If you are searching for a way to store acrylic blocks, consider this delightfully easy solution from the office supply store:
Here's a close-up:
I love how this mail sorter allows smaller blocks up front and larger blocks in the back. I put my stamp positioner in the back row. Cool, eh?
There are lots of pretty, decorative mail sorters available, along with coordinating magazine holders, cups for pencils, trays, and such. I bought this to hold photopolymer sentiment sets that I use frequently, but it works much better for acrylic blocks. Yay!
And now for the problem with pastels. They are hard to photograph. I really love using pastels, but more intense colors photograph better. Anyway, here's today's pastel card. I put a bird on it. Well, a lot of birds. This one is destined for Operation Write Home.
The wires are made with a line stamp from Papertrey's Faux Ribbon set, and the colors were inspired by this pin on my Color My World board on Pinterest.
stamps: Papertrey Faux Ribbon, Love Birds
inks: Memento Luxe, Impress Fresh Ink, VersaMagic