So, this week, I have 2 projects. I was going to split the into 2 separate blogs, but realized that they were too short and sweet to post separately. So they are here together! Because, as you know, sharing is caring.
The first thing on the docket is a Poshmark binder.
I was looking through my Poshmark sales (shameless plug: follow me on Poshmark @2smallofacloset), and even though I have a full spreadsheet on my computer of my sales and all the information, I wondered what would happen if my computer completely died. Like, blue screen of death, never turning back on died. How would I have all the information besides on the app?
Oh yeah, I have all the info on the app.
But what if something happens to my phone?????
Anyway, I decided that I wanted to print out all the information on separate pieces of paper to file in a binder. It would be easy for me to look through and find out my sales and what my items are selling for.
Here are my supplies: A pink binder (duh), a pink folder with a cute typewriter on the front, pink and purple glitter tape, pink and purple gel pens, and my sales paperwork. I also used a hole punch and scissors, which are not pictured.
The first thing I did was take the pink glitter tape and line the top and the bottom of the binder. I just used a long strip and went along the edge of the binder. I then took the purple tape to make a second strip on the binder. I finally added two small strips on the spine of the binder so I know which side is the top and the bottom.
The second thing I did was hole punch all of the paperwork. To make sure that they were all hole punched the same distance apart (because I don’t actually own a 3 hole punch), I placed one paper in the folder and hole punched it. Of course, I then took that paper and used it for the rest of the papers.
The third thing I did was write single sale or bundled sale on the paperwork. This is just for “office work” so I know if my bundled sales are working or not. I wrote single sale in pink and bundled sale in purple, and even added a glitter tab to each paper so they are easy to page through.
And this is the final product. I’m really happy that I got it to work and look this nice. It took me approximately 10 minutes to put it all together. It will take a little longer if you still have to type out all of your sales from Poshmark.
The second project I have is a nautical plaque. Mom and I found a blue piece of wood in our shed and I took it to figure out what I wanted to do with it.
Here are my supplies: a blue piece of wood, rope, design of your choice, and sparkly glitter glue. You can use paint if you want, but I found this glue at Michaels and had to buy it because of reasons.
The first thing I did was hot glue the rope to the board. When I got it around the edges, I cut the end and hot glued the end of the rope so it wouldn’t fray. I don’t know if it will help, but it worked for me.
The second thing I did was trace my design onto the board. I found this compass on Google images and decided to use it on the board. I covered the back of the piece of paper with pencil and then traced it onto the board. The only issue I had with this was that it was a little difficult to see the design on the board because it is blue.
The third thing I did was use the silver glitter glue to cover the pencil design. I really like how it turned out, but I do wish that it was a little thicker. I thought that it would be much brighter where you could see the design better. Oh well, I still like it.
And here is the final product.
I like how it turned out. It’s very simple and perfect to hang in a nautical themed room (maybe my living room when I move into a house?). I am happy with how it turned out and can’t wait to actually have it as a decoration.
So, I hope this gave you some inspiration for some easy projects. They took about 20 minutes to finish both of them all together. The Poshmark binder has already come in handy when looking at sales and the board will come in handy very soon. Thanks for stopping by and I can’t wait to see you tomorrow for the Corner News!