Sunday, May 15, 2011


Where have I been for the last 12 days? I have been trying to get back into the swing of regular life. Ranger U left me completely on overload. I also really missed the people that I had spent all that time with learning, having light bulb moments, and laughing with. I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I made life-long friends who I will see again. I look forward to that day.
I also came home to getting ready for National Scrapbook day at the store, Bre's Dance recital, deadlines, and a plethora of other things. It's not that I haven't wanted to blog, just haven't found the time. I have really been wanting to share a few things too.

First, I wish I could share what I have been up to with Teresa Collins Designs, but it's still under wraps. So be watching for the TC newsletter, her blog as well as the DT blog. Some pretty fun stuff is soon to come!
Second, I have been trying to reorganize my scraproom a bit. Had to make room for all the new Ranger goodies. That is still a work in progress, but I will share pictures as soon as I can. I do however want to share with you the way I organize my Distress Inks. It is really working for me and oh so easy to get at. This is just the first of sharing the organizing process so I hope you enjoy.

Did you know that you can print out color charts for all kinds of Ranger products? Just go to their website and click on tips and techniques and then print labels. It's that easy. I keep an inventory of what I have that way. As you see I have a lot of Distress Distress Ink! The bin is one I found at Target. It was $4.99 and fits all the Distress Inks as well as the ink blending tools and foamies. I store all my used foamies in a ziplock that stays in this bin. It makes it nice and easy to find it all in one spot! I also use the color chart to match the inks to the project I am working on. It really works well when trying to match a specific color! I will be posting some more Distress Ink goodness in a bit!

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