Sunday, February 01, 2015

Put a Ring-On-It Organizing Embellishments

My huge goal this year is to work more on my Project Life Memory Keeping projects and get those pictures into albums.  I had to find a solution to organize all of my embellishments from the many enamel dots to all the designer embellishments, alphabets you name it.  My embellishments were sorted by type in drawers, containers, jars but I tend to forget what I have especially if I can't see them, I can't visualize them totally out of sight, out of mind.  So what I did I put a Ring-On-It!

Binding rings are a great addition to your stash of supplies. 7 Gypsies brought them out to hold together their book board books but you could use them for many other things. Since they open and close easily, hang samples together, or tags, even keys.  Pick a size and a color and bind all your dreams together.  Here are my little dreams of goodies.
Put a ring-on-it! Combined all my little stamps of Heidi Swapp, Ali Edwards for Project Life. 
Put a ring-on-it!  Collection of one little words

This is what the packaging looks like using the 7Gypsies Binding Rings 
at any local craft supply store.
Antique Brass 10 pc- Measures approximately 1.5" in diameter.  

  • Perfect for binding all of your custom creations.
  • Antique brass
  • 10 per pack
  • Easy open & closePut a ring-on-it!  Stuffed a bag with little designer clips, cloths pins, Number clips

  • Put a ring-on-it! More stamps!
    Put a ring-on-it!  Variety of enamel dots
    Put a ring-on-it!  Die cut frames, patterned envelopes, Kraft and vellum envelopes embellishments
    For me it helps to remember the manufacturer by saving the 
    packaging... just put a ring-on-it!
    Selection of single alphabets ... put a ring-on-it!
    Your all set for the next crop and your embellishments will fit perfect in a 12" x 12" inch plastic scrapbook container or they can be placed nicely Easy-to-See in your Raskog cart.
    Jazz up an old clip board with organizing flair buttons!
    NOW on for a Blog Hop! I was asked by my SU upline  Brenda KeenanKeenan Kreations -  to participate in a blog hop and to answer these questions:

    What are you working on?
    At the moment I’m working on a few things. It’s kind of hard when you have to work full time and work gets in the way but I look for the time.  Working on years of photos that need to placed into albums.  Project Life® is an ultra-simple, stylish solution for getting your photos off your phone and computer, out of boxes, and into albums - See more at:
    How does your work differ from others in your genre?

    I try hard to create pretty cards.  I try hard to create nice scrapbook layouts that I’d want others to like, hopefully, others will want to try it out for themselves. You can do it!
    Why do you create what you do?

    Don’t just create for others.  I create for me.  It makes my heart smile. 
    How does your creativity process work?

    Don’t say you don’t have enough time. We’re all busy, but we all get 24 hours a day. People often ask me, “How do you find the time?” And I answer, “I look for it.” You might have to miss an episode of your favorite TV show, you might have to miss an hour of sleep, but you can find the time if you look for it.

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    Do something creative every day!

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