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Meet Terri

I had the good fortune to get meet Terri Weigand in person at a Scrapbook Show this year.  Terri has been an incredibly active member on our Facebook group, helping others, making suggestions and of course supporting our brand.  I was delighted to finally meet her in person and tell her about the soon-to-be-arriving Terri Buddy… Continue Reading

Another reason to love Edna.

My husband is regularly scouring the back of his truck to find something that can be used as a makeshift leash.  I’ve seen Petey leashed with a piece of picture hanging wire, a motorcycle tie-down strap, and even a couple of t-shirts tied together. Park takes Petey with him everywhere he goes, but somehow leaves his… Continue Reading

Use your good stuff!

If you’ve taken any of my classes or attended a lecture, you’ve probably heard me say USE YOUR GOOD STUFF!  As crafters we have a tendency to “hoard” our best supplies, waiting for the perfect project. Take a deep breath and repeat after me – “Every project is a perfect project!” Today I’m working on the itinerary… Continue Reading

5 Ways to use your Ditto – Double-sided Desktop Tool Organizer

You already know the Ditto Bag is a great tool for organizing your basic scrapbooking, papercrafting and stamping supplies…. But did you know… It’s also the perfect way to organize planner supplies?  If you’re a planner junkie like me, you’ll love having all of your planner supplies together and portable.  Especially if you carry them… Continue Reading

Die & Stamp Organization with Karen

One of the biggest challenges with designing organization products, is that in most situations there is no “one size fits all” solution.  I try to make products versatile, to work at home and on the go, and to work for “gottalittles” as well as “gottalots”. The EZ2Organize product line is one of our most versatile – and popular… Continue Reading

What else can you do with a Sue?

Try to “think outside the bag” when it comes to uses for the Sue Buddy Bag.  What messy stuff do you have in your home that you might want to contain? Consider gathering up all of shoe polishes, sponges, daubers, brushes and polishing cloths  – then load them into a Sue Buddy Bag. Because the bag… Continue Reading

Tip 3 from GOC #3 – Create Something.

Take a minute and create something. One way to reinforce that you are doing the right thing is to reap the benefits of your work. You’ve organized some paper. In a day or two you will have organized some embellishments. Sit down and create something using the supplies you’ve organized. Creating something will reinforce the… Continue Reading

Tip 30 – Arranging your space, less is more

Sometimes we get hung up on the “Bigger is Better” idea when it comes to craft rooms.  Certainly there are benefits to a large room, especially when you do a lot of different things, sewing and quilting need a different type of space than does paper crafting, woodworking requires a huge place where you can… Continue Reading

Tip 28 – Adding Ribbon to your organization system

This tip is targeted towards those of you (us) who are NOT ribbon junkies. Add your small amounts of ribbon right into your 4 section organization system. Put colored ribbon in the rainbow section, themed ribbon (like sports or birthday) in the themed section and holiday ribbon in the calendar year. One simple way to do… Continue Reading

Tip 26 – Create a color catalog

Markers, colored pencils, Inks, chalks, glitter, and even glitter glue will get used more often is you “know” the true colors of each item. Creating a color catalog is an easy way to know what you’ve got and where it is. I’m going to recommend that you use our “Peek-a-Hue” color charts to create your… Continue Reading