Today's topic is Storing Your DSP. I know everyone has their own way of storing their Cardstock, but this is the way that works best for me & hopefully will help you in sorting your DSP & storage issues, if you have any.
People store their DSP & Cardstock in a lot of different ways. I think it is best to do it the way you are most comfortable with & what suits you
As my space is limited, my A4 Cardstock is stored lying flat & in SU Colour Family. I have a couple of drawers that are made for A4 Cardstock & about 3 colours of each from the one family are stored in each drawer. On the front I have a small colour sample of each with the name written each colour. I know exactly what colour/s each drawer has & because this has been my system for years, I don’t even read the front any longer, just open.
|12" x 12" Cardstock Drawers - LHS|
All current DSP sits on top of the boxes that hold my retired DSP.
|Retired DSP in their boxes with currect DSP sitting on top...|
Storing DSP & Cardstock as above works for me and is taken me years to refine it. Believe me when I say I have just about tried everything, as has most of us. If there is a specific idea that I have seen & works for me, I will give credit where credit is due.
I hope this helps you a little on trying to sort out the way you store your papers & cardstock.
Okey Dokey, on with today's sketch & layout!
Once I created the first page, I thought it only proper that I do another page with a photo of his family.
As I stated above, the photos are so very bright that I left them blank intentionally & just embellished with a little bit of Ribbon & DSP.....