How do you store your mats and layers for card making? Me I have them all chopped up and ready to go, and I keep them in a drawer! When I get a new pack of card stock, I chop some into card bases. I then take a few sheets and chop them up into my standard card layer sizes.
Mats and Layers for Card Making
Base layer 14.4 x 10 cm
Top layer 13.9 x 9.5 cm
Then I do that with each colour I order. Soon I have a stack of all my new card stock ready and waiting to be used.
I also do the same with a whole pack of Whisper White and Very Vanilla card stock! That way, I’m always ready!
When I’m designing, I pull out my papers and choose my mats and layers. So easy, then all I have to do is add my stamping and top twiddly bits! Here is a card sporting a Melon Mambo base layer with Whisper White top! Easy!
I hope you’re enjoying my top tips and tricks for staying organised in your craft room, ensuring that most of your time is spent card making! Not tidying up! Grab the products to make the card above here from my Online Store.
Crafty hugs, Pip x
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