Wednesday, 22 August 2012

WOYWW- 22 August

Happy Wednesday, everyone.  It's that time of the week when we go visiting around the Blogiverse, inspired by Julia.  I'm on week two of my leave (back to work next week- boo) so I've more time for crafting and blogging than usual and I'm having such fun, I can't tell you.
Anyhoo, on my desk (annexe) today, is what is going to be a Nestibilities organiser, an idea borrowed from Kathryn (the Scrapbeach).  I noticed hers while watching her Ustream show about die-cutting (that's at Kathryn Scraps if you want to check it out!) and thought it was just so nifty.  So I've used some chipboard (came as packaging) cut to 9 inches by 6 inches, covered with some paper that I'm probably never going to use for scrapbooking now I've gone digital, and punched with my Cinch.  The magnetic sheet cuts very easily and the E6000 does a very good job of the sticking. 

Once I've done all of the pages, I have to dive back into the haunted wing of my stash and find the binder wires and the Job Will Be Done, apart from embellishing the cover.

OK, I'm off to see what everyone else is up to.  Thanks for stopping by - please call again, I'd love to have you visit!

13 comments:

Buttons said...

Good idea Keren. Would love to see what you do with the cover. Recognise those papers - there are some lurking in my stash box too!! Gotta take inspiration from you and start using them. Hugs, Buttons #81

Bridget Larsen said...

That is an awesome storage, I just keep them in their cardboard packs with magnets
Bridget #7

Trish Latimer said...

Cool idea!! Hope the rest of your leave is nice and craft filled! Trish #90

Minxy said...

You can never have enough crafty storage and to make your own give's that lovely personal touch, hope it's finished soon and used lots lol
Hugz Minxy #78

Redanne said...

Much better to store them like that where you can get ready access to them, I do mine in a similar way but on a full sheet of magnetic stuff, don't know why I didn't do it years ago! Loving your organised crafty space. Happy WOYWw, Anne x #32

Queenie Jeannie said...

Nice!! I might do the same thing, only with DVD holders. My collection is just a bit out of control, although I will deny saying that if you say anything to my husband, lol!!!

Jeannie #62

karen said...

That will be a great storage system! So far I have put all my MFT dies in a small binder but still have no real home for my Nestabilities....may have to "borrow" this idea!
Happy WOYWW!
xoxo Karen #150

BJ said...

Great nestie organiser and I even recognise the papers - LOL BJ#6

Tertia said...

That is a very good idea.
Happy belated WOYWW!
Tertia #52

SueH said...

Sorry to be so late visiting this week Keren

I love seeing how different people store their dies and it looks like you’re having fun organizing yours.

Happy Crafting!
Sue
x
#56

Julia Dunnit said...

I use a similar but less sophisticated storage system, and I find it works incredibly well of rme,so I hope you'll find the same!

Roudi said...

Pretty organized desk this week! Not my type! lol Joking. I love that paper you used. ♥
Happy belated WOYWW!
Roudi #126

okienurse said...

great idea I am looking forward to seeing it done. I am having issues storing all my nestabilities and could us some motivation! Sorry I am so late getting around but it is what it is with family, crafts, etc. time can sometimes become a premium! Have a great week and thanks for sharing. Vickie #68