Piles of paper and stacks of stickers quickly become an overwhelming mess for scrappers. But a simple cabinet and a few organizational tools can create an efficient and tidy scrapbooking station.
Having lots of fun scrapbooking papers, stickers, and embellishments is a good problem to have. But when all those goods become a jumbled mess, it's hard to be creative. A solution? An efficient and well-planned scrapbooking cabinet where every paper and sticker has its place.
An unfinished entertainment center was given a custom look with a little bit of paint. Inside, the armoire was divided into zones for streamlined organization. Photos, papers, tools, embellishments, references, and resources all have a designated spot.
These plastic cases look great with the overall design of the armoire. Plus, the compartments are tailored to fit all sorts of supplies. The sturdy structure of the cases safeguards paper supplies that are easily bent.
Many scrapbookers have an affinity for pretty papers. An expandable accordion binder organizes your loose sheets of paper. Try filing your papers by colors, occasions, themes, or types. Look for binders with label tabs for an extra dose of organization.
Keep your frequently used tools and supplies close at hand. Here, mesh baskets are hung along magnetic strips held in place by foam mounting tape. The baskets keep supplies visible and make use of the armoire's back wall space.
Pretty green baskets keep with the color scheme of the armoire, but are more than just a decoration. The baskets are the perfect size for filing packaged stickers and embellishments. Cardboard dividers keep similar stickers and embellishments grouped together.
From the outside, you wouldn't know just how much this portable tote can hold. This compact tote opens to reveal nesting trays, pockets, and pouches. The tote is perfect for storing stamping or other scrapbook gear. The suitcase-inspired design makes the case handy to transport.
The lower, open compartment of the armoire is ideal for storing bigger items, like the tote bag and accordion files, with room to spare. Boxes of pictures also fit nicely into the compartment.