Crafty Haul w/Barb (5/31/2016

You can find my latest craft haul from my sister, Target, Meijer, Dollar Tree and Amzaon on YouTube

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GET ORGANIZED CHALLENGE WEEK 4: STAMPS, PUNCHES, EMBOSSING FOLDERS AND DIE-CUTTING SYSTEMS

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Week # 4: Stamps, Punches, Embossing Folders and Die-Cutting Systems will air live on Tuesday, May 31 at 4:00pm Pacific Time on Livestream  (This is a link to Tiffany’s page on livestream, the direct link to the class hasn’t been created yet, I will try to edit when it is)

The homework for week 4 is:

1. Catalog 20 items a day for the next 7 days for a total of 140 items.

2. Sort 4″ of paper

3. Sort another container of embellishments

4. PROGRESS REPORT: Post on the 2011 Get Organized Challenge Facebook Group page

5. Celebrate with Reward #4

My Pinterest Board for week 4.

GO-10 Challenges that will assist this week:

 

Punches (Lesson 6)

Unmounted Stamps (Lesson 5)

Wood Mounted Stamps (Lesson 9)

Dies (Lesson 7)

There is also a video on Templates & Stencils that you might find useful.

 

Below you will find my storage methods for:

Punches:  a 3 drawer Recollections cube

Cricut Cartridges:  on a bookcase

Punch Boards:  On a Kvissle Letter tray from Ikea in My Kallax Cube (also from Ikea)

Stamps:  Wood mounted are in the Rainbow cart from Sam’s Club.  I only put them in a single layer.  If you put too much weight in the drawers of these cart they do not perform well.  The blue bin on top holds my unmounted stamps.

Dies:  The thin ones are in a Totally-Tiffany Stash & Store Die Platform Case that fits inside my Kallax unit

Embossing Folders & Thick Dies:  are in a Raskog cart from Ikea

 

 

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GET ORGANIZED CHALLENGE WEEK 3: EMBELLISHMENTS

Week #3 Embellishment Overload will air live on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 4:00pm Pacific Time on Livestream

The homework for week#3 is:

1. Sort and store 1 container of Embellishments for 4 of the next 7 days. Tip: Make your containers a reasonable size. I recommend shoebox size. Don’t overwhelm yourself!!!

2. Set a Purge Goal. Possible goals: anything over a certain age goes, a set amount for each year you have been crafty, or as simple as If I don’t love it, I purge it.

3. Sort another 4-6″ of paper

4. PROGRESS REPORT: Post in the main 2011 GET ORGANIZED CHALLENGE FACEBOOK GROUP

5. Celebrate with Reward #3