a great die storage idea from Jenn and asked you to share any storage ideas you may have. Our friend, Karin Brown, has some great ideas to share with you! First, let's look at how she stores her nesting and border dies...
She mounted 12x24 magnetic sheets to her wall! She can easily see exactly what she has to work with and it doesn't clutter up her workspace. Here's how she stores her 4x4 Revolution dies and her 4x8 alphabets...
Can you guess what it is? It's a CD storage binder!!! The pockets are the perfect size to hold the 4x4 Revolution dies! And you can see how she has her 4x8 alphas arranged. This binder holds 122 dies!! Yeah, I said 122!!! And the best part is she paid less than $20 for it! You could combine Jenn's idea for your cookie cutters AND Karin's idea using the CD binder and have one amazing storage setup! Thanks Karin for sharing your die storage innovations with us!
Veronica has been sketching away and since it's Friday and we're back to our regular schedule I've picked out one to share with you this week. Take a look...
Here's Veronica's take on her own sketch...
She used some Sassafras Lass Bungle Jungle papers and cardstock stickers. That great border is a download Veronica cut with her Silhouette.
Jenn started her layout off with the Quicktuz Confetti Border.
Then she added a Quickutz Scallop border and a stamp from Unity's Let's Get Scrappy set for her date. Jenn used the Quickutz Storybook alphabet for her title.
Tammy chose Scenic Route papers for her layout.
She also used the ampersand from the QK 4x8 Sticky Note alphabet and the QK Revolution Notebook Sheet for her journaling. You know what I love about that Notebook Sheet die? I love how it cuts the lines into the paper for you! It makes it sooooo easy to ensure your journaling is straight and it allows you to create any color notebook paper you desire!
I also used the Notebook Sheet for my journling.
And, like Veronica I used some Sassafras Lass Bungle Jungle papers along with a stamp from my Unity Our Life, Our Stories kit. I cut the "fun" using my Making Memories Slice and the font from the FaLaLa Design Card.
We're so glad you stopped by today! If you'd like to participate in this week's sketch challenge simply email your finished project to me at Katie@scrap-mart.com along with your supply list. We hope you have a great weekend and we'll see you back here Monday!