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If you have more than 1 pack of Stampin’ UP! 6×6 paper, you can remove a divider and create a larger slot as shown above!
I wanted labeled dividers, so I cut the lightweight cardboard that comes in the 12×12 Designer Paper Packs to 6-1/4″ x 6-1/2″ and used my Brother P-Touch labeler to label the dividers. You may wish to make one divider and try it out to make sure you like that size before cutting a bunch of them.
Tip!! if you have small scraps from one of your Stampin’ UP! paper stacks, you can put them into a cello bag and store it in the same slot.
I love sharing craft room organizing tips with you!! I love finding new ways to organize my stamping and crafting supplies. When I find something that really works well for me, I love sharing that idea with you. If it works for you, great! If you have another system in place, great – leave me a comment and tell me all about it! 🙂
I know you don't come here to see the "mess" so I'll just share the "after" photos of my newly organized box for storing parts and pieces that were all over my desk! I bought this container at The Container Store (info below) and LOVE the sections of this container AND that it's wide enough to fit a card front or folded card/envelope!
Organization tips for Card Makers:
I have 2 of these 4-section Linus Packet Organizers shown above (details below).
LEFT: this one holds all of my essentials like Stampin' Dimensionals, pearls, doilies, gems, glitter dots, rhinestones, etc.
RIGHT: this one holds all the miscellaneous pieces that were scattered in containers all around my desk. I have a section for pieces that will be used on a card, a section for partially completed cards, a section for card ideas, and in back, a section of stamped images ready to color.
I used my DYMO labeler to label dividers. You can see file folder supplies from Staples that I used for the DIVIDERS IN THIS POST.
Above: the labeled sections I used in my container. Do what works for you!
This is the 4 section Linus Packet Organizer I found at the Container Store… LOVE this!
Die Cut Storing Tip:
Below: This is another great time saver/organizer I have in my craft room. I also got this container at the Container store (this one was from a few years ago), and I was storing my essentials like dimensionals, pearls, rhinestones, etc., in it.. but I found it works so well for my stash of die cut pieces!!!!!!!
You may be asking why do I have so many die cuts? I make 50 to 70 of each card design for customer thank you cards several times a month, so having this stash of die cuts is a huge time saver! I do have a wonderful neighbor that helps me by doing some bulk die cutting, and it works out well for both of us!!
I have a little container for all the tiny extra die cut pieces that end up on my table.. then I go through it often to add that little extra special touch to a project! This is just a Dollar Store plastic dish.. it doesn't have to be anything fancy, but I do find that "see through" is helpful for me.
Did you find a helpful tip today!?
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This year I made a big change in my craft room and organized all of my Stampin' UP! cardstock, ink pads and reinkers in Rainbow Order!! I have been thinking about it for years, and with the new color revamp this year, I decided rather than memorizing which colors were in which Stampin' UP! color families, I would just change to rainbow order!
Results: I LOVE IT!
ABOVE: my ink pad storage units from Stamp-n-Storage, show 2 styles of ink pad holders. The one on the bottom is for the new style Stampin' UP! ink pads only (it won't fit the old style). The one on top is the old style (see this post), and holds the old and new style pads. They offer MANY different styles of ink pad holders, and from June 8 to 18, 2018 you'll find some of them on sale at 15% off!
You can watch a video about the old vs. new style Stampin' UP! ink pads HERE.
Above: I redid my reinkers into rainbow order as well!! They are all in a drawer next to me as I craft, so I can easily grab them to reink my pads or use them for watercoloring techniques. I used retired candy dots and glimmer dots, some colored with Stampin' Blends or Sharpie markers, to try to capture a color close to the ink color, then I wrote the name on the lid with a fine tip Sharpie.
Like I mentioned above, I LOVE the rainbow order for my supplies! The great news is.. if you try it and you don't like it, it's so easy to change … but for me, this was a GREAT change! I love just being able to "browse the greens", or "browse the reds" at a glance!! :)
Click HERE for more info on my cardstock in Rainbow Order!
Click HERE to see paper storage options on Stamp-n-Storage website
I’m trying something new this year! Instead of organizing my Stampin’ Up! cardstock in the 4 color families and In Colors in separate paper holders, I combined them all into one big rainbow! I am LOVING my rainbow order cardstock organization so far!!! 🙂
As you may know, Stampin’ Up! is taking the opportunity to revamp our color families in honor of their 30 Year Anniversary!! Rather than put all my new colors into the new families, I decided to see how I’d like it in rainbow order!
My inspiration came from Monica Gale. Her cardstock is organized in one long horizontal rainbow row, but I don’t have room to do that.. so this is how I have mine!
You will notice that I modified my order a little from hers, because I put the white, vanilla, and neutrals on the left, separate from the rainbow. I am LOVING this rainbow order so far!! Do what works for you, and the great news is, you can change it around anytime! 🙂
I love my paper holders, see the Stamp-n-Storage 8-1/2×11 cardstock holders here.
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