Jennifer with Violets
I bought a pot of tulips today! They will have to stay on the dining table for a few weeks but they are a symbol that spring is coming. Up here in the cold northern states, we really look forward to the spring. The term 'spring thaw' is very real-- and very welcome-- when you have been looking at several feet of snow for the last 6 months.
"There is a good reason they call these ceremonies 'commencement exercises.' Graduation is not the end; it's the beginning." ~Orrin Hatch
Setting the rear shelf support slightly lower than the front, ribbon rounds stay snug, secure, visible ... and organized.
Want more? Don't miss her rubber stamp storage solution created from acrylic frames and a literature sorter.
We're loving this idea from Lisa at Scrappy Catz - before cleaning up from a scrapping session, use leftovers to create a card or two!
What a great way to organize and create in one fell swoop! Keep the clutter down, and get a head start on card giving!
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Professional organizers will tell you that when it comes to paper, vertical storage beats horizontal every time. For everyday filing needs, hanging file folders make it easy to find and retrieve papers and records. No shifting and sorting stacks of paper; just flip, drag and drop!
Fast-forward to the scrap room! Scrap-sized hanging file folders are super storage solutions for 12-inch by 12-inch patterned paper, cardstock and scrap-of-the-month club kits.
Commercial products are available for scrap use, but they're expensive and hard to find--and some "made just for scrappers" products are a proprietary size that's hard to use with ordinary office furniture.
Solution: make your own.
Aimed at scrapbookers (but pretty enough for gift-giving), blogger The Fine Art Of Rambling shares instructions for a luxe Christmas planner.
Yes, it's crafted from a base of paper bags, but oh, that scrapbooking bling! Check out the illustrated how-tos and bring a little eye-candy joy to getting organized for Christmas: