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August 23, 2012

Start Your Engines

Hey Everyone,
LisaB from Rather B Scrappin

This month I wanted to share a project I made for work. We have talked about a way to have friendly competition in the office. Along with another co-worker we came up with the idea for a race track.
This is the largest thing I think I have ever made. It is 19 feet long.


All items were made with the cameo. Each of the road signs represents cases closed. 


Each employee will race down the road. Every unit has their own color. I laminated the cars so we can use dry erase markers to write the employees name on them. 

Making the road was the easy part, but making it so the magnets (on the back of the cars) stick to it, was a little more challenging. I finally found these roofing pieces. They were bent, so I just hammered them out, then hot glued them to the back of the road. 



I have a few more things I want to add to the wall (clouds, winners circle and a starting point) However put it up so everyone can get excited about this new friendly competition that will be starting September 1st.






I hope I was able to inspire you today! Thanks for stopping by and checking out the Bugbytes
Until next time!


8 comments :

Loving My Crafts said...

That's an awesome job!

Audrey Frelx said...

Wow, Lisa, this is an amazing office project!!! You did such a great job!

Pam said...

This is truly awesome. Tackling somethng out of our usual is always such a challenge and love how you thought of the roofing sheets. Did you cut your vinyl of the road? The cars are awesome. TFS

Michelle said...

Very cool - amazing undertaking, I'm sure everyone at your workplace was impressed :)

doodlingdebbie said...

Lisa, that is one amazing project you took on. I am thrilled to see something like this. You did a fantastic! Really fantastic job on this. Everyone in the office is going to be admiring your work for a long time to come. Thank you for sharing.

LisaB said...

Pam - everything is made of cardstock. No vinyl was used

dane said...

originale pour une chambre d' enfants c' est sympa bravo biz

Pam said...

wow Lisa. That looked so shiny I thought it was vinyl.

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