I cut my divider out of chipboard, then cut the tabs from my Cricut. For this side, I followed the sketch from A Spoonfull of Sugar and I love the way it turned out. I used my favorite color combination of pink and brown, as well as my favorite paper from SEI and Kaisercraft. I cut out Waiting Tilda with my oval spellbinders, inked the edges with Tim Holtz walnut stain, added some pink bling and a flower from Prima.
The other side's picture turned out kind of blurry, but I hope you can still get the gist of it. For this side, I followed the sketch from Sketch Saturday and love the simplicity of it. I cut out Birthday Tilda with my circle spellbinders and used a lace doily behind it. I inked the edges with Tim Holtz Walnut Stain and used the same paper, flowers, and bling from the opposite side.
I don't like my writing on the labels, so when I can come across my labelmaker (Where did I put that thing?), I'll use that to write the name of the collection and the year.
Here's a shot of the divider in the box with the stamped images behind it. I have a long ways to go, but hey, at least it's a start!
I figured I'd also show you a picture of the way I organize my Spellbinders too, since I eluded to that earlier. I cut the front of the package and adhere it to a piece of chipboard. Then, on the back, I attach a sheet of magnet and write the name of the Spellbidners as well, making it easy to find the ones I'm looking for. My embossing folders also fit in this box as well - I love it!
I am entering this project in the following challenges:
A Spoonfull of Sugar - Sketch
Sketch Saturday - Sketch
Totally Tilda - Tilda and Chipboard
Magnolia Stamp Lovers - Die Cuts (Oval and Circle Spellbinders; Tabs from Cricut)
Paper Sundaes - Keep it Simple
Going Grey - Anything Goes
Just Magnolia - Favorite Color Combination (Pink and Brown)