Delicious Way To Organize Your Scrapbooking…Desktop File : Inspiration

Delicious Way To Organize Your Scrapbooking…Desktop File : Inspiration

Prowling the web this morning and I came across this delicious way to organize your scrapbooking.
Remember that old chestnut the ‘Rolodex’….(I have a couple of them in the garage slated for a thrift store dump). Now I can rescue them. Watch this video to see how.

Desktop File : Inspiration – A Delicious Way to Organize Your Scrapbooking

Here’s some of the details from Nichole Heady:

It’s time to get organized and to get crafty all at the same time!!  You’re going to love this new organizational system we’re introducing to you today…..finally, an easy and stylish way to catalog all of that design inspiration that we always seem to be collecting!

A set that developed as a collaboration between Dawn McVey & myself.  Designed to provide you with everything you need to create an easy to manage system for filing bits & pieces of inspiration. From color combinations to sketches, techniques and so much more.  You will be able to add to the system you establish for years to come with the basic tools that are provided within this set.  Coordinates with all three of our Desktop File dies.

The Details:

  • Desktop File: Inspiration will be available for purchase on June 15th.
  • It will retail for $24.
  • Desktop File: Inspiration contains a total of 36 images.  The color combo block measures 3-3/8″ x 1-3/8″.  The graph paper & notebook line blocks measure 3-3/8″ x 1-3/8″ each.  The technique block measures 1-3/8″ x 2-1/2″.  The design notes block measures 1-3/8″ x 2-1/4″.  The square sketch starter measures 1″, rectangle sketch starter 3/4″ x 1″, and the circle sketch starter 1″ diameter.  “Inspiration” measures 1″ x 1/8″.  “Journal Prompts” measures 1-1/2″ x1/8″.
  • Three coordinating dies will be available for sale separately, retailing for $7 each.  These are single dies.  Each die measures 4″ x 2-1/2″.

EDITED TO ADD FAQ: I don’t understand why it is necessary to have a left die and a right die. Can’t you just cut one left or one right and flip it over?

There are actually a couple reasons why there is a left and a right die. First is, some of customers really like the “good”, nice rounded edge side of a die-cut to be face up at all times, so this gives them the option to be able to do that if they choose. Also, if people want to die-cut a *specific* area of a magazine clipping, it is much easier to get placement on the front of the picture, rather than the back.

 The reason why all three dies are sold separately is so you can choose what you would need/how you would like to use them. So, if you want to flip your die-cuts rather than buying both left and right, you totally can! Or, for the people that would prefer to have both, they have that option too. Hope that helps!

Now that I’ve made all of the formal introductions, let’s get started with introducing you to this fabulous new organization system!  To kick things off, we have a short video that showcases just a few of the basic attributes Desktop File: Inspiration has!

There’s a contest at the bottom of her blog post. See it here.

My head is absolutely swimming with possibilities. My only concern is that it’s ‘yet another thing’ that I have to take the time to do! On the flip side, if I do manage to carve out some time, I will have so much of my scrapbooking organization literally at my fingertips. This is being released tomorrow so

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