Storage is one of the most important tasks for a paper crafter. Proper storing methods ensure that you can find what you need quickly and keep your supplies from dust and accidental wearing or damage. So today we are going to give you some instructions on how you should store your supplies.
Cardstock is used for a variety of purposes, including making cards, scrapbooking, and other paper crafts. It's also easy to damage cardstock if you don't store it properly, so there are many ways to keep your cardstock safe from damage. Cardstock storage can be done in several ways, including using:
Cardboard or plastic storage bins. These bins have various sizes available, which means that you can easily find a size that will fit your needs. They're also inexpensive and easy to find at most office supply stores or online retailers like Amazon and Walmart.com. Some of these bins come with dividers that allow you to separate different types of cardstock into individual compartments within the crate or box itself. This makes it easy to store different types of cardstock together in one place without damaging them by bumping into each other during transport or while being stored on shelves or in cabinets at home or work.
Plastic sleeves with pockets for holding individual sheets of paper. These sleeves protect individual sheets of paper from getting damaged by bumps or scrapes while they're being transported, but they also allow
Stamp storage is a bit more complex, but it's still fairly simple to organize. Here are some suggestions for keeping your stamps organized:
Stamp Boxes. If you don't want to buy an entire stamp storage system, you can simply buy some stamp boxes instead. These come in various sizes as well and will help you keep your stamps contained in one place rather than spread out over different surfaces in your craft room or office.
Folders. We sell folders that are specifically designed for storing stickers or other crafting supplies like dies and sticker. Our folders have individual compartments for each type of stamps (holiday themes, sports teams, etc.). Try viewing our online store for these wonderful cases.
Stickers are a great way to add some fun and color to your cards, scrapbook pages, and other projects. But they can be difficult to store and use. Sticker storage can be as simple as using a regular file folder.
File folders – Use our file folder to store your stickers. You can keep the sticker sheets in one section and then label the tabs with different themes or types of stickers so you know what’s in each section. You can also use a hanging file folder if you don’t want to cut up the original packaging that came with the stickers.
Embellishments are a necessity in the craft world. They can be used to add a little something extra to your project or just as decoration. Want to store all those tiny embellishments that come with your craft projects? There are many ways to store your embellishments, but I’ve found that using plastic boxes works best for me. You can find these at any craft store and they come in many different sizes. The ones I use have an insert that fits into the bottom of each box, making it easy to organize by size or color!
Storing your adhesives and tools is a must. You don't want them just sitting around in their original packaging or a large box. It's a good idea to have a small container or bin for each type of adhesive, as well as one for any tools you use (scissors, hole punches, etc.) For example, use one small box or bin for all of your double-sided tape supplies and another bin for all of your glue dots. Then make sure you label each bin so you're sure what's inside!
When you have a lot of die cuts, it can be difficult to keep them organized. The Cutting Die Storage Album and Box is a great way to store all your dies in one place. Our storage albums provide various pages with different numbers of compartments. You can choose the type you need and decide the number of inner pages so that you can easily store all your dies in just one album.
Our storage boxes also provide separate compartments for storing your dies, which makes it easy to find the dies you need without having to search through all the storage albums piled up on your desk or table.