Now I have moved into my new craft room, I am trying to be a good girl and organise all my crafty stash. So I thought I'd share with you some of the ways I am trying to get more organised
Well, I have decided to start is my own index book, using an A4 display book (which of course I have to decorate. Will post when I do) and today was the turn of my Distress Inks, Promarkers and Flexmarkers, to be all organised.
With Distress inks, the first thing I did was download the label sheet from here: http://www.rangerink.com/pdf/label_sheets/DistressInkLabels.pdf and labelled all the inks I have got (I know I haven't got a huge amount at the moment, but as I am planning to get them all, I thought I might as well start as I mean to go on :) )
The next job was to download and print the blank colour chart from here: http://www.rangerink.com/pdf/grid-distress-LETTER.pdf. I then laminated mine.
I punched out some scallop circles from white card
Then using each colour of distress ink, I individually sponged ink on to the scallop circle
I also flicked around the edge too, so the graduation could be shown too
Then it was stuck (I used double sided tape) to the corresponding square on the chart
I repeated this with all the colours.
I also us the same chart to store my sponged too. By adhereing a bit of the hooked part of Velcro to each square
Now it was the turn for my Promarkers to be sorted. You may all have seen an earlier post, where I shown you my home-made Promarker storage. If not, you can visit it HERE
Luckily, there are also blank chars availible for both Promarkers and Flexmarkers, and you can download them, using the following links:
Promarker blank colour chart: http://www.letraset.com/PDF/ProMarkerColChart148Blank.pdf
Flexmarker blank colour chart: http://www.letraset.com/pdf/FlexMarkerBlankColourChart92.pdf
Now my next challenge is to label the pockets in my storage roll, so I remember where each pen goes :)
I hope you find these useful