10.04.2009

Getting ORGANIZED!!

Okay this is not something creative but for the past months I've been saying I need to get organized and clean my craft room.  Well the first step was to organize my flowers and buttons so I could find what I need and get rid of the boxes it came in.  I finally bought containers for them and seperated everything.  Boy was that alot of work just to get organized.  I then separated all my scrap papers by solid and printed scraps in separate plastic drawers.  I really need to use the scraps more to get rid of them but it keeps getting larger and larger.  Hopefully I'll be done this weekend but who knows what might come up next.  Here is what I did all last night and today.   How do you organize your scrap papers & stamps?  I need to get ideas....My stamps is my next project. 

7 comments:

charlotte said...

TFS - I would really like to see other bloggers share how they organize their die cuts, paper, scraps - mine is all over the place and I spend more time looking for them.

Nannieflash said...

Oh your are well organized wish I was as tidy. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxxxxxxx

Kyoko said...

Love how you organized your flowers & buttons!

Joy said...

Wow!You're very organized! I'm not as good as you but I can find things when I need it, as long as no one touches anything ;)So, my strategy is to put stuff in my office doorway to try and keep people out, it doesn't always work though. I'll have to try some of youe methods.

Linda said...

Hi Elena - WOW! Very impressive! I recently "organized" my scrap paper box by following what my GF Denise did. I separate each piece of paper by color and then put them all in ziploc bags and then back in the plastic paper box. I've found it much easier to use my scraps up this way. Hope this helps! Have a great week!

Islander Girl said...

Wow! So organize and so much cool embellishments! Love it!!!

Joy said...

WOW! love how you organized everything! I think I should get those containers too! I just store my papers, stamps and other embellishments in drawers, plastic containers and where ever I can find room! lol! this is a great idea! TFS!