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Hot Glue Gun Holder or Watercolor Station

If given enough glue sticks I could rule the world. Adhesive station in my craft space by @createoften

I am now very careful when it comes to my hot glue gun. When my daughter was a toddler, she pulled the cord to my hot glue gun and I wasn't fast enough to get to her before the tip made it on to her lips. There is nothing like mommy guilt. It was then that I turned to a cordless hot glue gun. Now, I am excited to have something for it to sit on for more safety and functionality!


DIY Gratitude Bank

DIY Gratitude Bank by @createoften

I have found that gratefulness is what the heart needs for peace and contentment. Whether this Gratitude Bank is used this coming Thanksgiving or all year long, it is the first step to writing gratefulness down tangibility and keeping it close at hand for the family to see!

How I Store Handmade Cards

How I store my handmade cards and keep my craft space clutter free @createoften

Something that I have been talking about with my girlfriends lately has been the need to simplify our lives. The more that we seem to hold on to, the more disorganized we feel. Everywhere there seems to be more "stuff"... more to keep clean. Last year I heard a quote that I can't seem to shake, "Clutter is your procrastination."

Totally Tiffany - Gail Buddy Bag

4 Things to Consider When Packing for Vacation by @createoften

Vacation is almost here! We are ready to take some time off to relax. When I am on vacation I still take time to create. I love keeping the supplies limited and this time I think a bit of watercolor is in order. Here are a few tips I have for being creative while traveling.


Heidi Swapp - Scrapbooking in Minutes

Scrapbooking done in 5 minutes by @createoften for @heidiswapp

I hear from people all the time that they wish they could scrapbook more. That they have been wanting to document or print their pictures but just haven't. Some excuses are that it takes too much time to do so.

The digital age has made life easier in so many ways. We can now email instead of waiting for a letter to take weeks to get across the world. We can take photos and see them instantly instead of waiting for film to develop. We can now print our pictures at home instead of driving across town to turn film in and them pick them up days later.

The digital age has made it easier and faster for us to capture our memories. Scrapbooking hasn't stayed in the dark ages. It has evolved too! Now you can create pages in minutes.