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Storage?

Posted by Santacltr2 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 27, 05 at 9:06

How do you store all of your papers and things. I'm finding that I've tons of things that need seperating into what I want to use them for. I have them in those storage bins that rubbermaid has. I also have things form highsmith. Just looking for new ideas.


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RE: Storage?

The most organized paper sorting I've seen is in manila folders by color. The lady has those portable files she keeps the folders in.

I'm not that oranized. I have a paper taker that I keep my paper in. I'm running out of room and the 12 x 12 pages don't fit.


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Check QVC for ideas and products. Sometimes just looking will give me ideas. Also check magazines for pictures.


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If you go to the
Gallery over at Crafts and Decorations the photos of my craft room are still there. I think one on page 1 and the rest on page 2.
It doesn't always look that neat. we had a thread about storage that is still on one of the pages. It is easy to bounce over there and then come back here, hope you get some good ideas.


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I love my Scrapfolios. I think they are by generations. They are a plastic 12x12 accordian folder that has about 12 compartments in it. It zips up. I have several of these that I sort my pictures into and add the paper, embellishments, layout ideas, etc that I want to use with those particular photos. When I want to crop I just pull this out and my other supplies and get to work. They are about 12.00 at AC Moore and if you use your 40% off coupon they are very reasonable


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