Saturday, 25 August 2018

Storage for Embellishment Packs

I've added to my home made storage for my most used craft stash goodies and thought I'd share with you the process of making both a small and larger sized easy access holder to keep embellishment sheets and dimensional sheets nice and tidy but still accessible on the desk top or work surface. The video tutorial is accessible by clicking HERE.

These cute storage solutions are so easy to make and match with other items I've shared in the past including the holder for the little plastic circular containers and my tombow and bone folder station.  You'll also spot a very simple little open topped box in this video which I use to pop die cuts in which I'm going to use on upcoming projects. I won't go into how that was made as it's so simple it's hardly necessary.

I do have larger versions of these boxes which hold my non SU stamp sets, embossing folders and die sets which currently have no other home.  I also have the concertina card storage I've previously shared. I have three of those boxes, one just for Christmas cards that I'm currently making, one for anything other than Christmas cards that I'm making and one for cards I receive so that after I've finished displaying them I can store them for reference. I do intent to make a mural of these in my office but as I'm planning a house move that may have to wait as I try to downsize and destash and contain myself a little.

Have fun making these, they're not rocket science and I'm sure others have made things like this before, this is just my take in my way. If that's the same as somebody else has done them then that's only to be expected, there are only so many ways to make a cut off box.

Have a great weekend and thank you as always for dropping in.

Andrea x

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