, and scrap paper (collected by good people) I made a score pad for Rook Shanghai.
Rachel (of Camp Smartypants fame) introduced this game to the crowd at a game night, and it's become one of my favorites because you have to use your brain, it's faster than Phase 10, and I sometimes win.
A couple of notes -
•To obscure the original purpose of the paper, I scanned and printed a playing card pattern across the "bad" side.
•I used 2 BIG playing cards, spraymounted together, as a backing to the pad.
•The little pens came from Office Depot. They are sooooo ccuuuutttteee.
•To make the hole for the pen to fit in, I punched two round holes and cut with an Xacto knife to connect them.
Yay for game playing.