Well hello there.
It's been a while, wink.
Just been really busy.
I'm really trying hard to find time to blog better, but alas, so far I have not been doing well with that.
Hoping that will change.
I wanted to share my "On the go papercrafting Bag"
I found this fun clear bag at Walgreens.
It was only $10.
Like that I can see what I need to pull out.
Love the fact that even with all the "tools" I have in it, I still have room for so much more!
As you can see there is a lot of treasure in the bag.
I always have my TC Mega Runner, that is my must have adhesive!
As well as my sticker maker for die cuts.
I usually pre-cut things from my Silhouette and then run them through. Easy peasy.
I love my TC stapler and my Tiny attacher from Tim Holtz (my daughter borrowed before photos were taken. Have to have both!!! Why you ask? Well, I like being able to use
regular size staples and tiny ones. So both are a must for me!!!
Love my Fiskars scissors. I have the pink limited edition ones from a few years back.
Great for bigger areas of cutting.
I also have my Pink Scissor B's from EK. Love those for tiny and fussy cutting.
My 3D foam for popping...have to have that.
and a few other things.
What do you have in your GO bag?
I also wanted to share this quick and easy project.
I found the frame in the dollar spot at Michaels.
It fits a 3 1/2 x 3 1/2. Nice size but small enough to use as table decor.
I ran a piece of ivory cardstock through my Teresa Collins eBosser to get the nice dimension behind the butterfly. I also cut the butterfly die using my eBosser...love the way that machine does it all!!!
Added a Sticker from Teresa Collins Daily Stories and well, there you have it.
A quick and easy project. Great for a teacher gift, hostess gift, place setting or just to brighten your own space!
Hope you have a great week! See you soon!