Here’s What I’ve Been Organizing Lately!

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Getting organized in my craft area (and life!) has been a process. I’m definitely getting closer to really feeling organized in my new area, and today I want to share some of my recent organization projects with you.

Click to see my top 3 craft room organization tips! Get organized today and LOVE spending time in your craft space!

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Watch along with this video to hear all about my recent projects of organizing my blending brushes, embellishments, card mats and bases, paper scraps, punches, and stamps. Hopefully you’ll find some tips to help you!

Did you hear any tips that will help you? Comment below and let me know!

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6 Replies to “Here’s What I’ve Been Organizing Lately!”

  1. Pat T.

    I keep a three ring binder for all my stamps. I have dividers labeled “sentiments”, “nature”, “animals”, “Christmas”, “baby”, “birthday” etc. When I get a new stamp I make photocopies of the front of the box or stamp set. I make as many copies as categories they will fill. E.G. if there are sentiments or embellishment type stamps included with the animals, I would make 3 photo copies. I use a three hole punch in the copies and place them behind the dividers where they belong. I number each stamp set and place the corresponding number on the copied page in my binder. Then I line up the stamps by number in a drawer. It is easy for me to flip though the pages of the binder and find the stamps I want and then locate them in my drawer. It may sound complicated but it does not take much time and helps my to locate the stamps when I want to use them. I find this easier than searching the tiny stamps on the spine of the SU box. Plus I have stamps from other distributors who do not use those boxes.

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    • Anna Helman Post author

      There are so many ways to organize stamps, and it sounds like you’ve found the perfect way that works for you! This is a great idea – thank you for sharing!

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  2. Linda Snyder

    Here’s how I organize my scraps. I make a file folder for each color, taping the sides with packing tape. Then I put them a Walmart portable plastic file box using hanging file folders. They are sorted by colors alphabetically. Even small scraps can be used.

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