Here’s what tools I carry with me, to have easy access when I’m scrapbooking. It’s very handy to have the following items with you when you are making layouts or cards.Continue reading “Scrapbooker’s Tool Bag”
A good friend recently asked how I store my scrapbooking paper, and I made the following suggestions. You have to find what works for you, but I have these suggestions!Continue reading “Updated Paper Storage”
Trying out a new way to store my embossing folders. I find I’m not using them very often because I have them stored in a little box that is a little hard to flip thru them.
Bought this new case from Michael’s Recollections to hold my folders. It has 40 clear pockets, black background, and has a zipper closure.
There are many ways to organize your paper, and I’ve tried many of them! My main advice is this — you want to store the paper vertically so that you can easily flip through it to find what you are looking for.
We collect so much PAPER for scrapbooking and card making. How to store it all? In this video I show some ways creative ways to store 12×12, 8.5×11, 6×6, and 4×6 paper.
As a professional organizer, I’m highly interested in the science of what makes us surround ourselves with stuff. And what is the limit, I mean, when do you reach that tipping point and consider it hoarding?
I recently watched a few YouTube videos about this compulsion and learned a lot more about Hoarding.
- Humanizing Hoarding – Jennifer Hanzlick – hoarders need our empathy
- Is your stuff stopping you – Elizabeth Dulemba – sold her possessions to accomplish her bucket list