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Friday, August 13, 2010

Sticker Storage Solutions


Today we're dishing about sticker storage. Amy, Tanis, and Tobi are here to show you how they store their SRM Stickers!


by Amy:

I store all my stickers in this binder. It's a heavy duty one that I got at Staples, the largest width they have. I have the catalog in the front pocket for easy reference. Then I have the spine labeled for easy access, too. I also store all my stamps this way, too, so I have a bunch of different categories all color-coded.

When you first open my binder, I have all my small calendars on the inside pocket, then I have an archival safe pocket for each category. Love, Thanks, Baby, etc.

I have one section for Holidays - and I have them in calendar year order, and I cycle them for the closest holiday is on top, then they go to the back once it's passed. I have a section for the calendar stickers which includes numbers and the months - but for instance all the baby stuff stays together - calendar and non-calendar. I will be adding a couple more pockets for the new stickers, too. It keeps things really organized and easy to find whenever I use my stickers.











by Tanis:

My storage solutions to everything are always cheap. My craft stuff is never out in the open, so it doesn't need to be pretty. I didn't go shopping - I just used what I had. A plastic shoebox, some file folders that I cut to fit and some old card stock that I'll never use that I cut to form tabs.

And voila. Not pretty, but practical. All in categories, my favourite sentiment sheets and quick card stickers in the front, categorized by theme. I put my quick card sheets into ziplocs so they wouldn't get lost in the shuffle.









by Tobi:

I use stampendous thicker storage cases for a couple of different storage solutions. I like to store my stickers amongst my cardstock for easy access.. Can you spot it?? Being a card-maker, I just need my most-used stickers on hand, and this storage solution doesn't take up much room. I keep the SRM Stickers Catalog in the back, and all the stickers on top! I usually store the quick cards on top of the Everyday stickers, on top of the sticker sentiments...










I don't know about you, but I'm now motivated to remove my stickers from their ziplock bags and get organized! I hope you enjoyed a peek into how a few of our Design Team members handle storage and organization of their stickers. I'd still love to see YOUR method - email me with photos! I'll be posting more sticker storage tips and tricks next week and I may highlight your storage solution!

Have a terrific weekend, see you on the other side as we continue to showcase new SRM, including a back-to-school day full of projects from our Designers, and a two-day Cosmo Cricket feature!


jenyfur

13 comments:

{VICKI} said...

Great ideas from everyone but I think I'll just stick to my expandable file folder

{VICKI} said...

Great ideas from everyone but I think I'll just stick to my expandable file folder

Shirley said...

great ideas!

deana said...

Great ideas, girls! I use a 3-ring binder like Amy. Although my page protectors are very flimsy. Must buy new ones, as they are falling apart! :-(

Rose said...

fantastic ideas ladies!! thanks for sharing :) Tanis, your just my style!! i am going to hunt around my home now as i know i have these items. :)

Kelly Massman said...

GREAT idea! I really need to be more organized!!!!!

Lb Scrapgirl said...

love Tanis' file folders, but i want to know her list of categories/subjects. i was run into trouble trying to think of everything possibility.

Manhattan Mandie said...

Love the binder idea!

Kathy said...

Great ideas ladies and loved all the photos too :)

Deirdre said...

Great ideas.... thanks for sharing all the methods of storing your wonderful stickers with us all.

Melissa Elsner said...

I like that binder idea! I'm a binder girl. Right now I have them all stuffed in a manila type folder and it's getting too full! Maybe I just need to make more stuff??

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Shannon Gray said...

After reading your blog post, it motivates me to organize my stickers since I've got lot of different types of stickers. Just really love to collect stickers.

 
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