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Organizing just about anything is a "hot topic" these days, from Marie Kondo to The Home Edit (both available on Netflix) and I'm a huge fan of both for different reasons. But fair warning, after bing watching you just might have the urge to organize everything in sight in pretty rainbows or decorative boxes. Now doesn't that spark joy!
photo credit // The Home Edit
I've been paper crafting for 15+ years now, and often find myself editing supplies, and searching for new storage solutions that work for me within the spaces I have. I often see this question posted in online craft communities, so I thought I would share how I'm currently organizing stamps & kits I've collected specifically from Ali Edwards.
Because I love all the pretty things, I want to share photos of a Vintage Crafted Wedding I helped decorate in May 2011. This post showcases the use stamps in combination with various papers, tags & trims to add a vintage vibe to an outdoor wedding. This was definitely one of the most favorite projects that I've ever collaborated on.
The bride requested that every table centerpiece be unique. After scouting (or stalking) many thrift stores we were able to put together a collection of old books, jars & china to use on the tables. The books were wrapped with brown craft paper & inked for a worn weathered look and old sewing pattern tissue took the place of ribbon.
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