I liked it.
I could give my long detailed explanation but I'm just going to leave it at this: I went in knowing that no matter what, it would not be the book. I am a bit obsessive and had done my research. I knew it was a small budget film with a more Indie-style director/actors and that it was not made with the mindset it would be this huge blockbuster. I kept my expectations low and all in all I thought is was good. Are there things I wish were done differently? Of course. Was I disappointed? No.
On with the Q&A...
Q: What line of AC paper did you use on your clear stamp storage binder? (see THIS post)
A: It's the A La Carte Collection from American Crafts
Q: My question is how do you keep the stamps from spanning wider than the binder? Is it easier to sort them by mfg?
A: I do sort mine by manufacturer, rather than themes. For me, I know what to look for that way. I actually have more than one binder. The one from my post has all my Autumn Leaves, Heidi Swapp and Fontwerks clear stamps (and some random others). The other binder that I still need to personalize has all my Hero Arts and Technique Tuesday clear stamps. I also purge frequently. If I have stamps that have never been used or haven't been used in well over a year, I give them away. I am a big advocate for passing on little used items to others. :) Not only do they get use from them, I keep my studio from being overrun with too many things. (I do this with all areas of my home, not just my studio. :))
Q: A question, the binder itself is a generic office supply bought? or something special? (the binder from the clear stamp storage)
A: Nothing special. Just a cheap one from my local discount store. :)
Q: What size is the binder you fit all those into?!?
A: The spine is 3" wide.
Q: I love how you put the frames on the photos with the dates and place. How did you do this? (from THIS post)
A: The frames are digital kits from Designer Digitals (see THIS post for info on the exact kits). I added the frames in my photo editing software (I use Photoshop).
Check back tomorrow a peek at my Thanksgiving minibook. :)
Have a great day!