Below are some of my favorite PICKS that have really improved my crafty projects and/or helped me afford the products I need to further my cardmaking hobby!
My FAV Organizer Items on AZ
Most of us crafters have some kind of shelving unit in our craftrooms! These storage bins are not only beautiful to look at, they're extremely functional to hold all kinds of items! I love to use these for extra supplies, store foils, fabrics and those items that are necessary but not very attractive to look at!
3-Tier Utility Cart
This is the kind of organizer every crafter should have! I use mine to house my machines like my laminator, Mini Minc, Spellbinders Hot Glimmer system and Spellbinders Platinum 6 die cutting machine + I love to put my machine accessories as I don't have a lot of table space in my craftroom.
White Storage Plastic Baskets
When you're a maker, it is so easy to accumulate so many products in our craftrooms. I'm always looking for ways to better organize my dies, stamps, stencils and other tools. I bought this to help hold my ink pads as well. It comes with 6 baskets and they are deep enough to hold a lot of crafty goodies!
Balluci File Organizer
I love this unit! I have a lot of letter size cardstock and nothing to organize it. I was keeping the papers in folders, magazine holders and not at all organized. I found this on Amazon and bought it. It was easy to install and I LOVE it! Now all my papers are stored and organized in each slot. Highly recommend!
Designed for all the Spellbinder Platinum Die Cutting Machines including the Platinum 6.
Perfectly designed to work with all Gemini die cutting machines including the Gemini Jr.
The Minc and the Mini Minc machines are your high-end laminating foiling tool!
Other Crafty Favs
Shop Dollar Tree’s Arts & Crafts section! You’ll find so many cute crafty goodies!
I absolutely LOVE Spellbinders kits! And, what’s great about them is their sets are always creative, on point modern and they work with other items and kits too. You can beat their special price! Click here for more info!
Shop Gina K. Designs for exclusive products like her Wreath Builder, Blending Brushes, Inks, Stamps & Dies + much more!
Hobbies can be expensive and cardmaking supplies can definitely add up. Why I like to shop at Scrapbook.com so much is that they run daily sales on products and I’m saving $$ on every order. Plus, they run extra sales and promotions on select items and their fast shipping is a WIN-WIN in my book!
White Glass Craft Mats by Glassboard Studio
This white glass media mat was recommended from Mary Polanco Designs YT channel and so glad she posted these because though I love my black glass media mat from Tim Holtz, I so wanted a white one to see my color mediums better but also to match the colors of my craftroom. It’s made by Glassboard Studio and when I saw that not only do they have the plain white mats, they also had white glass media mats with these pretty flowers, my heart was so happy, I love flowers!
I purchased the 18×24 size and chose the magnetic feature so that I can ink blend without breaking out other mats and magnets. I also bought the little magnets which comes in various colors. The strength of this mat from is so strong, it doesn’t shift at all on my craft table. I have colored over it, used my trimmer, my little Sizzix Sidekick on it and nothing shifts while I’m crafting! It cleans up so easily too, even alcohol inking cleans up and it is just beautiful! So happy I got it and they offer a discount too. At the time of this posting, use code Mary20 for 20% off (the whole site) if you’re interested!
Now you can Organize all your Nuvo Drops in Scrapbook.com’s Colorcase
I love how this looks on my craft table, it’s functional and pretty to look at! And because the bottles are vertical, no more problems getting the color out and onto my card projects.
Ink Swatching is so helpful when you’re making cards or doing any kind of paper craft project.
I keep my swatches in a notebook for my ink pads as well as my markers. I’m not good at blending or knowing what variants go together so having a visual reference to look at is very helpful.
Scrapbook.com has a PDF downloadable as well as a few other companies to help you start your own swatch book. Click here for more information.