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Monday, December 31, 2007

Nesties Layering Box



I decided I needed a way to visually layer my Nestabilities so I could see what things would look like. When dealing with the Nesties themselves it was confusing as to which piece came from which set when doing multiple layering. I spent an evening cuttinig each shape from each large set in green. I then cut each shape from each small set in white. These can be used to see exactly what the results will look like and how they will fit in the intended space. I used a CD tin for the box. I printed the words on the computer on Avery sticky back paper (comes in a package in Office Supplies at Walmart) and then decorated it with an SU roller and French Blue Colorbox Chalk ink. It has already proved to be very helpful.

5 comments:

Pam Speidel said...

What a fabulous idea Donna! I'm going to have to do this too. Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog so I could find yours! I'll be adding you to my favorites. Now, I must get away from the computer and get the holiday decorations put away! Happy New Year! Smiles, Pam :)

Lisa said...

This is a great Idea! Sure makes it easier.

Cindy H. said...

I agree! Definitely a good idea. tfs

ardziv said...

Logically delicious!! Thank you!! ~ pk

pbft said...

This is why I love your blog - great ideas and practical tips! I'm going to start the New Year by making my own nesting patterns.