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Stufftainer Tags

I, probably like you, have a lot of stamps. I need them when I have so many awesome inks and sprays from Imagine! I use a few different ways to organize them depending on the brand, size, and how often I need to access them. I need to get to my Stampendous Cling Stamps frequently, so I keep them near my desk in Stampendous' Stufftainers, and they then sit in a magazing holder. But, it's kind of tough to see which stamp is in which Stufftainer without pulling several out. So I decided to make tags to label them, and of course I used lots of wonderful Imagine products to make them. 


Supplies:
Imagine:
Fireworks! Spray: Danube Blue, Desert Sand, New Sprout, Rose Bud, Bahama Blue
Kaleidacolor: Calypso, Creole Spice
VersaMagic: Pretty Petunia, Sahara Sand, Red Brick
irRESISTables: Silver Pico Embellisher
Memento Ink: Grape Jelly
Embossing Powder: Black, White

Other:
Stampendous: Stufftainers, Assorted Stamps from Andy Skinner, Nathalie Kalback, Laurel Burch, and Fran. All cling stamps
Sizzix: Tim Holtz Tag Die
Recollections: Watercolor Paper
Faber Castell: PITT Pens
Molotow: Extra Fine White Pen
Bakers' Twine


I used a Tim Holtz for sizzix tag die cut to make each tag. I used a variety of techniques, inks, and colors for each one. One thing that was important for me in making these tags was that I used some of the stamps that were inside that particular Stufftainer. That of course makes it easier to know what's in it. I also labeled each tag, either on the front or the back, with which sets were inside.

To celebrate the bigger and totally improved bottles of Fireworks! Spray, I used them on every tag. You've heard about this right? The bottles are now 2oz, the sprayer is improved, and there is an agitator ball inside the bottle to help you mix the fluid and mica better. I love these improvements!


I tied on some Baker's Twine to attach them to the Stufftainers, and look at how fun they look in the magazine holder. It's going to be so much easier to find the sets I need now. And the vibrant inks and sprays from Imagine made it all possible.

I'm off to finish making my tags! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Skill Level: Easy
Time to Complete: between 30-45 minutes for 5.

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