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
A lot of the items used in the Get Organized Challenge revolve around the Scraprack. It’s a wonderful system, but it’s definitely meant for people who enjoy flipping and perusing their supplies.
If you’re a crafter like me, flipping drives you crazy! I want things out, visible, at my fingertips, easily attainable so that I waste no time getting back to what I was doing.
Some of my favorite things are the Stash N Store Line. They hold Stickles, paints, glitter glue, washi tape, and just about everything you can fit in one! Here’s a link to get your own!
Totally Tiffany’s ribbon storage boxes are really useful too. If you’re a wreath maker, card maker, or scrapbooker, you have a lot of ribbon. Here’s how to contain it and make it portable for crops & crafting away from home.
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