52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 37
Welcome to Week #37 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about the Paper Strip Saver! Be sure to check it out.
This week I have Scrapbooking Retreats on my mind. How do you tote your belongings?
Week 37: The Travel Carry-all
One of the best things I ever did was invest in Close To My Heart’s Travel Carry-all with system pieces! It’s made traveling to Retreats and Crops an absolute breeze! Instead of dragging a big, blocky bag with me filled with gobs and gobs of scrapbooking supplies, this system makes things much easier to carry. Consider this…
- Sturdy and pretty.
- Can store a variety of different objects from paper to boxes, and books.
- Could work great for a weekend getaway luggage piece.
- Easy on the back because you aren’t lifting ALL of your scrapbooking products at one time.
- Perfect size to travel on a plane.
- Has an optional insert to keep projects separated.
- The trolley, sold separately, is super compact when folded
- Two Carry-all’s will fit onto one trolley!
- The Trolley has a kickstand for stability when the Carry-all is open.
- Available matching accessories.
When I am not traveling with my scrapbooking supplies I like to keep this bad-boy packed away in my studio closet with the tools I need to travel. Things like adhesive, scissors, a paper trimmer, stamping blocks, etc.
Which pieces would I recommend to someone wanting this system? I would start with…
- A Carry-all. Even though having 2 is the best!
- One paper insert. Which I keep in the bottom Carry-all when two are stacked. It’s just more sturdy that way. Plus, if you have 2 Carry-all’s you really want to be able to fit things other than paper in it.
- A trolley. You don’t want to have to carry it when you can push or pull it, right?
Already have this fantastic product? Tell me what your favorite piece and feature is in the comment section below!
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