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Got my organization hat on...

Hi gang!  

Continuing on with our month long cross promo with Just For Fun Stamps. 

I know we all have a lot going on this time of year, so I am keeping my post short and sweet.  

I know most of us say this every December and January, at least I sure do... "I am going to get this stuff cleaned up!"  So, I have decided to REALLY get that craft room organized!  Stop your laughing!!!  

I am starting by putting my Just For Fun Stamps to work for me in getting this done.  I decided to utilize several identical bins for wrangling my most often used supplies.  I bought brightly colored turquoise bins at the Dollar Store.  They even have little built in handles, perfect for hanging a tag from.  So, that is where the JFF stamps come in.  I have two stamps that are just perfect for stringing with matching ribbon and using to labeling my bins.  I am using the Notebook Scrap and Old Medicine Bottle.  You can find the stamps here and here.


I chose cute and convenient matching papers from Glitz.  You can see all the choices here.  The great thing is there are two of every style in one 6x6 pack and they all coordinate lovely!    

Now, to make about 10 more and get them on those bins. 

Best Wishes for a safe and Happy New Year!!! 
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  1. I hope you'll share a photo of your crafting space one it's done. I need to get mine under control, too so thanks for the inspiration!

  2. I need someone to come to my office and nuke it!!!! xo

  3. Awesome idea! I'm starting the remodeling of my craft in January and need inspiration. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Right now my craft room is a storage room! The bins and tags are an excellent idea!!

  5. Great to get me motivated!


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