Portugal has the most outstanding door knockers...and door handles...and doors. Enjoy!
|My niece, Katie, and my sister, Jill, at a sidewalk cafe.|
|Backside of the Perfect Pearls package with instructions|
|My bottle of Paverpol has a baggy taped to it with a print-out from a newsgroup regarding the use of the product.|
|Sewing Machine Feet|
|I have the original card that was packaged with each foot|
|For every embroidery thread that I own, I have the cut the original tag down to make sure I retain the name of the company and the color of the thread. I fold and tuck it in the edge of the card that the thread is on.|
|I know this picture is tough to see, but when I buy beads, I label where they were purchased, brand, color and size on the storage container.|
|Closer view of storage container. The beads in the top container were purchased at the store, Little Bohemia, whereas the ones on the bottom are a mixed called Margarita.|
The last lesson that I learned was about how time flies. I will often purchase something to find that it is dried up. In reality, I do not remember how long I have owned the item. Now I mark everything that could dry-up with the date that I puchased it.
Above: I date all paints
Below: My paint box with dated jars. I also put a dollop of paint on the top of the container to help identify the color.
Above: Pens marked and though these are older, they are still good!
Below: Stamp pads dry out so fast, the dates are helpful
What are your favorite studio tips?