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More Cardstock Storage ...

Trolley-full-of-paper Just a quick one for you today. 

More storage ideas for those people who love reorganising their stash.

Remember I showed you my new trolley that I keep my cardstock in - all stocked up for this year's classes and my creative bursts at my desk. 

(Its here if you didn't catch it.) 

Coloured Cardstock Storage - Part 2

I have another more portable storage crate that I keep a few sheets of each Stampin' Up! colour in.  Here it is.  I can grab it and take it to the spot I'm working in, or even shove it in the boot if I'm off to do some craft with someone else.


I got this idea from some lovely lady on Splitcoast Stampers.  Can't recall who but if anyone knows give me a holler and I'll put a link on.

Each colour family has its own manila folder colour, plus another for the neutrals/specialty papers and another for the in colours.

I've used my trusty just about worn out Dymo labeller to make labels for each folder.  Easy to flick through and find the colour I'm after.


I got the crate from Big W, it has a lid too for keeping the dust off.  My sister got an even sturdier version at Officeworks.

Hannah's Scrapbooking

Hannah wanted me to post her latest scrapbooking efforts.  I think she's gotten more done than me this week.  Here's the title page she made for her new album.


And one of her pages.  She rescued some circle photos of Jack from the scrap pile (from my Christmas card making) and added some photos from the 'spare photos' pile.


(Plaster comes off next week!)  OK better go.  Hannah and I are enjoying 'The Magic Faraway Tree' and I think its time for another chapter.

More scrapbooking from me plus some tips for getting more done in 2009 coming soon in my latest Aussie Article.  Keep an eye out for it over at Aussie Scrapbooking.




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