If you love polymer clay tutorials (and who doesn’t) and you have a good number of them, if you print each and every one, over time, storing them becomes a real problem! Here’s what I’ve done to tackle that problem. I hope you enjoy these tutorial storage ideas, feel free to share yours in the comments below.
Tutorial Storage Solution:
One of the questions I am asked both online and by my students is how to store their tutorials. Today’s polymer clay tip involves just that, the storage of your precious tutorial. Please understand, I do not know what works for every individual, but I will tell you the way that I store mine that works nicely for me. If you store your tutorials differently, feel free to share how you store your tutorials in the comments below.
Come & see how I store my polymer clay tutorial PDFs that I have bought & paid for online http://t.co/O4chiECJD0 How do you store yours?
— Kater’s Acres (@katersacres) August 30, 2013
I am a BIG fan of simple solutions. All I do to store my tutorials is print them out, staple them together, and insert the ENTIRE tutorial into ONE sheet protector. I then store all of my tutorials together into one binder. (Okay, it’s grown to two binders, but who’s counting!)
When it is time to use them, I simple remove the tutorial I want from its protective sleeve. Then I set it out on my worktable next to me so I can follow the instructions. When I’m finished, I just put it back in the binder and then set the binder back on the shelf.
PS: No, rainbows do not come out of my binder when I open it … but in my mind it is accompanied by a special “AH!” kind of music.
Thanks for joining me today,