Colour Your World – Happy Crafting

Clear Stamps Storage

Yesterday I was browsing at a stamp site to buy new stamps
Wording mainly, but I couldn’t remember for the life of my
what wording I already had, so pulled out my shameful
stamp collection which was all mixed up and no system
at all just stuck in a storage box.
So I stamped all the images onto white cardstock
(makes it much more sturdy than paper) then I laminated the
cardstock with the stamped images which then gave me a perfect 
storage system, punched holes in the sides and stuck them into a ring binder
now I can flip through my stamps and at a glance see what I need, 
also means if I misplace any I will know at a glance what needs replaced.
 
will try and get some photos up of them to give you a better idea of my system now x
 
happy crafting everyone
 
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Here is some cards I have put together in the last week
red and pink bird feb2013
 
I found a paper with this stunning bird on it and worked the card around
the bird, The water coloured background is Tim Holtz Distress inks
Peacock Feathers, Shabby Shutters, Fired Brick, Mowed Lawn.
I then added loads of spritzed water and a spray of cosmic Glimmer spray in Angel mist 
and edged it with fired brick. The edge around the bird is stickles Icicles just to give it a wee lift.
 
 
Eugene Valentine 2013
 
 
Commission Card for my brother 🙂 beautiful 8×8 card with lots of elegance 
 
katie1-11feb2013
 
 
Another Commission beautiful butterfly with lots of coloured glitters to catch your eye
 
katie2-11feb2013
 
 
Again a commission Birthday Card such a fantastic design and so easy to make
 
kelly great papa BD feb 2013
 
 
A GreatPapa card for a gentleman who enjoy his time on the waterside.
 
kelly marks 18th feb 2013
 
 
A very mature 18th card very masculine but stylish.
 
monochrome dad feb 2013
 
 
Monochrome matted and layered card again simple but very effective
 
butterfly get well feb 2013
 
 
Get Well Card Using various papers 
 
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Finally a feminine Valentine Card the red around the bear is Distress ink Barn door
and the ribbon was actually white organza that I dyed using the distress ink barn door again
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