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How to organize Quick Quotes inks at home or for travel with Totally-Tiffany Do you love QQ PP inks?  I love mine.  They’re so easy to use and they always seem to have just the right color.  If you’re looking for the perfect way to organize and store your Quick Quotes PowderPuff inks you’ve come to the right place. Do you always, only, craft at home? If so, you’ll love using a Desk Maid Pen & Ink Palace for your inks.  The Pen & Ink Palace comes in two widths – 9″ and 15″. The 9″ Pen & Ink Palace will hold 25 Quick Quotes inks, the 15″ will hold 40.  Both sizes have the same pull out trays and there’s a lip on the back of each tray so your ink pads don’t fall off the back.  Learn more about the 15″ Pen & Ink Palace.  Learn more about the 9″ Pen & Ink Palace. Do you sometimes travel…

Congratulations to Kathryn Lemming this week’s lucky winner. Yabadabadoo! It is Wednesday and we are super excited to be partnering up with the wonderful people over at Best Craft Organizer to give one lucky winner a Stamp’n Die Storage System!  One lucky person is going to be taking home this fabulous prize package. I don’t know about you but dies and coordinating stamps are the trickiest supply for me to store in an efficient, easy access manor. Best Craft Organizer has the solution with their Stamp’n Die Storage  System. The Stamp’n Die storage systems can hold your metal dies, acrylic and unmounted rubber stamps in a most convenient and compact container. These containers can also be mounted onto any wall allowing for easy access and storage. With just six containers you can store over 100 stamps and dies. To enter to win 1. Follow Best Craft Organizer on Facebook – CLICK…

Ask yourself…What kind of crafter are you?Do you only craft away from home? – Maybe you’re Mary Mobilmaker. Do you always craft at home? – You’re Cathy Craftroom. Do you store everything hidden away from your workspace and bring things out when you’re ready to work? Could you be Karen Kraftabout? Do you have a craft room, but also attend crops and classes – You might be Sophia Cropalot. Learn more about the type of crafter you are and the types of tools that might work best for you. Choose the right organization tools 4×6 and 5×7 Fab Files Fab Files are ideal for crafters who need to store their products away from their workspace.  The small label on the side of the box is perfect for creating a “library” of embossing folders (and other products, too). Fab Files are small and lightweight. Carry them to your workspace and easily flip through them…

Hello everyone, Tiffany Spaulding here from Totally-Tiffany. If you’ve been avoiding attending crafting events because the thought of packing up and unpacking is overwhelming, this blog post is for you. Having the right tools for organizing your supplies “on the go” will be a key to your success at a crafting event. These 5 tools will simplify packing for the event, crafting at the event, and unpacking when you get home. 1. Craft Crate with Apron How does it simplify the process of packing up?  Unlike many of the crop totes that are on the market, the Craft Crate isn’t loaded with dozens of pockets, zippers, compartments, and flaps.  There’s a few pockets and flaps, but not dozens. The apron around the Craft Crate was designed to hold all your basic tools so they are visible and accessible. You don’t have to remember where you put things because you can see everything.…

WINNER – Congratulations to Donna Rudy – this weeks lucky winner. Today is WEDNESDAY – and that means we have another FABULOUS giveaway!!!! This week we have partnered up with The Kit xChange. This is an awesome company with some nifty storage ideas for all kinds of embellishments, jewelry, beads, ribbon – you name it! Their products are super cute and trendy! You are going to LOVE IT! Someone is going to win this prize package!!!! WHY NOT YOU!!!!!!  The Kit xChange organization system, designed by accessories designer Alicia Klein, is the perfect way to keep your small tools and embellishments organized! At home, hang everything conveniently on the wall or in your closet using our Panels. See at a glance the item that you need! Headed out to crop? Grab just the Ziptop Baggies of items that you need and pop them in our stylish Envelope to take along, organized…

Do you want to know something? It may sound crazy…this will be the LAST Where You Create share before the kids go back to school! Where the heck did summer go? Hoping yours has been as awesome as mine, though I have worked lots, my family managed time for holidays and fun. We must, summers can be short in Alberta, Canada. That being said, I refer to “summer” as the school holidays…we still have lots of time for wonderful weather, be sure to get out and enjoy it! …BUT! While we continue to have lovely day light…get your camera out and snap a few shots of your creative spaces and fill up my email with your WYC submissions! This week we are heading south to Hanover, Pennsylvania, USA! My name is Anita Fordyce and I live in Hanover, PA, which is near Gettysburg.  I have been scrapbooking for about 20…

Well here we are! The last Where You Create in June! I hope once everyone gets into summer mode…a few more of you will snap some photos and share a bit about your creative spaces! Today we’ll be checking out Kathy Fast’s creative space…I know you’ll LOVE it! Hi there!  I would really like to share my new space with you and other creative people! I was struggling with my crafting space for several years.  My husband had built me a wonderful “studio” desk but I outgrew it once my crafting migrated from personal scrapbooking to creating hand-painted signs.  I found myself taking over the dining room table & kitchen island! My husband graciously agreed that I needed a proper space of my own (or maybe he just got tired of my stuff taking over every room of the house!).  I now have an absolutely beautiful 12’ x 12’ cabin just for my…

How can it already be the last Friday of May? I feel the months are just flying by this year! Maybe a sign of getting older or a sign of too much on my plate…maybe just a tad of each! Today’s creative space kind of plays into this concept of time flying by! Last year I asked Lisa to share some photos of her creative space with me. I had the pleasure of meeting Lisa at a retreat a few years back and was in awe of her supply haul and could only imagine how and where she stored it at home! Lisa kindly agreed to send some pictures at the exact time my computer crashed and I opted to join team Mac! Changing from a PC to Mac came with a learning curve and lost photos from Lisa as I learned a new workflow! A year flew by! I…