9 tags in 1.5 hours

another playroom shot of how I can do it, when I have a small amount of time to just stamp, I stamp, and sometimes i die cut and or spread out what i made and add stickles to it and walk away... then later when everything is dry i dump them into containers Like this muffin tin ( an old one i bought at a yard sale for .50 cents just because i liked the color of it) and this makes it easy to see at a glance what is "ready to go" and move it out of the way I sometimes make piles along the edge of the table but, the being able to move the piece's especially small pieces is better. Room looks like a wreck at the moment. spent hours after these tags adding price tags to packaged cards for next weekends booth. and finally admitted i DO have a cold. Achoo! 'scuze me... aren't you glad you are getting this peek virtually rather then in person ;) SU sentiment, Basic Grey pp, Felt flower Making Memories, pearl brad i forgot already. 4" square. old olive sheer ribbon, goochie script embossing folder, basic grey printed paper 4" square. Peddlers Pack snowflake background, Night of Navy sheer, pop dots, spellbinders dies, stickles. SU tag, basic grey pp, bazzill cs, 3" sq. Penny Black "Basket Case" from the i colored it in the past images tin die cut with an spellbinders die. Crafters Concepts embossing folder, Impression Obsession Sentiment heat embossed with old olive powder. ( a long time ago ) Gina K designs lovely labels 2 (green stamped layer) SU sentiment (cream top layer) unknown gingham. A Muse elves stamped on Martha Stewart doily's basic grey printed paper, offray sheer. 3" square.

1 comment:

Heather Grow said...

Gorgeous projects. I love your muffin tin organizational system.