Thank you for joining us today for the Pootler’s Spring/Summer Catalogue Blog Hop.
You will find lots of inspirational projects in todays hop so please continue hopping by clicking on the list at the bottom of this post.
Thank you for joining me today for Week 3 of the Pootler’s Design Team challenge. Today I have a quick and easy holder that I made to store my watercolour pencils, paintbrushes, scissors etc.
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Thank you for joining me for Week 2 of the Pootler’s Design Team Challenge. I’m having so much fun playing with the Crafting Forever stamp set, I have finished my 4 projects for the challenge and jotted down several more ideas in my notebook that I’m hoping to make in the next few months.
If you follow my blog you will know that I love colouring, I tend to spend a few days each week colouring stamped images.
I really enjoy colouring I find it so relaxing and it’s something I can do when I’m not well enough to go into my craftroom to craft.
I always keep a stack of images to hand that have been stamped onto watercolour paper and thick white cardstock.
When I’ve used my Spectrum alcohol markers for colouring it can be difficult to find a Stampin’ Up! colour that coordinates with the Spectrum colours I’ve used. A couple of years ago I saw a Connie Stewart video where she had punched circles of every colour of Stampin’ Up! cardstock and used them to come up with colour combinations. It was a great idea and I did this too but I also found another use for them that saved time, cut down on tidying up and gave me more time to craft.
Today I have a holder I made for my Embellishments and Metallic Thread. They were all stored in different drawers and I was fed up having to keep going backwards and forwards every time I needed to embellish something.
After watching a Dawn Griffith video where she cut the Acetate Card Boxes in half and put sweets inside I had to find out if the Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals, Rhinestones/Pearls, Doilies etc. would fit and they did.
When I showed my Embossing Paste Organiser last Sunday several people asked for a tutorial. If you missed last weeks post click here.
I didn’t think about a tutorial when I made this so I only scribbled down some of the measurements. It’s taken me a while to work out all of the measurements and I remade the tray, post-it-notes holder and mask holder because it’s better to see a photo than explain how to make it.
Thank you for joining me today for the 4th part of my Craftroom Organisation series. You may have noticed by now that I’m really enjoying making my own storage solutions.
After making the holder for my 6″ DSP and Memories & More cards I needed something that would store everything I need when using my embossing paste.