We're heading to the park shortly for a little fresh air. While the girls play I'm hoping to start working on my fall stamping schedule. It's crazy but I feel like July is already a write-off and I have to have all my little duckies in a row by mid-August so I can hit the fall running. It goes SOOOO fast once September 1st hits! Of course there is the *new* school routine and adjustment period and then it's a sprint up to October and Alicia's birthday. Weeks later it's my parents' 50th wedding anniversary, my brother comes to town, Halloween and then my Dad's birthday. That takes us to November and I'll be in the final stages of my crafting craziness before Christmas! It will be a blur of fundraisers, Technique classes. Stamp-a-stacks, parties and treats for the kids' friends. I NEED to buckle down and creat all my projects for Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas in the next 3 weeks! Eek! When I put it like that I better bust a move! I'll start by getting off the computer *lol*!
Today I wanted to show you some storage ideas that I've stumbled across from other blogs and Stampin' Connection ... the private website exclusive to Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. This is one MAJOR reason to become a demonstrator - you have access to hundreds of THOUSANDS of card, gift and scrapbooking ideas ... all with Stampin' Up! products. It's fantastic!
The first storage idea comes from fellow demonstrator Kimberly Barker. She so very generously posted printable pages that fit into the Stampin' Up! clear boxes ... which you can buy in the Clearance Rack, while supplies last!! You can order these directly through my on-line store at www.tamarabertram.stampinup.net - Item # 119105 - $7.50 plus s/h/gst and you get (4) cases. I would order at least 2 sets ... 1 set for your markers and a few to store your framelits. SO! Without further adeau ... I give you ... my new and improved Marker Storage Cases:
My next storage idea was another one I stumbled across ... but I don't remember where! Pinterest maybe? I'm really not sure. Iwon't take credit for the idea ... although I'd love to ... it's a great idea! Here it is:
Sooo ... since we are talking storage I figured I'd re-post the picture of how I store most of my framelits ... with magnetic sheets stuck to the wall with our sticky strip:
So that's it for today. I'm now going to see if I can figure out again how to post those printables! Wish me luck ... and have a stampy day!