Organization is key to a productive scrapbooking hobby. Knowing where your things are, and being able to access them easily is key to time management and giving yourself a bit more time to scrapbook.
These are the top 10 articles on scrapbooking organization. I hope they help you as much as getting organized has helped me with my scrapbooking. It’s a whole lot easier to get some pages complete when I know what I have and where it is.
Color sorting has become a favorite, easy to use way, for scrapbookers to organize their dozens of different supplies.
Every scrapbooker needs to be organized, and most scrapbookers wish they could find inexpensive or free methods for storage. Why wouldn’t you want to find products that were low cost or found in your own home.
When organizing stickers and die cuts, things can get tricky. There are so many different die cuts available and stickers…don’t even get me started there. On one single sticker sheet many different themes can technically be represented.
Everyone is always looking for storage and organizational solutions for ribbons and fibers. These embellishments are used so often, do not cost a lot and are extremely attractive and colorful additions to your layouts. However, storing them is a whole other problem.
Scrapbooker’s seem to always have a plethora of tools. From large eyelet setters to cutters, various sized scissors, circle cutters and even large die cut machines. Finding a storage method is usually a challenge. And finding space can also be a problem.
Often, even when I share great organizing advice, I still get an email or message asking which method I use. So I thought I’d share my method of storing all those monthly kits that we get and can’t stop subscribing to.
There is nothing better than being organized. That in itself can help save you money in the long run. However, getting to that point, sometimes seems like a long battle.
Face it, a small scrapbook space is really hard to work around. I’ve known scrapbookers who have had to use an area in the basement, a tiny portion of the living room or dining room, and even scrapbook in closets.
There are so many unique and creative ways to keep any area of your home organized. However, many scrapbookers, no matter how good their intentions are, have difficulty maintaining any form of organization.
Setting up your scrapbooking area can be lots of fun. Especially when you have some of the latest and greatest storage options and a really pretty gallon of paint. Here are some ways you can get started setting up your scrap area.
Nicole Humphrey writes articles for the Scrapbooking Blog, for the Frugal Blog, and for the Photography Blog. She also guest blogs on a variety of topics. You can read more of her articles by clicking here.