52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 10

Welcome to Week #10 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour! Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about Paper Storage Pockets, so be sure to check it out.

This week I want to talk about another way that I’m organizing my Patterned Paper Scraps…

Week 10: Paper Envelopes

CTMH Paper Envelopes

Remember back to week #6 when I talked about storing my White Daisy Cardstock Scraps in Small Craft Organizer Boxes? Well I started storing my Patterned Paper Scraps that way too.

With each new Seasonal Book from Close To My Heart I tend to acquire lots of paper scraps as I create my projects. Since I have a hard time parting with scraps, I have decided that I will start dumping them into the Box until I decide to sort them by theme into Paper Envelopes. Here’s how it will work…

I have already sorted through ALL of my retired paper scraps, ditching the pieces that are too small. Then, I used my Cricut to cut out some lettering which I adhered to some CTMH Paper Envelopes. To get then to fit just right in my Kallax I turned each envelope on their side. Here are some of the themes I used for sorting…

Z334 Paper Envelopes from CTMH

Christmas | Winter | Valentine’s | Spring | Easter | Baby
Birthday | Summer | Halloween | Autumn | Masculine | Neutral

Did you notice that I have 12 categories? My Plan is to start using up my scraps, to the best of my ability, by pulling out an Envelope each month and making a few random projects with them. I can also take an envelope with me to any of my local events and let my customers pick through them as we make a project together. The possibilities are pretty endless.

What are some other themes you can think of for sorting scraps? Perhaps by color/shades? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Do you have Paper Crafting Organization questions?

Please leave your questions in the comment section below. I’m here to help you get organize your craft area to the best of my ability.

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