Happy Friday, everyone! Over the past few months I've been sharing some peeks into my craft room and the way I organize my supplies. (Here is Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.) And today I've got a few more organization ideas to share including the big one -- stamps!
I store all the clear stamps I have in this deep, divided drawer. Two months ago this drawer was overflowing with stamps and had no organization whatsoever. I desperately needed to downsize my stamps and organize them into categories. After clearing out over half of the stamps that I probably would never use again, I am now left with extra room to grow!
I've always loved Jennifer's pocket stamp storage method, so I decided to try it out. The stamp pockets are from Avery Elle and I made the dividers from laminated pocket folders. Since I cleared out so many clear stamps, I had room to move my woodblock background stamps to this drawer, too.
On the other side of my desk I have a unit with four shallow drawers where I store my inks that I have previously shared. These drawers are also great for woodblock stamps. I love that I can see at a glance what I have and I could even double up and do two layers of stamps if I need to down the road.
And this drawer below holds more wood stamps...mostly bigger ones that can easily be stacked up similar to the background stamps.
Next up, I wanted to share about a container that I think is wonderful for so many things! I have these all over my house and use them for several things in my craft room. This clear storage bin is only $1.00 and can be found almost anywhere (Target, Walmart, Dollar Store, etc.). It is the perfect size to hold 6x6 paper pads. It's easy to grab off my shelf to flip though and I am able to fit 25-30 6x6 pads stored in just one container.
I also have my Hero Arts notecards and envelopes organized in these containers. Again, a perfect fit!
I love that this container is a very affordable option for anyone and works great for a variety of supplies! Thanks for joining me today!