Are you looking for an easy way to sort and store your vinyl sheets?
I’ve been making projects with StyleTechCraft’s Adhesive Vinyl for the past five years.
I am a member of their Design Team; they are an extremely generous company to work with.
Because of their generosity, I have accumulated a lot of vinyl.
I have tried a few different ways to organize my vinyl,
I always found myself spreading everything out to find the exact style and color I needed.
I needed a solution that would adapt to the way I work.
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I find that it’s easier to sort the vinyl according to the type of vinyl.
I created broad categories that would fit my vinyl.
I found the Clear IRIS Scrapbook Paper Storage Boxes*
and the Modular Storage Rack at Michael’s Craft Store.
Vinyl is heavier than regular scrapbook paper and needs a heavy-duty storage cabinet.
Having open shelves makes it easy to find exactly what style I’m looking for.
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Creating Labels for the Iris Boxes
I have been wanting to label my boxes for a while. I finally took the time this week to do it.
- I used StyleTechCraft Black Matte Removable Adhesive Vinyl* and a Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine* to create 4 1/2″ x 1″ Black labels for my IRIS Storage Boxes*. The labels are easily removable if I change my mind about what I put into the box.
- I used StyleTechCraft White Adhesive Craft Vinyl* to create the words for my label.
- Use a vinyl pick tool to remove the vinyl inside and around the letters.
- Cut a piece of Vinyl Transfer Tape* to fit over the vinyl words. Gently rub over the transfer paper using the squeegee tool. Lift the transfer tape to remove the vinyl from the white liner.
- Place letters onto the black label.
- Gently rub over the vinyl transfer tape using the squeegee tool to make sure all the image has transferred.
- Use the transfer tape to pick up the label and adhere it onto the front of the IRIS box*.
My office assistant, Dexter, walked into my shot as I was taking pictures.
He’s not a lot of help, but he sure is cute.
In my office/workshop, I have a counter dedicated to my Silhouette Cameo.
It’s nice to have it out and not in the way.
Under the Silhouette Cameo is a drawer full of StyleTechCraft Vinyl Transfer Tape* and vinyl tools.
I love having everything easily accessible and at my fingertips.
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