Small items become part of a larger whole.

Yesterday we talked about how glue dots can become a focal point for grouping sequins.

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Well, today the finished card appears from these groupings.

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If you don’t know what to create simply group small things and make it happen.

Here are the directions:

  1. Grab a white thick piece of cardstock.
  2. Cut in half (at 4 1/4″) and score (at 5 1/2″).
  3. Stamp a sentiment using Blueberry Bushel ink.
  4. Make groupings of sequins using glue dots.
  5. Adhere to card.

Enjoy and mail!

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂

Glue dots as a holder.

Sometimes I have little pieces laying all over my crafting area and I lose them.  If I have enough time to clean I will often find them.  Sometimes I end up buying more and find them all later.  So what if there was a way to stay organized?

The other night I was creating with some little itty bitty googly eyes.  They ended up at the bottom of the pile and I kept having to dig them out.  Instead I used my mini glue dot roll as a holder.  I placed a bunch of the eyeballs on to the glue dots and just did not peel them off.  I waited to peel until I was ready for them.  But now instead of looking for a little eyeball I was looking for the glue dot roll.  This was so much easier to find.

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Don’t forget that your tools can be more than what they are used for.  Not only do I have glue here, but I also have an organizer tool.

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