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How to Store 12×12 Paper

By October 26, 2017Organization

Patterned Paper, Scrapbook Paper, Designer Series Paper… Whatever you call your 12×12 papers they can be a challenge to store and organize. In this video I’ll share how I store mine and give you a few tips for how you might want to store yours…

(Tip: If you don’t have sound, click on the little volume icon in the bottom right corner of the video.)

As shown in the video, my 12×12 papers are stored in a 12×12 Standard Paper Holder from Stamp-n-Storage.

Do you have other tips for storing 12×12 papers? We’d love to hear them! Leave a comment and share your best tips with us.

Happy Stamping!


P.S. If you missed my previous video you’ll want to go watch it here: How I store my Card Making Supplies & Organize my Craft Space

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  • Rachel Brooks says:

    Wish I could get more “barebones” with my supplies like you are, but have TONS of 12 x 12 papers. Thinking of easiest/best way to pare down stamp sets, paper and stuff. I have 12 x 12 white shelf units from Hobby Lobby (on sale when I got them) that are easy to assemble and sturdy. I have one with current papers and then I have a large cabinet of shelves with past paper selections and then a LARGE acrylic (I guess) unit I bought from an ad locally that holds LOTS of other 12 x 12 papers. My 8 1/2 x 11 I have in hanging files with a file folder in front for scraps. I find this great and have them in alpha order by series. I’d hate to count how many stamp sets I have that have never seen ink. Some I dearly love and could never part with, but others it’s “WHAT was I thinking???” Stamp sets are in a wonderful CD rack (30, I believe), in a shelved hutch type piece, in a large hutch piece, and old Christmas in a special area. I also have some ODB stamps, and few others. MUST thin out.

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