Another crazy few months...but back to blogging. I wanted to share some Scrap n' Art projects.
The online magazine is a great resource for inspiration. You get free digital downloads and all the latest news and trends.
These are some older projects, I'll work on posting some newer ones later.
Now keep in mind this uses almond flour, stevia and Morello cherries. The "topping" is
jaggery instead of traditional brown sugar. The glycemic index is lower and its not as
processed as the other junk.
This I have made several times.
I don't use honey, I use stevia. (which I don't measure...sorry)
If you aren't scared of raw eggs (I eat them..I in no way am suggesting you do) ***disclaimer
then you can taste the batter for sweetness before cooking.
It will always vary slightly depending on your bananas.
LOVE my Grand Calibur and Spellbinder dies!!!
BUT they don't do you any good if you can't find them.
I have tried several options.
The first think I tried was a chipboard book I made with binder rings and
strips of magnetic tape.
This worked great when I only had a few dies.
NOW that would be a crazy huge book....so
I am using a "filing system"
Each die set is in a large paper envelope. On the envelope is the name of the die, the number and pic if I have it.
I have them in numerical order.
Why numerical order
#1. They do tend to be grouped by category that way (mostly)
#2. Ease of reference is I use them in a supply list for Scrap n' Art magazine
#3. Easy to find with my catalog reference book
So here are some closer pics of "filing system"
Here is the "Catalog Reference Book"
I have my embossing folders placed in here in a similar fashion.
They are in numerical order smaller ones in front of the large ones.
These are also in the binder.
For double sided embossing folders - in the catalog I have them side by side.
The white paper under plastic was hard to see, so for most I did a little inking just so the
pattern was more obvious..
These both fit on a standard bookshelf along with my Grand Calibur and plates
(pic to be added)
My stamps are being organized in a similar fashion right now....keep an eye out for that in the next week or so.