52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 6

Welcome to Week #6 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour! Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about storing Cardstock Scraps. Be sure to check it out!

This week I want to talk about storage for my White Cardstock Scraps, since I store them separately from the rest. So if you’re ready let’s get to it!

Week 6: Storing White Cardstock Scraps

Paper Crafting Organization - CTMH Small Craft Organizer

For many, the ideal scenario is to store White Paper Scraps the same way their colored Scraps are stored, right? I did that for the longest time but ultimately decided I needed to find a different solution because I was noticing that I always had a ton of White Scraps, more so than any other color. So I decided to try Close To My Heart’s Small Craft Organizer.

In the middle of my room I have a sturdy desk where all of my creations come to life. The desk has a few drawers and a couple of long shelves where I like to store the things that can always be at my fingertips… like White Daisy Scraps!

White Daisy Scraps

As you can see in the photo, all the big Scrap pieces of White Cardstock sit off to one side of the box. On the left side of the box I put in a long tray that I picked up at the Dollar Store for holding smaller pieces of White Cardstock Scraps up to 12″ in length.

I rarely throw any of my White Scraps away because I can ALWAYS find a use for them. For example, I use the big pieces for photo mats, stamped pieces, etc. While the little pieces are for things like small embellishments or even scraps so that I can test out marker colors, watercolors, etc. Having these Scraps within arms reach has made all the difference in the world when it comes to Paper Crafting Organization!

Have questions? Please be sure to leave your questions in the comment section below. I’d also love to hear how you store your White Cardstock scraps!

Have a great week!

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