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We are celebrating Sentimental Sundays first anniversary. You have a chance to win a free digital sentiment from Raindrop Echo Designs on Whimsy Stamps at each participating DT members blogs. You can see the post HERE for details. 
You still have plenty of time to enter our “Anything goes + a sentiment” challenge too.

Sentimental Sundays is also holding a DT call through May 23rd. If you are interested in joining our fun team, see the post HERE for details.

Whimsy Stamps is also holding a DT call for the Digital Stamp DT until May 15th. If you are interested, you can find all the details HERE.

You can hop along with the Whimsy Rubber Stamp team starting on May 18th to see the new rubber stamp release. You will be able to find details on the
Whimsy Stamps blog.
If you regularly read my blog, you probably know that I am setting up a craft room and I am always on the look out for storage ideas. I stumbled across this today and LOVED the idea. In fact I just love her whole craft space. It is packed with great ideas and fun things to look at.
scrapbook room 20 by kendramccracken

scrapbook room 20, a photo by kendramccracken on Flickr.

Have a great day!  I’ll be back tomorrow with my Meljen’s Designs project and a peek at the new releases.

Comments

Jacilynn said…
oh I love this too. Great idea!
xiumaiyuki said…
Thanks for posting this. I'm loving it, too! How pretty!
Sara I. said…
LOVE these!!! Gotta get some of those someday :)
MiamiKel said…
Oh how neat! It looks economical, too!
Marlene said…
Wow - that is pretty neat storage!
Audrey Pettit said…
Thanks for all the info and for sharing that great storage idea. I just love antique ball jars. I've got some of my buttons stored in jars like these, but sure would love to have this whole set up. How fabulous!
GREAT idea...loving it. I also loved your card so much I had to go buy the bug image a little while ago. I will be doing some scraplifting, but please take as a huge compliment....and I will give credit. Congrats on being biggest fan this month. At one time, I was their biggest fan for their 2nd month. I continue being a huge fan...haha
Terrific storage for the buttons!! Wow - love the look :)
Maria

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