Happy Valentine's Day!!!
I'm here to announce the winner of DeNami Design's "Large Chickie" image (see my Chickie Couture feature for the original post)!!! I used Random.org to generate a random number, and the LUCKY gal is:
Congratulations!!!!! Please send me your snail mail info (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I'll have your stamp sent to you ASAP!!!
THANK YOU for all of your supportive and encouraging comments about the new Chickie Couture feature!!! I'm so happy to hear that you're excited about it and that you all enjoyed the first one so much!!! The second one is in the works, and it's gonna be CA-UTE!!! Just sayin'...
I also wanted to share a little storage idea with you today. I've made it my mission to do a better job of using my scraps of cardstock. As such, I needed to come up with a better way of organizing those scraps (my DeNami Design scraps in particular).
When you buy cardstock from DeNami Design it comes in a plastic sleeve. I recently reorganized my craft shelf and took all of my cardstock out of these sleeves, so I had a pile of sleeves just sitting in a basket waiting to be used for something.
The flap of the sleeve has a sticky strip, so I cut the flap off. Then, I was left with more of a pocket sleeve----easy to slip things in and out of.
I placed one full-size sheet of each color of DeNami cardstock that I own into its own sleeve. (Note: Having one full sheet in there adds stability/support.) Then, I sorted my DeNami cardstock scraps by color and placed them in the respective sleeves. I arranged the sleeves in rainbow (ROYGBIV) order in a basket for easy access.
I completed this project several weeks ago, and I have to say...it's working!!! I'm using my scraps MUCH MORE than I had in the past! And I LOVE that this solution was easy and didn't cost a single penny!
What do you think???
Thanks for stopping by!