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FILL My BIN
Papers – a selection of papers which feel “vintage” to you and card stock for bases and mats.
Plastic bags to hold your paper selections during the lesson.
Stamps – that have sentiments, icons, and designs you think you might like to use, you can add ink, too, if you won’t miss them at your MESK!
Photos – keep in baggies to keep safe while they are in the “waiting room”, or make Xerox copies just to play with (decide on sizes, B&W or color, etc.)
Notes – jot down ideas for your journaling and title ideas. These will grow the more you ponder them. Get supporting stories from others on the stories you want to tell. Think of key words for title ideas. Jot down essential info like names, dates, etc. This will save you a lot of time when it comes to finishing your story.
Embellishments – sort through color appropriate gems, ribbons, die cuts, borders, washi, pocket scrapbooking cards, etc.
Congratulations – you’ve made your own kit!
TIP: tape a piece of notebook paper to the top for adding quick thoughts and ideas.
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