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I've been looking for an easier way to store my clear stamps and dies and I think I finally found it thanks to great tutorial by Jennifer McGuire She came up with this idea to use a clear refrigerator bin as a file box and everything fits it it perfectly. I got this one at Bed Bath and Beyond for about $20. She also suggested using clear storage envelopes from Avery Elle to unify and store them neatly in the container. Those I purchased on Amazon. I am so happy with this system!

Clear stamp and die storage

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Scrap paper storage Great idea! Use old Cereal Boxes and paint the correct color. Store construction paper scraps too!

I Love My Three Sons: My Art Room

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Nichol Magouirk's Stamp storage system using Fridge Binz, Mesh bins from the Container Store, and clear stamp pockets (Avery Elle, Office Depot Clear DVD/CD Binder pages, and Memorex Clear CD/DVD Keepers)

1) Squeeze a few drops of ink on a baby wipe; the moistened material absorbs the colors and creates a unique ink pad. 2) Stamp your image. 3) For another approach, gently swipe the wipe over your card stock to create a multicolored background

Disney

disney finished premade one12x12 scrapbook page by urbansavanna by urbansavanna on Etsy www.etsy.com/...

disney finished premade one12x12 scrapbook page by urbansavanna

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cute boy scrapbook ideas | 12 x 12 Premade Scrapbook Layout Boy or Girl -- Disney Vacation ...

Disneyland Scrapbook Page

REPIN: This is absolutely adorable!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Stampin' in the Country: Owl Punch/MDS

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Warm Winter Wishes

How to download and install fonts on your computer { lilluna.com } #fonts

How to Download and Install Fonts

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Layout

2-Page Layout Kits - itsscrapbooktime

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Wedges..... and they could be laid out differently for another pattern across the page

Scrapbooking with Tracey at Paperzone

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summer scrapbook idea | summer scrapbook page titles | Look around!

Árvore de assinaturas para casamento

Árvore de assinaturas ou digitais | Barse Casamentos | Elo7

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This would be a neat title page. 2012 Memories - Scrapbook.com

Layout: 2012 Memories

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Punch a circle, and then place only part of the circle back into the punch to create leaf and petal shapes.

#papercraft #scrapbook #layout My Creative Scrapbook February Main kit created by Guest Designer Stacy Cohen.

My Creative Scrapbook Kit Club with exclusive sketch and add-ons!

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flying kites layout by Stacy Cohen... love love love the rainbow of butterflies!... (and I think that's washi tape)

Stacy Cohen: Scrapbook & Cards Today

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Paper Christmas tree made with snowflake punch and different shades of green paper. - from Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers - Desiree's Tree by scootsv -

square punch to make chevron shape - bjl

ACOT Message Board • View topic - iso a chevron punch

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How to make English cabbage roses. So incredibly easy! Punch flowers from tissue paper, press a brad through the tissue paper & cardstock, fluff up with fingers. That's it! (Mar'13)

By Angie Leach. Sponge 3 or 4 colors of dye ink on either the embossing or debossing side of an embossing folder. Spritz with water until ink beads up. Lay watercolor paper on inked folder. Burnish with fingers. Lift paper straight up off folder. Let dry. Rinse folder with water to remove ink.

The Anna Griffin layout and card below are great examples of how to use large bold patterned paper in your paper crafts. I used the same sheet of poinsettia paper from the 100 Sheets of Christmas Paper HSN kit. The poinsettia images were very large and I thought they would look great cut out and clustered with some other elements on a scrapbook page.

it happened like this...: crafty christmas countdown: day 14

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I love snowmen, this is a great idea for a front page for a Christmas scrapbook. Whoever came up with this one keep up the good ideas! ty