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August 19, 2009

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Julie

You will LOVE having your scraps in file folders by color. I have kept mine in file folders with my full pages from the beginning and I honestly can't imagine NOT doing it that way. I save so much paper, because my scraps are handy.

I used to have my file folders on wire racks, grouped by SU color family on my cradenza but I recently switched to freestanding paper tray towers with 3 folders to each tray.

I group my folders by SU color family, then alphbetical order with a punched dot of the colors in a tray glued to the outside edge.

Love it, love it, love it! I can wheel from my desk to my paper tower, pick my color and never have to leave my chair - a lazy luxury!

Can't wait to see your storage solutions. I love seeing how others set up their rooms.

Suzanne

Oh Julie -- What I wouldn't give for an IKEA 25 cube Expedit bookcase. Have fun shopping!

Tess

Are you in Canada?? I see you are off to Calgary......do you have any idea what your friends would charge to retail that shelf?

(I wouldn't want mine as tall, and clips instead of grroves in the wood would be fine for me!)

Allison Cope

It was so nice to meet you today Julee! Congrats on your Copic Certification!

joanne

O MY Gosh! I had that exact table that I inherited from my Mom years ago in my family room and yes it had two end tables that were not exact but matched the coffee table. One had a drawer and the other did not. I also hve the same Corelle dishes that you did! Small world!!

Cindy Malone

I use a plastic crate that holds hanging file folders and I have a folder for all my colors and this is where I keep my scraps. This system has helped in keeping my Craft Room tidy. Not to mention, I don't have to dig for the color I need! Just thought I would share :-)

Shannon T

Well, I look forward to meeting you this weekend then at the Copic certification. I will be there with the group from the Scrapbook Pantry in Calgary.

Mo Moss

I did the same thing last week. Anything I did not want as far as dp is concerned. Put them in a neat box, offered my friends five sheets for a dollar. One friends has had the box for a couple of weeks. I am in no hurry. It is disgraceful that I have so much paper. I could have used it before, just keep hoarding more.

Jean Fitch

The answer to the tiny scrap question in my house is to make more paper. I'm the queen of emptying the waste bins at stamp camp and retrieving scraps and slivers of paper and ribbon and glitter. It all goes into the blender with a few other ingredients to return as recycled paper for more crafting and more scrap creation. And thus the cycle continues! Probably more work than you want since you have a farm and all but I enjoy it! But then I also spin my dryer lint! :D

Enjoy your trip and the stores. My nearest Ikea is 300 miles away!

Lorene

...oh u dare mention Ikea...believe I must be hundreds of miles away from one..possibly Seattle WA & I live in western Montana!

SMK

kudos!!! hehe i've been meaning to do this myself... who knows if it'll get done this year ;P

Janet

I'm anxiously waiting for your solution! Next trip to IKEA will be soon!!

Gloria W.

Oh, I so need to do this too! Be sure and shoe us what you find at IKEA to seperate out all those piles. I need a workable solution for my pile too!

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