I went to a scrapbooking crop this past weekend. As I looked out over the room, I saw Clip it Ups on many tables. What a great way to take alphabets, embellishments, stamps and more! The Clip it Up makes it easy to see what you have, easy to transport your things and doesn't take up much table space. Everyone I talked to loves their Clip it Ups!!
This is a layout I made at the crop. It's my great-nephew, Milo, in his Halloween costume.
I'd like to share ideas for using the Mini Clip it Up. It may be the smallest member of the Clip it Up family, but it certainly is just as hard working as its bigger family members! I am using my mini for my Slice cards and Cuttlebug embossing folders.
This has saved me lots of room and makes it easier to see what I have. The items are also more easily accessible. I removed the Slice cards from the boxes they came in and put them into small bags, along with the design booklet.
There are, however, many other uses for the Mini Clip it Up....
It would be helpful when building a house or doing home remodeling/improvements. Bills from contractors, receipts, ideas from magazines, paint samples, room sketches, fabric swatches for furniture, even countertop chip samples all fit wonderfully on the Mini!
Other ideas for the Mini are: Barbie clothes and shoes, clear stamp sets, beads, bags of buttons and/or brads sorted by color, nuts and bolts for the garage or basement workbench, on a teacher's desk for notes, lunch slips, attendance cards, upcoming meetings... The Mini Clip it Up can be used in many different ways!
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