Today’s project is a little different but one I’ve been thinking about for a while. For me organisation is a big factor in stress-free crafting. I love the new Storage by Stampin’ Up! range but I found one thing was missing, shelves for my flat adhesives. So I decided to make my own and today I’ll show you how to make them as well.
To make the explanation easier I’ve created a short video tutorial for you.
In the video I create a shelf that is 1″ high, but using the diagram below you’ll be able to make your shelf any height you like. Simply use the measurements provided and add in the height of the shelf where you see a red arrow. This will give you your card size and scoring measurement.
Once you’ve made your shelves simply slide them in the Open Storage Cube.
Here’s a better view of the shelves in situ in my storage arrangement. I’ve used three 1″ shelves and one 3/4″ shelf to fill the cube.
Of course the boxes the storage pieces come in are useful too and you can see one idea in my blog post Crafting with re-purpose. The post also includes a video explanation of my Storage by Stampin’ Up! carousel arrangement.
Well that’s it from me for now. Tomorrow I’ll be taking part in the monthly A Paper Pumpkin Thing blog hop so my post will be a little later than usual. Do join me and the rest of the team for lots of ideas using the July Paper Pumpkin kit, On My Mind. This kit coordinates with the Come Sail Away, Garden Lane and Woven Threads suites in the Stampin’ Up! catalogue so even if you didn’t get the kit, there’ll be lots of inspiration for you. I hope you’ll join me then.
For now though, let me leave you with a link to my online store and the Storage by Stampin’ Up! range.