Hi Friends! Thanks for stopping by. It's a rainy Monday in TN and a good day to stay in my craft room. Since it is Monday there are new colors for the iCopic.com color challenge#19. With March beginning and St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, shades of green are perfect for your projects.
Today's project is one I created to help me stay organized. Using a mini composition book I purchased at a $1 store, I created a system for keeping up with my stamps from iCopic.com.
Miss Anya Collection. She is one of three in the collection. I colored her with Copic markers and added pearl earrings to dress her up. We all like bling! The pages are divided with tabs and labeled by stamp company names. On the pages I stamped images of the stamps I own from iCopic.com along with the stamp's title. This organization tool will be helpful when I am deciding which stamp to use or buy. Don't we love to buy craft supplies?!
These little composition books would make great gifts....address books, list keepers, or shopping aids. How many of us have purchased an ink, a punch, or a stamp we already had? I know I am guilty. The little books can be purchased 3 for $1 at the Dollar Tree. I have seen them also at Hobby Lobby and Dollar General. Covering them is not difficult. Be sure to use a wet adhesive (glue stick, liquid glue) when adhereing paper to paper if the item is going to be handled.
YG11, 13, 17
Paper from my stash
Bazzill paper trim
Stampin' Up! punch
Panasonic label maker
Seam binding dyed with Glimmer Mist
Uhu glue stick
Letter stickers from stash
I am entering this project in the "Anything but a Card" challenge HERE at The Cheerful Stamp Pad and the Flashback Friday Challenge HERE.
Well, I'm off to stamp and color. Be sure to check out the iCopic color challenge HERE. We would love to see what you create, and you might win a prize! Have a great day! LindaC