Today’s Tip Tuesday is all about storing your cardstock and Designer Series Paper. Continue reading to see how I store and display mine!
First things first. There are a lot of ways to store paper. Some are cost effective, some are pricey. I feel like my solution is in the mid range price area.
I didn’t always have my own craft room. I started out with a corner of my bedroom in my tiny 400sq foot apartment. But now that I have a decent sized room, I decided to upgrade a few things.
I bought this bookcase from Walmart. It was $30 and was just what I was looking for!
My 8½” by 11″ Cardstock sits nicely on the middle shelf. I have a few decor pieces that I use as “book ends” holding it up. To the right of that sits my 12×12 Designer Series Paper. I don’t have much of that though, which is why it isn’t pictured.
My 6×6 Designer Series Paper is organized in a mail sorter that I bought on Amazon. My current dsp is to the left followed by all the retiring dsp. The Paper is stored in clear envelopes and labeled to find it fast.
When it’s all said and done, I spent less than $50 to store all of my paper. I also have a shelf on the bookcase that holds my paper punches!
I hope you liked my tip today! Let me know in the comments of you’d like to see my embellishment and ribbon storage or go on a craft room tour!