I borrowed my MIL's P-Touch yesterday and boy howdy I am hooked.
I warned my husband everything not moving will have a label.
He joked even the pile of laundry at the foot of the bed.
Sometimes men don't know what is OK to say and what is not.
These are the first labels I made. . .
Inside the 12x12 Iris Containers (I purchased these at Michaels and Joanns) are all of my stickers. Well, my non-CTMH Stickers anyway. See the pink just slightly showing above? I used to keep my stickers stored in pretty pink baskets on top of this cabinet. As you can expect, I never used said stickers. This shelf was really a hodge podge of stuff that I never used either. SO. . .I broke up my stickers into different categories. I pretty much had this done already. If you click on the image, you should be able to read the labels easily. I LOVE this size of label. Easy for me to read!
Embossing Powder, Re-inkers, and Paint. Plus other inks, older CTMH inks, non-ctmh embossing powder, stickles, other distressing stuff. . . I used these 12x12 Sterilite draws from Walmart. I was bummed at first, because my re-inkers and other things didn't fit inside standing up. Well duh. . . they certainly fit laying down!! Works just great!!!!
CTMH embellishments. I have them organized by color (thanks Tresa Black for that tip!) So all of my Red buttons, brads, small ribbons, etc are in one drawer. I REALLY love this!! I also have ribbon in three of the drawers. Two are CTMH only and one is some new ribbon and ric-rac that I picked up recently.
I picked up this container at an Orschelns of all places!!! I keep all of my plain CTMH Chipboard in these bins. Love it!! If I wasn't a CTMH Consultant, I would keep all of my chipboard in these bins. All colors shapes etc. . . but I like to keep my CTMH and other stuff separate. . .
I really can't believe it is Friday already.
Once again, it has been a super busy week.
Any crafting time I have had has been spent on my Workshop Projects. . . which will be happening this Sunday at 3pm or making lots of labels!