If you want to see it, it is also a part of the Where Bloggers Create Blog Party.
But I did want to share this easy to make paper storage rack.
You've probably seen these online here and there made by others but mine has a unique twist that makes it a multi-purpose organizer.
No doubt you have seen these wire storage racks before and may have bought them thinking there were about perfect, but the truth is they don't hold much and are very prone to breaking. The little plastic corner connectors are the problem. Once those break you are left with a bunch of useless flat wire mesh squares.
Instead of throwing them out or instead of using those worthless plastic connectors in the first place, reconfigure those wire panels into a completely different creature.
For my scrapbook paper organizer I used 11 wire panels.
2 for the back, 2 for the left side, 2 for the right, 1 on top, 1 in the center and 1 on the bottom. Then another 2 as shelves for the bottom cube. Go to any hardware store and purchase heavy duty zip ties. Use the zip ties to construct your own shelves in any way you want them. They don't have to be stacked on top of each other you can make the same thing with a side by side version for a more horizontal space.
My top cube was left open so that I could hang clear stamps and rub-ons in it.
Instead of buying those pricey hooks that go on those metal ring organizers (yeah you know the ones)
I went to Wal-Mart and bought some I.D. badge clips. They snap easily onto the wire in the panels and you can clip up lots of packages in one clip.
See them hanging up top? Now I can see what all I have and can use it up instead of it being lost to the piles.
You can even clip things to the outside of your wire organizer. Oh yeah, I love Tattered Angels!
This is my Paper Crafts Magazine Stamping Royalty crown I won from 2007, proudly displayed on my vintage mohair hat.
This is my scrappy tote that I take to crops, it holds pages in progress as well as a few other things I want to keep track of.
Anyway hope some of this info is helpful, hope you have a great week!
We have a bumper crop of strawberries this year, I have a big turquoise colander that we put them in. I love the contrast of the red strawberries against the turquoise and I was playing around taking pictures of them. I wanted to see if my little point and shoot digital camera would take a picture through one of the holes in the colander and it worked, really neat!
I'm going to be making a scrapbook page with these pictures as soon as I get the right paper.
Try taking a picture from an unexpected angle or through something you normally wouldn't think of.
For Christmas I made my mom a pink flamingo Mardi Gras mask. She lives down in Biloxi MS and goes to Mardi Gras every year. She also loves pink flamingos. This week she posted pics on facebook from Christmas morning.