Hi everyone! It’s Geralyn here with a little peek into how I store my scrapbook supplies. I don’t have a dedicated workspace and most of my things are organized in areas around my bedroom, but I have found some storage solutions that are working for me. (Apologies for the poor lighting; it’s been gloomy these past couple of days!)
One of my favorite things I use to organize my supplies is this six drawer rolling cart unit. The drawers are large enough to fit 12x12 sheets of paper, and I use them to organize my washi tape, cardstock, and patterned paper.
On the top of the rolling cart, I have some additional washi tape, my bowls of flair, wood veneer, and a box full of my go-to embellishments. These include chipboard shapes, word strips, die-cuts, and puffy stickers from various Studio Calico kits.
I bought these little plastic organizers from the Dollar Store for my wood veneer. The bowls that hold my flair badge collection are from Anthropologie.
Here’s a look at some of my washi tape collection and how they’re stored in the drawers. The right drawer is organized by color and the left one…well, I haven’t quite gotten around to organizing these tapes yet! This drawer holds the newest tapes I’ve purchased in Asia (primarily in Japan). I love having my washi tape organized in the drawers so I can easily see what’s in my collection.
Another storage unit I have in a corner of my room are these plastic shelf units. I use the top two shelves to organize my stationery collection (a lot of which find their way into my mini albums and projects), while the bottom shelves hold a mishmash of supplies. I have recent Studio Calico kits in one shelf, and wood/roller stamps stored in boxes in another shelf.
Finally, here’s a look at how I organize my stamps. I have a wooden box where I arrange my favorite 4x6 (and larger) stamp sets, so that I can easily rifle through them when looking for stamps to use on my projects. For my favorite smaller stamps (3x4 and smaller), I organize them in a Studio Calico handbook. The divided page protectors make it easy to keep things organized.
Thanks for taking a look at my workspace! It’s not ideal, but I’m happy to find things that work for my current set up. I’m dreaming of a larger workspace one day!