Cut the Clutter

Just when I thought I had come up with some of the best ideas for scrapbook storage I was surprised to find this on the internet. Better Homes and Gardens has an entire page dedicated to scrapbook storage. So just like I promised I will be posting more fun and unique ways to store and organize your scrapbook materials and supplies, courtesy of BHG. 

Here are some of my favorite tips: 

1. Use a rolodex to store your chipboard letter stencils in alphabetical order. This way you can always find the letter you need and you’ll be able to pick which style you prefer fast and easy. 
rolodex

2. Store all of your unmounted stamps in a binder. Place them into clear page protectors and organize them by category for easy reference. 
Stamp Binder

3. Show off your stamp collection by displaying them on small shelves.  
Stamp Collection

4. Purchase a spice rack  with plastic or glass containers and use the containers to hold your tiniest embellishments like buttons, eyelets, brads, and flowers.
Spice Rack with Containers

5. Store all of your paints on a Lazy Susan for easy access.
Lazy Susan

6. Another stamp storage option is to use a wall louver  to keep all of your mounted stamps within reach and on display.
Wall Louver

7. Use an old mug tree to store your journaling pens, scissors, and more. 
Mug TreeThese are only a few of the ideas that the Better Homes and Gardens website offers. There were so many more unique ideas, but I just wanted to showcase a few. For more info check out their website and also stay tuned because I will continue to post new ideas as the week continues! Until then…happy scrapping!

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