Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Organiser Box.

Hello, it's Carol here today and I am going to share something I made using a range of Sarah's products.

As some of you have seen, I am in the process of jazzing up the inside of my boring old brown leather Filofax and thought it would be great if I had a wee weekly organiser on my desk so I could easily see what was on that week.  I decided to have a browse of the files available from Sarah's Silhouette Store and see what I could come up with. This project has LOTS of different files, so I will link them all at the end, go and grab a cuppa and a biccie and get comfy lol.


I had a couple of spare plastic storage boxes from Ikea and decided that one of these would be perfect for what I had in mind. I used the Days Of The Week Tabbed Journaling Cards as my base, as these were a perfect size for the box, and added some extras as I went. I made some cute Number Paperclips so I could highlight days I needed to plan ahead for. I made some Love Heart Paperclips,  Star Paperclips and Moustache Paperclips. I have some glassline envelopes from previous kits from Sarah so popped all my spare paperclips in there.

We all have calls that we need to make and forget about, so I made a Mobile Phone card so I can pop it in to whichever day I need to make my calls.  I had lots of speech bubbles leftover from a LO I made from the Speech Bubble Background and glued them onto pieces of card to be used for anything from ideas to reminders.

I used a few different stamps sets to add some details to the cards, and of course some pretty Washi Tape. Here are a few pictures to illustrate my finished make.






Ingredients
Papers & Stamps from A Few Of My Favourite Things Kits
Adhesives from Stix2

Thanks for sticking with the post to the end, I hope you like the organiser box and it is something you would try. If you do, please comment below or send us a picture as we would love to see your makes.

Remember and pop by again soon and see what my talented teamies come up with.

Carol xx

13 comments:

  1. Brilliant project Carol, great way to use the papers so you still get to look at them everyday.

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    1. Thanks Claire, best bit it is I get to keep the papers ;-)

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    2. Hehe, I know I often think like that ....oops. Unless I like the person I am making for of course πŸ˜ƒ

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  2. So many lovely bits and pieces! x

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  3. So many lovely bits and pieces! x

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  4. Actually you've given me a great idea for storing my stamps on laminated cards in a box like that. Thanks for a great idea.

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    1. Good idea jaine ....you must share piccies aswell πŸ˜ƒ

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    2. Ooohhhh that sounds good Jaine! As Claire says, piccies please xx

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    3. Ooohhhh that sounds good Jaine! As Claire says, piccies please xx

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