Category Archives: How to organize

My new planning favorite – Washi Flakes

Planner Favorite Washi Flakes - Love these!


I stumbled across this new line of stickers when I was in JoAnn last week.  I fell in love with them almost instantly and decided I had to share them with all of you – my crafty cohorts.

Why do I love them? 

The are beautiful, cute, and trendy! AND, they are also very flat on your planner page.

Planner favorite washi flakes in my planner, Totally-Tiffany

They have the same sort of translucence as most washi tape, so the lines, colors and patterns in your planner will show through them most of the time – like the orange square on the bottom of the planner page above.

I bought these 4 packs…

Planner Favorite Washi Flakes - Love these! Planner Favorite Washi Flakes - Love these! Planner Favorite Washi Flakes - Love these! Planner Favorite Washi Flakes - Love these! in package.

but then I found out they were on sale this weekend, I had to go back and get more.  I now have almost the full collection.

So, while I did start out shopping with intention – I was looking for birthday, travel and daily decorative stickers.

The second round was just pure planner madness.

Now I’ve got to add them all to my planner supply stash.

They also have some large Washi Flake stickers – what dog lover could pass these up?

If you go looking for these at JoAnn, I think they are only available at the larger stores – they are avialable on line.  Don’t blame me if you blow your crafting budget. 🙂

Happy Planning, Crafting & Creating,

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Tuesday Live – Die Organization

We’re so sorry for the technical difficulties with Facebook Live and YouTube Live today.  Here’s the video from Vimeo/Livestream.  It’s much clearer. We started a little early, so the first few minutes, I’m just talking about using the Rotating Design Board and Magnetic Design Tool Set with Kiwi Lane and Stencils – so if you… Continue Reading

3 Reasons it’s better to catalog by number

There are many ways to create a catalog for your dies – you can create a catalog based on brand, designer, theme, sentiment, size, holiday…but without a numbering system for locating your dies, finding them may not be any easier.  To learn how to create a catalog for your dies using Tiffany’s system, read her… Continue Reading

12 Ways to use the Die, Stamp & Supply Organizer

Round up your supplies and get ready to organize! The Die, Stamp & Supply Organizer is a multifunction organizer that is a “must have” in your craft room. You’ll love the versatility and function of this crafty organizer. Great on you desk, in the cupboard or on an open shelf, it fits in our Companion… Continue Reading

What is a Themes & Sentiments List and how do I use it?

The short answer: a Themes & Sentiments list is exactly what it sounds like; a list of themes and sentiments that relate to the things you craft about. The list becomes a handy tool when sorting, organizing, and storing your crafting supplies. Lists will be unique to each individual crafter. Tips for creating your Themes… Continue Reading

How to create a family timeline notebook for photo sorting.

Creating a family timeline will simplify the process of sorting, labeling and storing your family photos. You can use a family timeline when organizing both digital and printed photos. My goal this year is to get all of the photos in my storage closet organized and labeled. These photos go back to before my boys… Continue Reading

4 Digital photo organization tips

The system for organizing digital photos is very similar to organizing printed photos. Sort chronologically, include tags and notes, use and improve your family timeline. The most important thing you can do when it comes to digital photos is to remain consistent! Searching for photos on your computer can be really simple if you’re consistent… Continue Reading

Stephanie Barnard mini inks and blending pads.

Full disclosure, as many of you already know, Stephanie B and I are besties!!! With that being said, I also honestly LOVE her juicy ink pads.  Last week I got an email from a Tiffanista named Robin asking about storing her mini ink pads and blending pads.  Robin asked about a new buddy bag, I… Continue Reading

8.5×11 Tabbed Divider Pockets – 2 ways

Do you love the supplies offered by manufacturers in the UK and other countries outside the USA, but have difficulty storing them because their standard paper is slightly different than USA standard paper? I’m happy to report that 2 of our newest product additions work great for 8.5 x 11 and A4.  We’ve made a… Continue Reading

Scrapbook project planning question from Kim K.

Scrapbook project planning can be a great solution for keeping yourself productive and organized, or it can lead to feeling guilty and overwhelmed. Last week I received the following email from Kim K., a participant in the current GOC.  I’m certain that Kim is not alone in her scrapbook project planning challenge, so she agreed… Continue Reading