Category Archives: Ideas

6 Ways to use the 1.5″ Punch Pack

As you probably guessed from the name of this product, it was designed to help you sort, organize and store your craft punches.

The 1.5" tray is perfect for medium sized punches.  The clear vinyl makes it easy to see exactly what you've got. Being able to go vertical gives you ease of access and saves space.

Beyond punch storage there are many other ways to use the 1.5" Punch Pack. 

Converting from "pawing" through to "looking" through your washi tape collection is fast and easy.  There's even a short video in my last post about how to create simple dividers for your 1.5" Punch Pack - watch/read it now.  The 1.5" Punch Pack can hold up to 125 rolls of washi tape (depends on width of tapes) - I believe there are about 80 in the image above.  The pull out tray allows you to get to the washi tape at the bottom quickly and easily.

21 Nuvo Dot bottles will fit in the 1.5" Punch Pack.

16 standard craft paint bottles can be arranged in 2 rows in the 1.5" Punch Pack.

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Adult Coloring Supplies

Traveling with coloring supplies can be difficult.  The depth of the 1.5" Punch Pack allows you to carry tons of pencils and a coloring book too. When you're ready to color, pull out the tray and set it on your workspace.  Your pencils will be at your fingertips, but they won't be rolling around and dropping onto the floor.  Great for travelling with kids crafts too!

Organize your craft projects for home or travel.

It's easy to put all the pieces of a project together in the 1.5" Punch Pack.  I've got everything together for a set of Thank You cards. When I've got time to craft, I can just grab this punch pack and get started.  If you're setting up a project like this, consider adding things like adhesive, spare scissors, a bone folder... anything you might need to actually work on the project.  When you grab it and head out the door you'll have everything you need.

Store your craft projects in the punch pack.
Organized craft prjects for travel.

Like so many of our products, the 1.5" Punch Pack can be used in a variety of ways.  I'm sure some of you are using it in ways I haven't even considered.  I hope you'll take a moment to share your ideas with me using the comment box below, and/or send pictures to me - CustomerService@Totally-Tiffany.com.

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8 Places to use your Rotating Design Board

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“Rotating Design Board – Where have you been all my life?” Jen Evans

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Tip 4 from GOC #3 – Write a mental note

It might sound ridiculous, but writing a mental note really works! Your brain works on patterns.  The more you can reinforce those patterns, the more successful your brain will be at retrieving the information you need. When you’re sorting and organizing your supplies, write mental notes about where you put things.  This a very simple… Continue Reading

Tip 2 from GOC #3 – Keep it simple, easy gets done.

When you’re organizing your supplies, your goal should be to keep things together you use together.  Think about your silverware drawer. Everything you need to set the table is in one place. Easy. When you need to put things away, you know exactly where they go. Easy. Make it easy on yourself to find your supplies AND… Continue Reading

Rock Star – Big Benefits

Rock Star – Big Benefits

Yesterday was the first day of the 2014 Resolve to Get Organized Challenge.  (If you’re unfamiliar with the challenge, you can click the link above and get the details on our website.)  The first session of the GOC is always about setting yourself up for success and identifying what the Big Benefits will be.  I… Continue Reading

Think Simply – Organize Well

Think Simply – Organize Well

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Purge Patrol – Love it more when you have less!

 If the very idea of eliminating something that is still useful induces nausea or gives you hives, rest assured you’re not alone.  There are many reasons we have trouble getting rid of “stuff”: 1.       We’ve attached to that stuff/thing “emotionally”. 2.       We don’t want to be wasteful –  financially, ecologically, or just generally . 3.      … Continue Reading

More about The Expedit System

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Towel Toss Challenge

Last week my son went into the hall closet and grabbed a towel to take to school.  It wasn’t just any towel he was in search of, it was a “Finding Nemo” beach towel that has been in our family for, ohhhh, probably 10 years.  This particular towel is a favorite towel not because of… Continue Reading

Purge Patrol – Love it more when you have less!

 If the very idea of eliminating something that is still useful induces nausea or gives you hives, rest assured you’re not alone.  There are many reasons we have trouble getting rid of “stuff”: 1.       We’ve attached to that stuff/thing “emotionally”. 2.       We don’t want to be wasteful –  financially, ecologically, or just generally . 3.      … Continue Reading

Back to Basics – Why you need a 4 Section System

  What better place to start than at the beginning.  The key to being organized is having a system that is easy to use, easy to remember and easy to stick with.  Think about your system  as a foundation – it’s the thing that gives stability, ensures longevity, and provides security.  Many of us have… Continue Reading

Tiny Tasks, Big Results – Day 13, Christmas Card Organization

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Tiny Tasks, Big Results – Day 12, Holiday Decoration Swap

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YIKES! I’ve become a Collector

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If you’re well organized you’ll be able to craft on the fly. Keeping things organized makes it easy to create items on the fly!  Don’t miss out on an opportunity to craft because “it just takes too long to find your stuff.”  Get Organized and you’ll be able to create quickly and easily.  Join us… Continue Reading

Digital Idea Organization

There are so many great ideas that we find on the internet, in emails, posted on Facebook or pinned to Pinterest.  Keeping track of all of them can be overwhelming to say the least. Yesterday I hosted a “how to” webinar on getting all of these ideas organized into one easy to use digital notebook… Continue Reading

Creating an online journal using Word

One of the challenges with journaling in our scrapbooks is having access to the information.  You can create a simple online journal using a standard word processing program like Word.  Follow these easy steps and you’ll be journaling in no time. Open a new Word document. Save it As Journal on your Desktop. Start each… Continue Reading