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Organize it


By : Alda Stevens


It seems we are constantly organizing our scrapbook supplies, trying to find the best/better storage solutions for our can not live without supplies. This month its all about our ribbon, lace and trim. Organizing, is coming up with a solution and maintaining the system that works best for you.


Being creative, we already see everyday things in a different light, and are able to take something from everyday use and transform it to our needs. Kristine McKay shares A simple yard sale find and a little creative imagination we have gone from this to that:


Simply remove the middle shelf, prime


and paint to your desired color. Decou- page several sheets of scrapbook paper to the back, panel. Three small curtain spring-rods and after placing the de- sired spools of ribbon on each rod, they have been twisted them into place in- side of the shelf.


Don’t have furniture space? Color co-ordinate your ribbon


and store them In mason jars or up cycle any other jars. Another wonderful idea is to color code them and store in a storage cart drawer.


or plastic containers that can be kept in a Feeling a little more creative?


Wire dress forms as pictured below are a wonderful, whimsical way of showcasing your


ribbon and


trim . Easy to see and easy access.


November 2011


enchanting creations


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