August 15, 2015

Reorganization

My "studio" is a very small spare bedroom and when I began paper-crafting almost eight years ago I had no idea that, eventually, my stash of products would over-run me. So, a week ago, I began to reorganize and declutter to make things more functional.

My biggest problem was my supplies were spread out everywhere. I needed to sort through it all and put my paper together in one spot, move on to tools and then finally ephemera/embellishments. What a chore this has been but I'm beginning to see real progress and expect to have things right again in a few more days.

One accomplishment has been to renovate my Distress Ink storage container to better fit my shelving. And since my original DIY post is so popular I thought you might like to see the changes I made. The original was taller with two vertical rows--the new one is shorter and has four rows.


I just cut the original in half, glued the two shorter sides together and put a new base on it. The material is easy to modify, you can make it whatever size you need and add on to it later, if need be.

I am really looking forward to creating again once my reorganization is complete and vow to use up the materials more efficiently so I'll never have to do this again! (Famous last words?)

3 comments:

  1. I always find things I forgot I had when I clean things out!

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  2. This is inspiring! You have a lot of willpower. Usually I find something that I had forgotten about and before you know it...I'm making a mess again. Enjoy your newly organized space. I'm certain that it will be wonderful!

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  3. I think that you should sell the kits. I would buy one instantly as I am rubbish at measuring. Please do this. thank you so much for the inspiration.

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