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Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas

Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas

BHG.com Decorating Storage Solutions Scrapbooking Storage 20 Creative Scrapbooking Storage Solutions Tidy up your scrapbooking supplies with these easy storage solutions. Pin ****, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Print Facebook Twitter Google Plus Email Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Scrapbooking Storage Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room The Ultimate Scrapbooking Cabinet The Ultimate Scrapbooking Room *****-and-White Scrapbook Room Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Show Off Your Paper Use vertical paper storage holders to store a lot of paper in a little amount of space. Sort paper by color to make it easy to find 2 of 21 Hang Up Your Supplies Control your punch supplies with an easy hanging system. These 1-**** metal rails from the hardware store are attached to the wall using small hooks. Slide your punchers onto the rail for a simple storage solution. 3 of 21 Reinvent a Rolodex Use your Rolodex for more than just business cards. Slip metal dies into clear card protectors then sort by letter. 4 of 21 Save Digital Images Always create a backup of your digital images by burning them to a CD or DVD. Make sure to label the disk properly; or make an index of the images on the discs. Then place in jewel cases for easy access. 5 of 21 Handy Ribbon Storage Use ribbon as a decorative accent. Placing scraps of ribbon in glass canisters is a great way to keep scraps tidy and add color to your space. For your favorite rolls, hang a small rod and place ribbon across, sorting by color or pattern. 6 of 21 Take a Spin Keep your tools in reach with a lazy Susan. Organize by type of tools and label accordingly to ensure they return to the right spot. 7 of 21 Use a Binder Keep unmounted stamps in one place with an inexpensive three-ring binder. Store the binder on a shelf for easy access. 8 of 21 Stash the Goods Don’t have time to scrap the last concert or trip you took? Save ticket stubs, name tags, and souvenirs in an accordion file until you’re ready to sit down and create a ********* page. 9 of 21 On Display Make your space feel more artsy by displaying your stamps on small, shallow shelves. Found in a variety of finishes, these shelves are sure to add a unique touch to your walls. 10 of 21 Organize Your Ribbon Keep your ribbon neatly organized in inexpensive floss containers. Wrap ribbon that is less than a yard around the paper spools. Then organize by color and pattern, making it easy to find what you’re looking for. 11 of 21 Scrapping on the Go This modular storage system makes it super easy to move your supplies where you need. From small tools to paper, this storage unit can hold it all, then roll into the closet once you’re done scrapbooking. 12 of 21 Store Your Images Store your prints in archival photo boxes to keep them in ******* condition while they wait to be scrapped. Create tabs for each topic or time range, making it easy to return to later. 13 of 21 Easy Embellishment Storage Keep small accents in clear jars, then place in a spice-jar organizer for easy storage without spending *** bucks. 14 of 21 Stash Foam Stamps Use ***** mat board and hook-and-loop tape to create a handy system for foam stamps. Cut the mat board to fit in a sturdy holder such as magazine files or document storage boxes. Then attach the hook-and-loop tape to the stamp and the board, leaving a small space between each stamp. 15 of 21 Use Pegboard Dress up empty wall space with a pegboard storage area. Buy pegboard at your local hardware store. Then add molding around the edges and paint according to your room. Customize your board with other gadgets such as hooks, baskets, and shelves. 16 of 21 Show Off Your Supplies Use inexpensive thrift-store jars to show off your supplies as a decorative item in your craft room. Clear jars make it easy to quickly spot an embellishment you need. 17 of 21 Utilize Drawer Space Make the most out of the space under your cabinets with rolling drawers. Store paper, ribbon, and other supplies in this handy space. 18 of 21 Make a Magnetic Board Don’t let magnet stamps put you in a storage bind. Purchase a board with a metallic or chalk board finish. Then stick the magnetic stamps to the board. 19 of 21 Create a Paper File For small space solutions, store paper in an accordion file. Sorting paper by color will make it easy to find for your next project. 20 of 21 Take a Spin Find just the right paint color by placing tubes in a handy spinning spice rack or lazy Susan. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room Leah Fung, a Scrapbooks etc. contributing editor, remodeled her nursery into an organized scrapbook room using low-cost storage pieces and creative ideas. Check out how she keeps her scrapbook supplies tidy and nearby. Begin Slideshow » Related The Ultimate Scrapbooking Cabinet The Ultimate Scrapbooking Room *****-and-White Scrapbook Room
