Jan 26, 2015

Organize Tips: My Counter and Big Shot Dies

Today I decided to share with you my craft area (at this time!)
I moved from having a kitchen counter to a full room, to have only a closet -which I shared with my baby boy- and now the laundry (AKA My craft space).

Here is my stamps and ink spot in a good day (seems I was not stamping that day!)
is cleeean!

My long counter space were you see I keep my calendar, tools (including the Big Shot)
, and a few pictures.

Here I am sharing how I keep my Big Shot items so far.
My framelits are on the bottom green basket (dollar store)
Magnetic Platform and acrylics -on the side- and Big Dies on the second.
Is truly easy to reach and place back in place.

This is how I organize my framelits alphabetically. 
I also keep wax paper behind the last one for those intricate framelits.

Here how I keep my regular size Big Shot Dies on the bottom. I highlight their names for easy reach with Sharpies. The second up has all my embossing folders on that cute dollar store blue basket. 


How do you keep your Big Shot and Big Shot dies?
Share below….everyone has their own style. This has been working for me for a while.
Next Monday I will show you some of my drawers, punches and embellishments. Ok!?
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Separate the Date and come make Valentines with me.
Friday February 6th I will be hosting two classes on how to make these super cute Valentines.
Stay tune for more details this week….4:30PM and 6:30PM.

Check out what a wonderful kit we will be making at our Paper Pumpkin class! Yay! 
Again separate the date February 6th!





Creative Blessings!

Jessica Urrutia

2 comments:

  1. What a FABULOUS work space Jessica; goodness! Absolutely fabulous with so much counter space and the ability to have shelves for things. Bravo, and great job!

    For my Framelits, I "just bought" from Stamp n Storage the Magnetic Cards and LOVE, LOVE them!!! I keep them in a box and have put the plastic cases away, elsewhere.

    Also, I do keep retired products separated from what's current, it makes "working for the customers," easier for me.

    What a super fun "share" with us today Jessica! Thank you so much! I love your space and continue wishing you many happy smiles while creating your Beauties!! Thanks for the inspiration, too! XO

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    1. Hi Donna!! So happy you shared some of your ideas. I doo keep my retired stuff separate and Im looking for creative ideas to use them. So far plan to do some quilted cards w retired dsp and/or kits to give away. U r awesome! Cant wait to SEE a photo of your framelits system. Mine is simple but works so well for me. :))) tx Ü!

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Jessica

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