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I thought I had the perfect washi storage solution for you last week but I was shopping at the local goodwill this week and look what I stumbled across for just a few dollars? It’s called the Spice stack and it works perfectly for my washi! It has room in the back for lots more too!
There are three empty rows in each drawer behind the rows that you see full of tapes!!!!! (just waiting to be filled! lol It even came with blank labels! I’m not sure who makes it but you can see the name of it on the top so if you do a google search you may be able to find out. It fits nicel on my desk and now my washi is very easy to reach at all times!
Next I want to share three cards I made for my Granddad’s 90th birthday which is coming up in a few days. Two cards are from me and one is for my mom to give him. (She broke her shoulder and can’t make her own card).
I used a Penny Black stamp for this first card along with some papers from the Walnut Grove paper pad by Pebbles and colored the image with my copics.
I used Lawn Fawn’s Bake a Cake Stamp Set along with some papers by Pebbles (I can’t remember the name of the paper collection right now). I stamped each layer of the cake on a different patterned paper and cut it out. It was really easy and fun. LOVE Lawn Fawn stamps!
This last card deserves a special shout out to designer Ginny Nilson. She is a designer for Silhouette and she designed this card especially for my granddad. Thank you Ginny! If you ever need something designed for your silhouette (cut files) she’s awesome to work with!
Also, I accidentally purchased doubles of the following copic markers so if you want them, they are brand new and I’m selling them for $4.00 each. Just contact me if you are interested.
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