Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Cardstock Storage

Finally found the elusive pics of the cabinet I bought at auction this past spring. It was listed as a 'scrapbook cabinet'. I picked it up for $5. The eight long, shallow drawers are perfect for storing the SU cardstock by color family. Spreading them out in a step-fashion, I can use 2 drawers per color family with plenty of room.

I covered the top with non-slip cabinet liner. I have the InkSpots in their respective boxes sitting in easy access. Behind each box is a basket to hold the refills in that color family. I like having everything easy to reach. If it's easy to get to, than it's easy to put back when I'm through - well, in theory. hehe

In a couple days I'll have pics of the ATCs I just finished for a Halloween swap.
Until then, Creative Blessings

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Polymer Cafe Magazine

Okay, I have yet to see a copy of the new Polymer Cafe Magazine but the president of my guild emailed today to say she read the article and loved it. Now if my copy would just get here!

So if you're into beading, polymer cafe or just wonder what the heck I'm talking about, the Dec. issue of Polymer Cafe is at your local Borders, B & N, Michaels or Hobby Lobby. PC is the only magazine dedicated solely to the polymer clay industry. I'll have another article coming out after the first of the year.

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I finally got the pics taken of the paper storage unit and will be posting it on Monday. I thought I'd better grab a pic while the desk in the background looked like a work space and not like a stamp and paper store exploded all over it. :-) I cleared the space and got to make some Halloween themed ATC's. I'll post pics of those just as soon as I know the gals in the swap have received theirs.

Creative Blessings