Organizing your sticker stash doesn't have to be a sticky
situation. Thanks to these five simple approaches, it's a breeze to find an
orderly system that works for your unique scrapbooking style.
Container: Store your stickers in a decorative rack that you can hang above
your creative workspace. This approach will keep the creativity at your
fingertips without interfering with your desk space.
Sticker Spinner: Finding the sticker sheet you need is just a twist away
with this organized approach. Turn a paper-towel holder into a rotating sticker
station by first sliding pieces of sturdy cardstock into 8.5" x 11"
sheet protectors (for added stability) and then inserting your stickers. Once
your page protectors are loaded, attach them together with binder clips, and
slide those clips around the center of your paper-towel holder.
Bonus Idea: If premade is your preferred method when it comes to
finding organization solutions, check out the Clip-It-Up by Simply
Organization: You don't have to be a legal eagle to find the benefits in
accordion-file folders. They're an ideal choice for stashing your stickers. For
one, they open up nice and wide, giving you easy access to the contents. Also,
they can quickly be tucked away when you're in between craft happenings. Plus,
if you like to scrap on the go, they're a wonderful grab-and-go solution!
Case: Add a decorative touch to your creative space that doubles as
organization with a stylish basket. Whether you have one basket for all of your
stickers or you choose to keep separate baskets for separate sticker themes,
this approach will keep your collection out where you can see it and make the
most of it!
the Wire: Maximize your closet space, and hang your favorite sticker sheets
across a curtain wire. This will leave you more shelf space for larger and
heavier items, and you can just slide the stickers aside whenever you need to
access the rest of your closet-contained goodies.
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--Megan Hoeppner, Creating Keepsakes creative editor