When reading up on ideas given for organizing bead storage solutions, Lorelei's comment about no more baggies really stuck with me. I had piles of baggies that I would try to sort through on top of my bead table when I was trying to put something together and it just wasn't working. I needed something that would keep them from rolling off the table but remain in view while I decided on the next design element. Now I'll be honest, Lorelei's studio makes me covetous. I want to curl up under one of her tables and wait till she goes to sleep and then come out and go through all her beads, hunched over and cackling with glee.
But I think that's illegal so I just went and got my own printers drawer.....
And I filled it with my own treasures!
There are 103 little compartments and I am going to show you a compartment each Monday.
I'll tell you where I got the bead(s) or how I made them, what plans I have for them and why I like them so much I pulled them out of the plastic baggie stuffed into the nuts-n-bolts drawer and placed them in the premiere spot of the antiqued printers drawer.
A Peek into the Printers Drawer.
Doesn't that sound fun?
Thank you, Lorelei, for your constant inspiration!