Hi! I'm trying to organize ALL of my paper, what a task that is turning out to be. I'm so overwhelmed with it all and am not entirely sure how to organize it - by paper packet, by color, by retired/not retired??? Any suggestions? What works best for you? Right now, mine is all in those little paper holders SU sells and it's a jumbled mess, even with the dividers, lol!
edited: I guess I should have said it is my designer paper that is a disaster, lol! My card stock is organized in hanging files - the scraps are in a file folder and the whole sheets are behind it, all inside a hanging file. My designer paper is in the paper holders and all over the place - so I'm all ears in hearing what you have done to organize your designer paper :) I've heard that it is easier to organize your designer paper by color, not DSP packs and I'm wondering if this is the direction I need to go in? When I need a piece of Old Olive patterned paper, it would be easier to go to my Green bin instead of sorting through all the paper packs, right? Sigh... I don't know what to do... Like I said, I'm all ears.
So I took a little break from the chaos and whipped up a really super simple card. This card took me about 5 minutes, seriously! It's taking way more time to photograph it and post it than it did to make it and clean up - that never happens to me.
I started off by running my card stock through the Cuttlebug with the biggest square Nestabilities and then used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to postition the tree and sentiment. I stamped the tree in Close To Cocoa and then colored the leaves in Old Olive. D-O-N-E!
Have a fabulous day! I'll be back tonight with the winner of this week's sketch challenge - you still have 10 hours to finish yours, *wink*.
stamps: thoughts & prayers
ink: close to cocoa, old olive
paper: kraft card stock
accessories: square nestabilities