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Great tip for storing your 6x6 Paper Stacks

 Do you love craft room storage tips?  Check out my video below today!

Tip for storing 6x6 paper stacks in your craft room, by Patty Bennett

I recently shared my tip for storing your 6x6 paper stacks on a Facebook Live video on my business facebook page.  If you missed it, I'm sharing it below.  I love to use the Avery Elle Extra Large stamp and die storage pockets, trimmed down to 7" tall to store each of my Stampin' Up! paper stacks, and the sticker packs fit perfectly as well!

Watch the Facebook Live replay below:


Thank you for watching.. did you catch that great tip at the end from Ali about punching the circle!?  :)

Oh my! that was amazing! Loved that extra tip!


Storage Box Link: Box I use to store the 6x6 paper stacks from Stamp-n-Storage. I use the medium size box.


Below: the Avery Elle pockets I bought on Amazon. They are so perfect for keeping all the loose 6x6 sheets and scraps together!

  Tip for storing 6x6 paper stacks in your craft room, by Patty Bennett


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Barbara Felece

Hi Patty. Just wanted to let you know that there is no sound on your Facebook live video. I tried several things but couldn't get the sound.

Patty Bennett

Sorry the sound is not working for you Barbara.. I think it's working ok. You can view it directly on FB if that helps.


I would love town the watercolor pencils. Thanks for the giveaway! Interesting video today!

Adrienne West

Always fun to watch your videos - Love how you share the tips and tricks you learn with the rest of us ;) I would love to win the Watercolor Pencils too. Thank you so much!


I would love to win the watercolor pencils you showed in your video today on storing 6x6 paper stacks


I always love your organization tips! Keep them coming! Would love to win the watercolor pencils! Thanks Patty!

Marsha Gross

Would love to add a few new colors to my very old SU set. Thanks for the cool tips.


I enjoyed your video! I will confess that organizing stamping stuff often gives me inspiration for stamping! I would love to win the watercolor pencils. Thanks!

Rita Bradt

I would love to win the water color pencils!

Thank you for the great video and useful tips. And I have one I'd like to share. I use the Stamp-N-Storage magnetic cards for my die sets. But instead of using the Avery Elle plastic sleeve, I use the sleeves the die sets come in.

Example: I just received the beautiful set of Petals and More thinlets. I removed the outer plastic wrapper and transferred the dies on to a 5 x 7 Stamp-N--Storage magnetic card. I then took the nice heavy duty plastic "envelope" the dies came in and tucked the flap inside and slipped in the magnetic card. I like this method because the envelope the dies come in is sturdy and has all the identifying information printed on the flap. This is especially helpful if you have a lone die and can't remember which set it goes to! Most, not all, of the dies have the item number etched onto it so you can match it up with the item number on the envelope,. And if you so desire, you can go one step further and slip the information sheet or "label sheet" that comes with the die set right inside.

I like your tip using the Avery Elle sleeves and using the circle punch giving you a "finger hold." By using the Stampin' Up envelope sleeve, the 5x7 magnetic card sticks up a bit making it easy to pull out.

So there you have it. I hope this "additional tip" will help others make use of the nice plastic sleeves Stampin' Up provides when you purchase a set of dies!

Thank you Patty!

Nancy Sapp

I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to win the Watercolor Pencils!!

Linda Snyder

Love all the new tips from your video! Thanks for sharing!

Kristi Gray

Thank you for the great tips. I’m ordering the sleeves! What size stamp and storage box do you use for the 6x6 paper
storage? I would love to win the watercolor pencils!!!


Thank you for the great tips! Thanks for the chance to win the watercolor pencils!

Jane Harrah

I would love to win the water color pencils. I have not tried them out. Loved your tips today and watch you always. Thanks so much Patty.

Georgia Tuttle

Thanks for all the sharing! I would love to have the pencil set. Georgia

Lora G.

I would love to win the water color pencils. Hopefully the drawing has not been held yet.

I have enjoyed your video for quite some time. The videos are so easy to follow.

Thank for making them available.


Dianne Keough

Patty, another great video. Thanks for the tip about using the bags for sets of dies with lots of little pieces.Brilliant (yes, I love the half circle tips as well.) I also make a label for my dies and put the number of pieces on there as well as the name of the die set. Off to order from Amazon!


Oh Patty I would be so lucky if I could win the water color pencils. Loved the video and the great tips. Thanks

Phyllis Sinclair

I like the idea of the plastic sleeves. I have have found baskets at Walmart in the stationery section for $1 are perfect for the paper. At ours there were on the top shelf by the desk organizers.

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