Hi everyone!! I am so sorry! I totally forgot to check yesterday to see if my prescheduled post actually posted on time! I guess better late than never. . .
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For today, I cheated! I didn’t actually use my Cricut for today’s project, BUT what I did for Day 13 is going to help me to use my Cricut cartridges.
I am in the process of making the handbooks printable so that I can make a binder to hold all the handbook information. To see my printable Cricut handbooks list, click here!
But I need a way to keep the overlays organized. Probably unlike most of you, I do not use my Gypsy hardly ever! I actually plug in cartridges and press the buttons on my Expression machine all the time! That is just the way I like it.
Anyway, so I have seen people making their own little files for their handbooks and overlays so I decided to make some little files of my own! Here they are:
Mini File Details:
- The files were made from cardstock. I cut the cardstock down to measure 6.75X7inches. Then I scored them so that they were 3.5inches X 6.75inches. Then I attached a file tab to the top of each file so that I could label them. I chose to use these plastic tabs because they are sturdy and would withstand wear and tear over time.
- I also rounded the corners of the files with a corner rounder punch just to try to keep them from getting all bent up.
Now I just need to finish them up and get them alphabetized.
I also wanted to show you how I store my actual cartridges. I store my cartridges in a Cgull tote, like the one below (but mine is pink polka dotted fabric rather than leather):