Friday, August 3, 2012


I have been working on a Rubber Room "facelift" and trying to give it a more open feel. So I've been re-organizing and getting rid of stuff and moving stuff.... I decided to use my corkboard for framelit storage, as opposed to holding notes above my desk. Here is what I came up with; and I really like it.

Here is my corkboard filled with framelits:
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Here is a closeup of my corkboard with framelits:
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Here is a peak at my new "Big Shot/Cuttlebug" station with the corkboard hanging directly above it. All the framelits are in quick reach of the Big Shot and so convenient!
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This was super easy to make. I had some little round magnets hanging out waiting to be put to use, so I used them. I attached them to the corkboard with glue dots (so they can easily be moved and repositioned; but they were strong enough not to fall off when the framelit was attached). Then I used the smallest flower on the Boho Blossoms Punch and punched out lots of little flowers using the Brights Color Collection Designer Series DSP. I used some Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue to attach the flowers to the front of the magnets, and then just placed my framelits on the beautiful little flower-topped magnets.

Here is a photo of the magnets I used:

1 comment :

Ms said...

I love this idea... what are the dimensions of your frame?

Very very clever

Hugs from the Rubber Room