Here is one of Melissa's favorite Color Combinations!
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Monday, March 10, 2014
This is the area behind my craft table that I use for most of my storage. I try very hard to keep this area clean and organized because my craft table is usually a total disaster and I need to have at least one spot clutter free.
I use this storage shelf to house most of my washi tape, wood veneers, and small embellishments. I also like to keep a few motivating words up on the wall next to this shelf as well.
I use a three-tiered wire basket to hold even more of my washi stash. It's easy to move around if I need more space and holds quite a bit of tape.
I keep my OHDEERME kits in their original containers because they're so easy to stack and store. After I've used up most of a kit's contents I transfer what's left over to another location.
I store smaller embellishments that come in larger quantities in spice jars like these. I like that I can see the contents of what's inside and that helps me save time when I'm gathering supplies for my projects.
I keep my larger washi tape rolls on the top dowel rod and smaller ones on the bottom. I like how handy it is to have them in clear view and I can just rip off an amount I need quickly and easily.
I hope you enjoyed this little peak of my space! Have a great day!
xo - Adrienne
Saturday, March 8, 2014
How to create your Project Life Cards Faster with only Clear Stamps and Embellishments
This is the time to use your clear stamps, colorful ink, and any other embellishments you have on hand to create some project life cards. You can create some of the cards in less than 30 minutes and you will be amazed with the final result.
I’m a big fans of clear stamps, I love to buy them but only use it once or twice. In this photo you can see some clear stamps by Ohdeerme, Pink Paislee, Technique Tuesday and Kaiser Kraft. I used some project life cards – Midnight collection and some washi tape and embellishments that you will find in the Ohdeerme kit.
Step no 1 for Card no 1
Step no 2 for Card no 2
I used grey chalkboard ink and stamped the month randomly into the pl card and decorated it using enamels dots.
Step no 3 for card no 3
I used the wood veneer frame as a border and I chose the coffee stamp as a main symbol of that day. After I stamped it on the white card stock, I cut it and popped it up onto my pl card.
Step no 4 for card no 4
Choose the perfect clear word stamp that you like to represent your week and just stamp it using grey ink. After that, decorate the corner and make your own banner with washi tape.
I Hope this tutorial can inspire you to do your project life without overthinking so you can catch up on your previous week and can maximize the scrap stash that you have.
See you in another post love, Evelyn Pratiwi Yusuf