Do you save your cardstock scraps? I do!
I have an accordion file system that's easy and convenient for me. The open pockets provide me with quick access to all the colors. Since I stamp every day, storing them inside a file folder required me to keep the drawer open all day. And, sad to say, gracefulness was never one of my attributes. ((smirk)) If you've missed my storage tip video on my accordion scraps you can view it HERE.
Often times I'll grab a scrap of cardstock to stamp an image on and during the 'creative process', I decide that I want to punch it out. Although I love to fussy cut, punches are a great time saver and they guarantee a nice, finished look. But, those scraps prove frustrating when I insert them into the punch – because the cardstock is too small!
I used to re-stamp them on another piece of cardstock, throwing away my original, but then I remembered THIS!
If this is a problem of yours as well, today's quick crafting tip is going to solve that for you. A simple Post-It-Note will extend the reach of your cardstock allowing you to use even the smallest pieces you've saved.
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Click on the image below to view the discounted stamp set list.
Add that special touch of looked stitching to your projects in just minutes using these exclusive framelits.
There's a great video showing you how they work HERE.