52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 38

Welcome to Week #38 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about the Travel Carry-all! Be sure to check it out.

This week I’ve been trying to be more in tune with what’s currently in my Studio so I created a…

Week 38: Project Inventory List

Paper Crafting Organization - Project Inventory List

Sometimes we just need a bit of function over fancy in our lives, which is why I created a Project Inventory List for myself. Something that can be easily printed and recycled.

The purpose of this list is to keep a running inventory of the things I want to purchase from Close To My Heart. Things like adhesives and embellishments that I need to restock, Stamp Sets and Papers for upcoming projects and so on.

As a quick little side-note, when I purchase a Stamp Set or an Ink Pad or anything that is a ‘one and done’ I use a yellow highlighter to mark it off in my catalog. This will quickly tell me if I’ve already purchased something. Things like Sparkles and Papers I don’t mark off because sometimes I like to purchase multiples of these items.

My overall plan is to keep my project list next to my computer and my CTMH Catalogs so that I can easily jot down items I may want/need. Then, once or twice a month, I will place an order for the things on my list. Once they arrive on my doorstep I will make sure everything is correct in the box and then I will promptly put the items away. This way I will always know when it’s time to reorder. Make sense?

How do you keep track of the things you’ve ordered from CTMH vs. the things you want to purchase? I’d love to hear about what you do in the comment section below!

Do you have Paper Crafting Organization questions?

Please be sure to leave your questions in the comment section below. I’d be more than happy to share a solution with you in an upcoming blog post.

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