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Sunday, November 25, 2018

Organizing My Rubber Stamps & More -- a Crafty Weekends Review & Link Party

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So it has been a bit of a busy week. We have put up our Christmas tree. Had breakfast with my mother-in-law on Black Friday to celebrate Thanksgiving and attended a Celebration of Life for a very special friend. Today I am going to share the beginning of my organization of my rubber stamp supplies. I have struggled with a good way to organize them so they will be more usable. I turned to Thirty-One to organize them. Thirty-One came out with a Get Creative line this fall. I have slowly been collecting things from them for display but realized they would be wonderful to help me organize my craft supplies. This time I focused on my rubber stamp supplies, but they could work for so many different crafts. The first most amazing item is the Get Creative Crate. This however is a hostess exclusive, so the only way to get it is to host a $200 or more party. If you want to host an on-line party, send me an e-mail. 


The front flap opens and deattaches. It has two zippered pockets on it. There are various side pockets on each of the sides. I put my heat tool for embossing in one of the side pockets. I put our birthday stamps in one of the zippered pockets on the front. Then the inside is filled with various organizers.
I got the Get Creative Caddy personalized with a Christmas snow globe to remind us that it holds our holiday stamps. The caddy has two flaps that open up with pockets and more. These would be great to store the ink pads and cards being used for a project. I love that I can keep all the holiday stamps in this caddy and not have to dig through all the stamps to find them.

Sorry I didn't get very clear photos of my Get Creative Case. This case unfolds flat. I am using it for my ink pads and embossing powders. There are side pockets as well as pockets on the back. It velcros close on the sides and the top. And it fits into the crate!

Now I have several thank you stamps which I am storing in my Get Creative Rectangular Pouch. I have my Valentine's Day stamps in my Get Creative Cylinder Pouch. You can get one of each in a bundle as well. I love how they organize the smaller number of stamps I have.

I also got a Zipper Pouch personalized with the Halloween black cat to keep my Halloween and fall (and Thanksgiving) stamps. I also pulled out a Mini Zipper Pouch that I bought years ago and stored my religious stamps in it. 

I love that it all fits inside the Get Creative Crate. Now I just need to get something to keep my Easter/spring stamps and my every day stamps. I hope you will consider organizing some of your craft supplies with Thirty-One. I would appreciate the support!





It is time to see what you have been creating!  Thank you to everyone who shared with us at our last party. It was a fun party with lots of creativity shared!  Below are a few of the features from our last party, but be sure to go back and check out the many great crafts shared! Please remember for your child-oriented crafts, activities, lessons, etc. Sharing Saturday will be back next week!! I skipped one due to the holiday! be sure to stop by and share your kid-oriented activities!! And if you have cultural posts be sure to share them at Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop this month!  I can't wait to see what your latest creations are!!

Features


1) From Busy Being Jennifer: French Knot Stag Head Pillow

2) From Studio Paars: Sinterklaas

3) From Sparkle Living: Mini Poinsettia Hoop Wreath Ornament

4) From Anika's DIY Life: DIY Christmas Wall Decor

5) From In Our Pond: DIY Mini Christmas Decorations for Dolls and Elves

6) From Keitha's Chaos: Penguin Ornaments


Thank you to everyone who shared the last week!! I hope you will share again!! If you are featured here, please feel free to grab a featured button to display proudly on your blog. I would love the help spreading the word about Crafty Weekends!!