Like many crafters, I have a HUGE number of cards, largely because I'm teaching classes so there's always a lot of samples left over. Of course I use a lot of them - you can hardly buy a card for someone when you're a cardmaker....tsk tsk.
That said, I'm also really particular (some may say obsessive) about keeping a record of all the projects I teach throughout the year. Consequently, I need a lot of storage! Fortunately, as an avid lover of shoes I have a lot of empty shoe boxes, but as they're a tad boring (I know I could cover & decorate them....) I make little boxes to store my projects in.
This one is super simple - I did make one in the US with my upline's team some years back. But do you think I could remember it? And guess what? I couldn't find it either!!!
So, this one was made from scratch, measurements and all. It's a little different to the previous one I think, but it's kind of cute and will hold about 10 cards and envelopes. It will also look nice in my craft studio.
I will be teaching it in a class next week, so come along if you can, but after that, if you'd like the instructions I'll be happy to email them to you.
Oh, and an added plus, I only used retired cardstock & scraps of DSP. Love that!