Aug 23, 2009

by English Muse

Reading Jek’s Week in Review gave me the inspiration I needed to clean up the messy half of my office, which up until recently, had stark empty walls behind a heap of boxes filled with clutter and a whole lot of Stuff. Armed with a lot of good ideas, I enthusiastically organized my shiz and though it took a long time, I’m pleased with my new space.

I felt inspired to arrange my cards this way after reading The Art of Jordan’s How to do a home office makeover post. To set up this type of inspiration board, all you need are some nails, twine and a hammer. It’s a brilliant way to showcase my card collection.


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10 Responses to “Card Collection”

  1. Suzy says:

    Love the cards … hummmmm … got me thinking now. Thanks … going to check out your links now.

  2. handmade romance says:

    wow what a gorgeous card collection! such a nice way to display them I think, so you can see them and look at them for ages, instead of being stored away in a safe place.

  3. Amanda Nicole says:

    What an amazing collection! Looks lovely.

  4. puglyfeet says:

    Thanks! I have The Art of Jordan to thank for this. Otherwise, these cards would still be in a box, hidden from the light of day.

    The Art of Jordan

  5. chiaroscuro says:

    A nice card collection you have there. I will check your link, my office desperately needs a makeover

  6. lady elle says:

    lovely collection! I follow Jordan's blog as well, what great sources of inspiration you both are!

  7. SHOKOOFEH says:

    hey puglyfeet!
    you can't believe me if I say that I am organizing my cards and notes' archive and just thought … what should I do not to miss seeing them everyday…

    and now you did it for me!

    thank you!

  8. puglyfeet says:

    @lady elle: Thank you! 😀

    @SHOKOOFEH: I'm glad you can use this idea, too. The clothesline arrangement really is a wonderful way to share your cards — as a collective, a wall of art.

  9. Her name was Lola says:

    Ms. Pugly Feet, your gorgeous post is today's daily inspiration!


  10. Adhiy says:

    Posted on Hi there, I discovered your blog by the use of Google at the same time as seanihcrg for a similar matter, your web site came up, it looks great. I’ve bookmarked it in my google bookmarks.

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