Creating New In Color Spots - Labeling & Storage +I Share What I Have Learned

Publish Date: 
5/1/2021
Making New Ink Spots | Tracy Marie Lewis | www.stuffnthingz.com

It has been almost 5 years since we sold our home and moved into our fifth wheel to travel full-time.

Our first trailer was just under 35 feet. We replaced it with a 32.5 foot trailer in 2018. Talk about having to manage our space.

Keeping my crafting supplies contained and hidden when not in use has been a challenge for sure.

I talk about how I now store my ink spots (1" square ink cubes) as well as go over my strategy for a happy space that is my do everything space. 


Do you have to keep your craft supplies hidden? How big is your crafting space? 


If you do not have a demonstrator or are looking for a change, I would love to have the honor. I am an active YouTuber and blogger, here are some other Stampin' Up! web activities I have for you to check out:

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Thanks for stopping by, please feel free to leave comments or questions, I am here to help!

~Tracy

Comments

Thoroughly enjoyed this episode and blog post! I’ve been doing this about a year (since COVID began) and only have a small closet space to store things. I told my demonstrator that I think I like organizing as much as the actual card making. Will definitely get your label maker and will look for the ink spot cases. Thank you, Tracy.

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