Scrapbooking Stash Dive – Pick 5 old products

Hey scrappy friends! Today I am sharing a quick and easy stash dive with you. The basic concept is this: dive into your stash, grab 5 products to use for a project, then create something! The “rules” are very loosey-goosey: one product can be a whole pack of embellishments, or a couple of papers from one collection., or just one teeny tiny little piece you’ve kept and just love. Also, you are in no way limited to the five items you’ve chosen; if you feel like adding a whole bunch more, go for it! But the goal is simply to make good use of those five products you’ve picked. …

Packing a small travel kit – What craft supplies would you pack?

Well, who doesn’t bring a kit of craft supplies when they travel somewhere? But putting together a crafty travel kit can easily get out of hand, speaking from years of personal over-packing experience. I can never help myself; sneaky rolls of washi tape, a plethora of great pens, a cheeky assortment of notebooks and project life cards, always find their way into my travel bag. Sometimes even a whole mini album kit. It’s not always the most practical thing, especially if you are off on a plane somewhere, and maybe some people will opt to leave room for other things, …

I love my crafty leftovers! Handmade embellishment clusters

It really is oh so easy to let your stash pile up, no matter if you are nuts for pens or fresh new notebooks, stationery or scrapbooking material. Suddenly you find yourself with little bits of leftovers and old supplies at the bottom of a basket, and by then it is time to do something about it! I went through my stash and piled up a rather jumbled collection of, well, STUFF of all sorts, and decided I wanted to make some handmade embellishment clusters. The idea with these is pretty simple: pick out items that seem to go together, build them up in …