Tuesday, May 13, 2014

A Few Tuesday Tips

This month is flying by, almost half over! I hope everyone is doing fantastically :o)

Shylaa Shree is organizing an, "Indian Quilling Challenge Group". Sign up is open until May 25th. Details are HERE.

I like to use my template board to organize small pieces when I am quilling smaller pieces and miniatures. When I need to clear the area, or if I am finished for the time being, I can pick up the board and quickly move it elsewhere without disturbing the pieces. Other methods could be used:  shallow boxes, trays, food container lids, etc.

I think a package of page protectors is a wise investment for any crafter. I live in west Texas and our skies are more often brown from dust than blue. I use cheap plastic page protectors for EVERYTHING in my craft room. 

Plus they are transparent and are perfect for when I want to stack several layers in a box, just cut to size. Whether you have dust problems or not, they are perfect for easy storing and stacking.

Have a GREAT day. Thanks for stopping by!
-Molly xo


Artes de Nágela said...

This is a great tip. I live in the city of Salvador in Brazil and my papers suffer from high humidity. Thank you!
A great week for you!

Ann said...

excellent tips. I never would have thought about the page protectors. That would certainly make it easy to take your projects on the go too

Nati said...

Molly, thank you for sharing!!!
Nati :)

Pily Nuñez said...

Very good idea! Thanks to share this!