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Ok, I know. I know. I'm really late posting this, but I wanted to share with you a You Tube video tutorial I did for Some Odd Girl back in May! Paper Piecing with Digi Stamps! Didn't think it was possible? Yes it is!
And here's the card!
See? It's more simple than you think! I used a bunch of scraps in my supply and leftovers from the Freckled Fawn Some Odd girl hop so it was really easy peasy to create this card!
Please take a look and let me know what you think!
I've got a super simple organizational tip over at the Skipping Stones Design blog - Hope you check it out and find out how you can win this awesome piece of blog candy I'm giving away!
Do you have a great stamp organization tip? Leave me a comment here!!! One random commenter will win a Skipping Stones Design stamp set (Cupcake Cutie) sponsored by yours truly! The Virgo in me loves organization tips, so if you have one, share it! :) (comments open until Saturday, July 7, 2012, 11:59pm PST. Winner will be drawn using Random.org and will be posted on Sunday, July 8 and the winner will be given 24 hours to respond. I'm hoping to get the prize out in the mail on Tuesday, July 10! Thanks!)
I have something awesome to share with you today! I finally got my new Copic marker storage! Yippee!
First let me show you what I had been using:
I started using Copic markers about a year ago and my collection was small. At first I started off with just a tin basket and stored them there. It was easy for me to go from room to room and craft where ever I wanted to.
Eventually my collection grew and I started using a Tool TurnAbout from Pampered Chef. This worked for a while until my kids discovered that they loved pulling out a marker and putting it in a different slot all the time! So my markers were never arranged by color family. And eventually, I outgrew this system too as you can see by the box next to it - I stored more markers in there.