First of all, I would like to thank everyone
for playing and taking your time to leave
comments on my blog. I enjoyed reading
the comments on Business, Organization
and Product Tips. Believe me, they are all
GREAT and I will try to make use of them
in my everyday existence.
So, If you have not read them yet,
please take the time to do so.
I am really big in trying to constantly organize my Craft Room and managing my time. The amount of time I spent looking for stuff is not only frustrating for me but it also take away my free time stamping, lol !!!
Now, my turn to share some tips with you.
Just recently, I did a Punch Sampler for
my own personal use. It is such a valuable tool
when I used it for my class projects and a time
saving tool as well. I decide to share this with
my class and they really like the idea of being
able to pick a stamp image in the catty and
see if it fits in a circle,
I don't know about you but I have a hard
time keeping track of the DSP names
(Designer Series Paper).I got this idea
when I used the Tag punch to put my
In-Colors and used them for a swap at
convention. I decided to adapt the
idea by putting the DSP names and patterns.
I will be able to used it with my workshops
and my customers will be able to see the patterns.
When you punch the DSP, use the corner that has
the Stampin'UP word. I know the writing is
small enough but it still shows on your cards.
My biggest thing is my SCRAPS. I already made
a file folder for my bigger scraps. I just started
getting rid of my small scraps by using my
PUNCHES. I put them in containers. I figured
I can always give them away for freebies or I can use them in my workshop.
Lately, I have been using them for my Big Shot Die Cuts.