Pretty sad! In my defense a number of years ago I linked all of my cartridges to my Gypsy, so I rarely used them. Unfortunately, my Gypsy has since died. I really love Cricut Craft Room, so until I am able to re-sync my cartridges to Craft Room I need to find a better system.
As usual, I went to my favorite spot for inspiration. I went to Pinterest. What an addictive site. :) I did not want another box or bin. I really do not have room for new storage. I did, however, have a Clip It Up desktop spinner that was not being used very well and I had a light bulb moment. I have used these heavy duty bags for a number of other storage solutions in my craft room and they were a perfect fit. They are a 5x8 4-mil ziplock bag. You can purchase them on Amazon for about $12/100 bags.
We did run out of bags, but there is still plenty of room on the Clip it Up to finish the job. I have no plans to purchase additional cartridges as I prefer to purchase the digital version on Craft Room. Feels great to re-use something in a way that works better. :)
So now it is your turn. How do you organize, or not organize, your electronic die-cutting supplies and accessories.
Below a link to the Pinterest board I started. Each week I will add new pins for the topics we are discussing. By year's end I hope to create a resource for organizing almost every supply we own.:
Don't forget.....Shirley Pando is giving away a free seat to her upcoming Cricut class on stencil making. Click here to enter.
Thanks for sharing.