If you haven’t already figured it out, I’m a huge Totally-Tiffany fan. I have a lot of her organizational items for my craft room, and follow a lot of her beliefs regarding organizing your scrapbook room. The bonus? A lot of her organizational ideas spill over into the remainder of your home.
Today, she’s discussing “powering through your paper” to organize your craft paper.
Power Through Your Paper
To say the Get Organized Challenge changed my crafting life sounds like an understatement. I am not getting paid, endorsed, or rewarded in any way to share this GOC with you. The GOC is a weekly live podcast that you can watch later as often as you want.
Tiffany of Totally-Tiffany.com breaks down scrapbook storage and organization by item — stamps, inks, paper, embellishments — you name it! Watch the live broadcast or the podcast of only the ones you need help with, or do like I did: Watch the entire thing several times.
I have completely and totally organized my crafting, and it is wonderful. Not only can I find things quickly, but being organized means YOU USE YOUR STUFF. If you can’t find it, you can’t use it.
Many of my items were purchased through T-t.com but they can also be found on Amazon.
Do yourself a favor and check out the Get Organized Challenge. It’s free, it’s weekly, and it starts the 16th.
Get Organized Challenge
I posted a few weeks ago about how I’m organizing my embossing folders. I use Totally Tiffany’s Karen plastic bag with a plastic box inside. I made little folders on my Cricut and embossed each folder with the folder that it holds. I numbered them all so I can find where they go when I’m done with them.
I went one step further, as I’m following Totally Tiffany’s Get Organized Challenge. I made small tags on my Cricut machine and laminated them. I then embossed each tag with each embossing folder I have and numbered the tags. I punched holes in each tag, and put them all on a D ring. Now I have a quick flip ring I can bring with me when shopping (to prevent buying duplicates), and also a quick and easy way to see what I own and grab the correct folder without digging through each of my three bags.
It’s working fantastic for me, and I hope it works for you, too! I’m including the link to the bags below. They’re very affordable if you’re a frugal crafter like me! Happy November & craft on!