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Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Scrapbooking Storage Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room The Ultimate Scrapbooking Cabinet The Ultimate Scrapbooking Room *****-and-White Scrapbook Room Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Show Off Your Paper Use vertical paper storage holders to store a lot of paper in a little amount of space. Sort paper by color to make it easy to find 2 of 21 Hang Up Your Supplies Control your punch supplies with an easy hanging system. These 1-**** metal rails from the hardware store are attached to the wall using small hooks. Slide your punchers onto the rail for a simple storage solution. 3 of 21 Reinvent a Rolodex Use your Rolodex for more than just business cards. Slip metal dies into clear card protectors then sort by letter. 4 of 21 Save Digital Images Always create a backup of your digital images by burning them to a CD or DVD. Make sure to label the disk properly; or make an index of the images on the discs. Then place in jewel cases for easy access. 5 of 21 Handy Ribbon Storage Use ribbon as a decorative accent. Placing scraps of ribbon in glass canisters is a great way to keep scraps tidy and add color to your space. For your favorite rolls, hang a small rod and place ribbon across, sorting by color or pattern. 6 of 21 Take a Spin Keep your tools in reach with a lazy Susan. Organize by type of tools and label accordingly to ensure they return to the right spot. 7 of 21 Use a Binder Keep unmounted stamps in one place with an inexpensive three-ring binder. Store the binder on a shelf for easy access. 8 of 21 Stash the Goods Don’t have time to scrap the last concert or trip you took? Save ticket stubs, name tags, and souvenirs in an accordion file until you’re ready to sit down and create a ********* page. 9 of 21 On Display Make your space feel more artsy by displaying your stamps on small, shallow shelves. Found in a variety of finishes, these shelves are sure to add a unique touch to your walls. 10 of 21 Organize Your Ribbon Keep your ribbon neatly organized in inexpensive floss containers. Wrap ribbon that is less than a yard around the paper spools. Then organize by color and pattern, making it easy to find what you’re looking for. 11 of 21 Scrapping on the Go This modular storage system makes it super easy to move your supplies where you need. From small tools to paper, this storage unit can hold it all, then roll into the closet once you’re done scrapbooking. 12 of 21 Store Your Images Store your prints in archival photo boxes to keep them in ******* condition while they wait to be scrapped. Create tabs for each topic or time range, making it easy to return to later. 13 of 21 Easy Embellishment Storage Keep small accents in clear jars, then place in a spice-jar organizer for easy storage without spending *** bucks. 14 of 21 Stash Foam Stamps Use ***** mat board and hook-and-loop tape to create a handy system for foam stamps. Cut the mat board to fit in a sturdy holder such as magazine files or document storage boxes. Then attach the hook-and-loop tape to the stamp and the board, leaving a small space between each stamp. 15 of 21 Use Pegboard Dress up empty wall space with a pegboard storage area. Buy pegboard at your local hardware store. Then add molding around the edges and paint according to your room. Customize your board with other gadgets such as hooks, baskets, and shelves. 16 of 21 Show Off Your Supplies Use inexpensive thrift-store jars to show off your supplies as a decorative item in your craft room. Clear jars make it easy to quickly spot an embellishment you need. 17 of 21 Utilize Drawer Space Make the most out of the space under your cabinets with rolling drawers. Store paper, ribbon, and other supplies in this handy space. 18 of 21 Make a Magnetic Board Don’t let magnet stamps put you in a storage bind. Purchase a board with a metallic or chalk board finish. Then stick the magnetic stamps to the board. 19 of 21 Create a Paper File For small space solutions, store paper in an accordion file. Sorting paper by color will make it easy to find for your next project. 20 of 21 Take a Spin Find just the right paint color by placing tubes in a handy spinning spice rack or lazy Susan. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room Ultra Organized Scrapbooking Room Leah Fung, a Scrapbooks etc. contributing editor, remodeled her nursery into an organized scrapbook room using low-cost storage pieces and creative ideas. Check out how she keeps her scrapbook supplies tidy and nearby. Begin Slideshow » Related The Ultimate Scrapbooking Cabinet The Ultimate Scrapbooking Room *****-and-White Scrapbook Room

Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas

Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas
Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas
Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas
Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas
Scrapbook Paper Storage Ideas

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