Welcome to Week #45 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about Making-do with what you have! Be sure to check it out.
This week let’s talk about…
Week 45: Covers & Labels
There are so many times when I physically print items such as Sketches or Tutorials but don’t have a solid place to put them. Instead of stacking a ton of papers in a corner or on my desk, I decided to invest in some Happy Planner Big Deluxe Covers.
While I thought about running a title of removable vinyl down the spine, I decided to invest in some CTMH Label Holders instead. This way I can easily tell each of my ‘books’ apart when I want to grab something in particular, like Sketches. I hope that makes sense. The CTMH Label Holders are awesome on CTMH Albums, too, which is their original purpose.
I’ve used several Happy Planners over the years and when each one retires I save the outer covers and ditch my old planner pages. Once I started buying sturdy covers (like the ones shown left) my old laminated covers have been reborn into great use! I simply slide one of the covers onto several discs and slide it into the back pocket of the study cover. Then, as I print Sketches and things I can easily pop the pages into my book using the awesome Punch system.
How are you currently storing Paper Crafting Pages you print? Have you considered a system like this? I’d love to hear your t thoughts!
Do you have Paper Crafting Organization questions?
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