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At some point, every scrapbooker feels totally unorganized and will have a hard time coming up with scrapbook organization ideas.
With all the new embellishments, card stock and scrapbook supplies you buy, it's easy to outgrow your space!
That's why in this guide I'll show you 5 simple steps and ideas to get your mess of scrapbooking supplies organized fast!
Clear storage box with dividers $10 - $20
This is by far the cheapest option, and it does the job perfectly.
Dividers are an excellent scrapbook paper storage that will sort your cardstock into complimentary colors.
And the fact the storage box is clear makes it easy to pop the lid and grab what you're looking for.
The way the paper sits in the box also ensures it's protected and the lid keeps the dust out!
This is a great option if you have under 250 sheets of card stock.
Craft drawers (varying in price from $20 - $40)
Craft drawers are a great solution for storing paper, however they have one main drawback.
Your way of organizing your paper is limited by the amount of drawers you have.
So if you only have four drawers, then you'd only be able to categorize your paper into four groups.
This isn't a problem if say you were organizing your papers by seasonal colors. But if you wanted to go further and organize by theme, then you might need another solution.
If you're interested in craft drawers, you might also want to look into other scrapbooking organization furniture like craft paper shelves. They look similar but the draws obviously close and protect your card stock from dust. The shelves will leave everything exposed.
Storage paper rack ($30 - $40)
If you find yourself scrapping and crafting a LOT then a paper rack is a good solution. Your paper is instantly accessible and often a paper rack sits nicely on your desk.
Not to mention the lovely colors all your on display papers give to your room!
However as with the paper shelf, your card stock is exposed to the elements, so watch out when you're using spray inks!
The bottom line is - there's lots of solutions and ideas for organizing your paper, just pick the one that makes sense for you right now.
Tip: save your scrapbook paper scraps and get these paper scraps sorted by color in a separate container, they are perfect for making adorable mini scrapbook pages.
Wait! Once You Have Your Scrapbook Supplies, Then You'll Need To Know How To Get Organized....Let Me Show You...
♥How to organize all your photos in 7 days or less!
♥How to store your photos safely and protect them from rot and decay...
♥How to always have the perfect pictures to scrap at your fingertips!
The reason we scrapbook is to preserve the memories behind our precious photos. But what happens when you've got a mountain of photos piling up?
You spend more time looking for your pictures than actually scrapping them!🤣
So here's how we're going to organize your photos...
This means, organize in order, so by year.
So oldest photos to most recent is the easiest way to do this.
You could have boxes of photos by year. Or on your computer storage folders on Google drive of all your pictures from a certain year.
In fact, if you take a lot of photos on your cell phone, if you synch it to Google drive, your photos should be automatically time stamped. Which means they'll be organized from oldest to most recent!
Here at Scrapbooking Coach we also have a book that helps you sort, and store all your photos and pictures.
You can find out more about that here.