Here's what I came up with...
There are five items that work together to make up my Project Life Cropping Kit:
1. For Project Life cards...
Close to my Heart Medium Organizer (the middle one on the picture)
I had seen a number of bloggers post pictures of the CTMH organizer and I thought I'd give it a try. It truly is awesome! It's like it was made for project life cards! Here's how mine looks...
I have become Project Life kit hoarder, and I have SO MANY cards that it was a bit overwhelming going through them all to find just the right one to to fill a particular pocket. So I went through all of my cards, took a couple of each design and put them in this bin. (The rest went in a second bin that will stay at home).
I also included a few other things in this box. Here's a bird's eye view:
Here's what's in each section:
Top left: Tiny stapler and staples, detail scissors. glue, and dry adhesive.
Top middle: Black stazon inkpad, date stamp, two sizes of acrylic blocks for stamping, and 4 tiny neon inkpads.
Top right: 4 x 6 cards, one alphabet stamp set, some day of the week stickers, one Studio Calico stamp set, and a couple of sticker pages that came with my SC kit.
Bottom far left: Studio Calico kit cards and embellies (two months worth)
Bottom near left: 3x4 background cards
Bottom near right: 3x4 filler cards, and 6 tags with washi tape wound around them. (I was able to bring over 20 styles with me this way!)
Bottom right: 3x4 journaling cards
1. Embellies and Doodads:
Instead of bringing all of my embellies, I can just grab a handful of each color of the rainbow, and throw them in this box. It makes for an easy (and non overwhelming) way to add tidbits to the pockets.
3. Number/Date Buttons and Badges
4. Alpha and other stickers:
Artbin Marker Satchel
I took the inserts out of this and it's the perfect size for alpha and other stickers and labels...
and last but not least:
5. Pens and markers:
BlueQ Marker Case
This little case is just big enough to hold a few different favorite pens and markers.
Here's the kit all together and ready for a crop!
I hope this is helpful info. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments.
Thank you so much for visiting me today! I appreciate each one of you!