Website username and password keeper

My mom told me this idea she came up with, and it got my creative juices flowing.  Her way is just fine, but for all of you artsy, crafty folks out there, you can jazz it up a notch.  She went to the dollar store and picked up an address book.  With this book, she is storing all of her usernames and passwords.  Great idea, right?
I am terrible at remembering all of my usernames and passwords.  I used to have them on a little piece of paper, but I misplaced it all the time and always forgot to update it.  I guess it would be easier if I used the same one for everything, but it just doesn't seem real safe to me.  So this little book will keep everything in one place; usernames and passwords at the tip of your fingers, all together.

Just as an example, if you have a Discover Card, put it under the D section, write your username and password in the address section.  Blogger would go under B, and so on and so forth.  Not that I didn't think you all could figure it out, I just wanted to make it crystal clear. 

What you'll need:
1 piece of fabric
1 address book (whatever size you choose)
sewing machine or needle and thread

Here is what I started with

 I laid the address book on it, and folded the ends over to have a place to slide the book into.

Be sure to iron it before you sew it so that it's lined up straight
Make sure it is inside out to sew it

 Sew straight lines.  Be sure that you have a snug fit on the book, but not too close or it won't fit in.
 Flip  right side in, iron it to make everything lay nicely

 Insert the address book 
and volia

 The finished product
I hope it helps you with your organization resolution!  Enjoy

Love, BJ


WheelchairDecor said...

Great idea! I just keep a list on my computer, but the address book idea is a lot more fun! Thanks for sharing. I stumbled and GFC followed you!
Becky Jane

Crystal said...

Hey girl, that's a really great idea...and so cute!!

DisneyFan said...

What a great idea! I'll have to do this...well not the creative "adding a pretty cover" thing. Just buy the phone book part. :)

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Jodi said...

Really cute!

Thank you for stopping by and participating in my Having Fun Blog Hop from a couple Thursday's ago! Sorry it took so long to reply! I am a new follower of yours. :-)

Make sure you stop by both my blogs on Thursday...I have a hop on each one.

Have a great day!

A Mom Having Fun
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The Scrappin Mammaw said...

Love it! Wish I was as handy with needle and thread as I am with paper and scissors! lol love your blog! latest follower from MBC!

come visit when you can :)

Judy said...

Really cute project. I did a post on a book cover today as well. Mine was done with paper. I love yours. Come check out mine if you get a chance. www.diybydesign.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

I like this project. Having things in alphabetical order would be so much easier to find things. I found you on MBC and I'm your newest follower.


Me N My Thrifty Ideas said...

new follower from MBC :)

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Close to home said...

great idea, newest fan from winter friends. Love for you to stop by some time too.


Liz said...

Great idea!!!
I am a new follower. When you have a chance please check out my blog too.

Mad Mind said...

This is cool!

Glad you hopped on the Train ride!

shopannies said...

love this great idea and you make it look so attractive I am your new follower cant wait to see what else you share

Jansen Family said...

What a great idea! I'm totally using it--especially since you're supposed to have unique passwords for each site. It's so hard to keep track. I love your blog and am your newest follower!

~Carla (jollyjansen.blogspot.com)

Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

Ooooohhhh, cute idea!

I'm your newest follower and I hope you'll stop by my blog and follow me too!


MomOf2AtHome said...

I keep some on my computer but it's so inconvenient to go to that spot on my computer. I like this idea better! Thanks for the great tip!