That's awesome!!! I've heard of Totally Tiffany and have a few of her paper holders. I'll look her up. Thanks!sdwhru wrote: ↑Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:36 amJillinIN wrote: ↑Tue Jan 21, 2020 6:04 pmThanks everyone for sharing what's working for you.
Paper, I think, is my downfall. My card stocks are organized by color. But my print paper is organized in so many ways; some by color, some by manufacturer, some by theme, some are in pads, some in packs that include die cuts or stickers. They're everywhere! When I scrap a lot I know what I have and where to look, but if I take a break, I forget what I have.
Mine are by colors and theme. If you are interested go look up Totally Tiffany's get organized challenge. She is a scrapbooker and yes, she does sell her organizing tools but she has some really good organizing tips/tricks (whatever you want to call them). I can pretty well find anything I want it 15 seconds or less in my scraproom.
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That's a great goal!Monroe1218 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:48 pmI have started the Great Scrap Room Organization Project of 2020 at my house. I've made a goal to touch every item in there and decide whether to keep it or send it elsewhere. So far, I've made it through patterned paper and cardstock, metal embellishments (other than brads and eyelets), bling and washi tape. I made myself a list of the categories I have to go through. It's time consuming but I am weeding out a lot of items that I will never use. I probably won't get ANY scrapping done this month but I feel like I am setting myself up to be far more productive!
I'm sure you're exactly right. It's so much easier to be productive in a well organized space.