I’m often asked “How do you store your… (insert card making supply here)”. So here’s a video where I show you how I store my card making supplies (paper, paper scraps, stamps, punches, ribbon, embellishments, framelit dies, etc) and talk about how I organize my craft space.
How I store my card making supplies & organize my craft space… You can order Stamp-n-Storage products at https://www.stampnstorage.com/#a_aid=inkitup (That's my affiliate link so they'll give me a little something for sending you their way with no additional cost to you. I love their storage products & as you can see in the video I really do use them!!)
Posted by Jessica Taylor on Tuesday, October 24, 2017
(Tip: If you don’t have sound, click on the little volume icon in the bottom right corner of the video.)
If you’d like to read through the comments for this video just click on the little Facebook icon in the bottom right corner of the video. I answer a few more of your organizing questions there!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. That means they’ll give me a little something for sending you their way with no additional cost to you. I love Stamp-n-Storage products & as you can see in the video, I really do use them!!
The paper, ink pad & punch storage organizers plus the Magnet Cards shown in the video are from Stamp-n-Storage. They have a variety of storage solutions that may fit your space better, but here are links to the exact ones that I use:
60 Standard Ink Pad Holder plus I use these Spacers for the new Stampin’ Up! ink pads and other smaller ink pads.
Standard Lock Down Punch Holder
Three-Tier Paper Holder (I have two of these for 8.5×11 paper)
Standard Paper Holder for 12×12 paper (I store this under my desk)
Magnet Cards (I mostly use the 5×7 size)
Since the video I also added a Marker Holder for Stampin’ Blends that I use on my desk to store both my Stampin’ Blends and my most used Stampin’ Write markers.
Also mentioned in the video: Pentel Clic Erasers.
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