Sunday, January 11, 2009

Storage using Plantin Schoolbook OR George Only

What a great weekend! Dave and I went to Plainview yesterday to visit our friend Kay and her family. Although the drive up was rather dreary with no sun, we had a great time there and the drive back was nice.

I had a request to redesign my storage using different carts as the requestor did not have what I was using. Well, I figure everyone has either George or Plantin Schoolbook, so I added on to my latest version of the boxes with dividers so that everything is made exclusively with George.

Then I recreated what I could using Plantin Schoolbook only. However, I was only able to make the score marks for the first box. Every time I try to add to it, I get the dreaded X. The first box can give you an idea of where the marks go and just use your scoring blade on the others. Yes, it even happens on Fit to Page AND with Plantin Schoolbook. Ugh!

I also added a page to both of them just giving the general size for the tags. I just select an image I like on the cart the tag will go on. Watch what you're selecting. On some images, you might want to use the blackout or shadow feature so that the tag doesn't tear with use.

Terrifically Tacky Tape is GREAT for putting these together.

Here's the file for George ONLY. And the file for Plantin Schoolbook ONLY.

Click on Storage under Labels to see all of my posts regarding storage.

Have a great week,


Kristina said...

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Carla said...

Thanks Jill, for sharing this box:-0

4paws said...

Thank you! These are wonderfull!

HappyHappyJoyJoy said...

Thank you so much for sharing these cut files for the storage! I really appreciate it! I love all the things you create - you are very talented! Have a great day! Joy

Anonymous said...

I just want to say thank you for this .cut file. You are awesome!

Anonymous said...

Jill, I can't thank you enough for creating this perfect solution for storage! First I tried the plastic canvas, but I like this better. I have spent all day making & labeling the little boxes for my 29 cartridges, and next I will make the dividers and have it all together in such a small space compared to all those boxes! Last year we had to leave for the hurricane, and if it happens again *shudder*, it'll sure be easier to pack it all up. You have a wonderful talent and thanks again for being so generous to share.

Jill said...

Glad you're enjoying the storage files. I'll get back to posting again soon. And, please, NO hurricanes.