Friday, November 5, 2010

It's called Red Rubbah, baby!!!



Nothing brings a smile to my face faster than gettin a new piece of red rubber...I ♥ stamps and you can NEVER have enough. They were beginning to take over my playroom....

I ordered almost everything I needed about 2 years ago (yes, that is years, haha) I changed my mind 4 or 5 times on this. I just snapped one day, and boom, I was pulling that rubber off my wood blocks....it was absolutely the best decision for organization I've ever done in my playroom. You ought to see my pile now, of blocks, that is....wowzeeeeeeeeeeer....there are a lot of dead trees sitting in boxes now, haha.

My tools consisted of: glass mat, hot knife, ez mount (for the raw rubber I still hadn't done anything with), Aleens Tack it over and over (love this stuff), scissors, ez mount panels, and univenture cases, and lots of patients..the total job took about a week...

For those of you interested in freeing up a lot and I do mean major amount of space, let me know and I'll be happy to talk ya through...It is so easy and so worth it....I have literally cleared out a huge cabinet and down to 1 shelf on the wall, haha...I will be posting as soon as I get that last wall, wallpapered...

Univenture has the cases (sorry I didn't have time to shoot one, but will soon) and if you get the black ones, they are $1.07 right now..Don't worry about the color because the case has a clear insert around it that you can insert your fav DSP with...can't get much better than that.....Fabulous price....http://www.univenture.com/shop/1.25_3_ring_A5_binder.php
and here's where you can find the panels to go inside.... http://sundayint.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=2354

Let me know if you have questions...it really was an easy job...

Be blessed today and find that awesome gift of creativity God gave you.....Sandi

5 comments:

Connie said...

you are on a roll..Proud of you!!! and love that new CG blinkie!! Thanks girl!!!!

cardsister said...

Look at you! You're gonna be the Blogging Queen!

Jennifer said...

This looks fabulous!! Wonder where you go the idea!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Tina said...

Hi Sandi, I have passed on a blog award to you which you can collect at www.scrapdiva-tina.blogspot.com
:) Tina

mumtomanyuk said...

Hi
Where did you get your hot knife from? I googled it but only got information on drug use???.
looks like a useful tool. Will it cut template plastic? Looks like you had fun taking your stamps apart. I tried with microwave but it was a bit hit and miss.