My family, crafting, and organization make my heart sing! I love to spend time with my family at our many activities but when I get a little down time, I can be found crafting away. I’m into scrapbooking and crafting of all types, and most recently dove into stamping. My personal joy is finding a new use for something old, and making something ugly beautiful again!
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.
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.
Packing for a crop? A multi-day retreat? Need some portable options for packing your small stuff for home and for away? I absolutely LOVE Totally-Tiffany’s Laura Packmaster! As with all of her products, it’s made very well and features see-through areas so you can quickly locate your products. Pink, turquoise, or purple…you get your pick of your favorite color.
Here’s a video of how Tiffany packs her Laura bag.
You can simply put in your favorite Totally-Tiffany clear plastic organizer bags or any other bags & boxes of your small stuff you need to bring with you when you craft away from home. Here’s a link to get your own on Amazon!