And just like that the weekend is over. Like I mentioned in my previous post I've been having technical difficulties - it's still an issue but I'm working through regardless.
One thing I've been trying to do lately is organize - and do it in small bits. I don't have the time (or space) to do a REAL good overhaul and organize, as right now the kids and I are living in a rental with some rather strict lease agreements. It means I'm pretty limited, AND because it's a rental I don't have the desire to do anything major as it's all temporary here. That being said though there are smaller organizational things I CAN do - and when I can I will share what those are with all of you! I know I really love seeing how people organize all their stamping/crafting stuff, and it's something that is requested of me all the time.
Don't forget that I do have a Organization/Storage/Studio category <-----click! here on my blog that has posts and videos over the years covering all sorts of things related to organizing and storing all the things.
So today I decided it was high time to swatch and organize my Ranger Alcohol inks. I have an Alcohol Ink category on here too with a whopping 3 posts so far lol - but I plan to do more.
I decided I need swatches of the alcohol inks I have so that I can see at a glance what colors look like and what looks good together etc. Being able to properly see inks (whether it be alcohol inks, or stamping inks, paints etc etc etc) makes a HUGE difference!
I also wanted to see what colors I have and what ones I need to get, so I downloaded this Ranger alcohol ink chart <------click! from their website. I printed that off onto cheap lightweight card stock as it's just a visual at a glance guide - the tags I made are what I plan to use as an actual color guide.
I figured out what would work best for me in terms of swatches and labelling and whatnot, pulled all the supplies together and then worked on making my tags and creating the labels and whatnot:
You can watch in HD over on YouTube HERE <------click!
As mentioned in the video here's all the links to everything I used and talked about!