Author Archives: Tiffany Spaulding

Let your ScrapRack Sparkle – don’t leave your glitter out!

You may not have realized this, but your ScrapRack is a very politically correct tool.  It works best when it is filled with the biggest diversity of supplies.

Don't leave your glitter boxed up or stashed away somewhere it won't get used.  Fill small baggies with glitter and add some sparkle to your ScrapRack!

It's our goal to help crafters get organized so they can craft more often and use more of their stuff. If you've got a crafty pal who needs a little help, I hope you'll take a minute to share this post or refer her to our website.

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Mini-Grid Shelving System – designed to hold extra Spinders, video version

See the Mini-Grid shelving system at work in this short video. Building your mini-grid shelving system is easy.  Everything  you need can be ordered from Store Supply.com. You’ll love how easy it is to customize these panels. Please feel free to leave comments and questions below. Thanks for stopping by, Be kind and share! If… Continue Reading

Use a Grid Shelving System to store extra Spinders

Do you have more Spinders than base space on your ScrapRack?  If so, an inexpensive Grid Shelving System could be the perfect solution. There are a few really great things about this type of system; it’s inexpensive, it’s customizable, it’s lightweight, and it can be used just about anywhere you need a little extra storage.… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Time, Money, Space, and Time

I’m sure there are some of you out there, that have unlimited space, time and money.  But for most of us, managing those resources wisely is an important part of our lives. I know the ScrapRack is an investment, but it will truly help you manage your other resources. Money There are 3 big ways to… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Project Planning Simplified

Sometimes pre-planning your projects makes the most sense.  Pre-planned projects keep you focused on a specific task and are easy to move around, especially if you’re travelling. If pre-planning is something you like to do or WOULD like to do, a ScrapRack can really simplify the process. Maximize your project planning by using our Expanding… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – You’ll be crafty in so many more ways.

If you enjoy crafting, it’s not just card making or scrapbooking that you enjoy, it’s the act of being creative.  When your supplies are organized in a ScrapRack you’ll find that you’re more creative in more ways. You may just make wine tags for the glasses of your guests, or you may find yourself creating… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack – Sharing papercrafting supplies is simple.

Whether you’re crafting with your kids, your mom, or your girlfriends, we all like to share our supplies.  If you share your supplies, you definitely need a ScrapRack, AND you need it organized in the 4 Section System. Imagine your girlfriend asks you for a Halloween brad, you’re response, “Go to my ScrapRack, look under the… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: The best way to remove Spinders from your ScrapRack.

Removing Spinders from a ScrapRack The videos below gives a quick demonstration of how to remove Spinders from your ScrapRack. The ScrapRack in the first video is empty (no pages or dividers). The ScrapRack in the second video is loaded with pages and dividers. Thanks for stopping by to read today’s ScrapRack User Tip.  I’ll… Continue Reading

ScrapRack User – Tip of the Day: Use Ring Binder Insert Strips to add things to your ScrapRack.

If you’ve got product information, project ideas, or magazine clippings you want to keep with your craft supplies, consider adding them to your ScrapRack using Ring Binder Insert Strips. These simple clear plastic tabs have holes down one side and an adhesive strip down the other. Peel back the wax paper to expose the adhesive and stick… Continue Reading

Why you need a Scraprack – Those boxes and bags aren’t going to put themselves away.

Do you have bags from your local craft store, boxes from your favorite shopping channel or online retailer, tucked into a corner or the closet of your craft room? One of the biggest reasons new stuff doesn’t get put away – you’re not sure where to put it.  If the decision about where to put you’re new stuff or… Continue Reading

Why you need a ScrapRack. The ScrapRack organizes the most stuff in the smallest amount of space.

Don’t get buried beneath containers of supplies. Get your products into ScrapRack and you’ll have more space to craft! It’s simple, really, would you rather dig through a box of stickers, or flip through sections in your ScrapRack. Thanks for stopping by today! Continue Reading

Why do you need a ScrapRack? You’ll use more of your supplies on each project you create.

When it comes to creating projects – scrapbook pages, cards, mixed media or home décor – you generally rely on your memory for product selection. This means, if you didn’t think about it, you’re not looking for it, and therefore you’re probably not using it. When you use a ScrapRack and organize with the 4-Section System, you’ll… Continue Reading

Why do you need a ScrapRack? Cleaning up after creating is a breeze!

When you finish a project is there a pile of supplies at the edge of your work table? Does that pile of supplies get a little bigger each time you craft? One of the best things about using a ScrapRack is that cleaning up is fast and easy. If you’re ready to enjoy your crafting… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Use small zip lock type baggies for small stuff.

  Use small baggies for embellishments. Small embellishments like buttons, brads, and eyelets are the perfect type of supply to store in your ScrapRack page pockets.  To make it easier to get them in and out of the pockets use small ziplock type baggies. Small baggies are available on our website in both 2×2 and… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Organize your stencils in your ScrapRack.

Organize stencils in your ScrapRack. Yes, you can store your stencils/mascils in your ScrapRack. Most of these items are 12×12″ or 6×6″ so the SuperSized Single page or the Fabulous Four page are perfect choices. In the far right image above, I stored a full set of 4×6 alphabet stencils in the Perfect Six page, which has six 4×6″ pockets.… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Loading your ScrapRack page pockets.

“Load” your ScrapRack Pockets While ScrapRack pages are lightweight, they are SUPER durable. Don’t be afraid to really LOAD up the pockets with your craft supplies.  Each pocket can easily hold 3-5 items.  When it comes to flat things like sticker sheets – each pocket can hold up to 10 items. For thicker or 3-dimensional… Continue Reading

An idea from Gail in Grapevine, TX – Washi Tape Organizer

One of the cool things about attending the Scrapbooking/Stamping Shows is meeting all of you and hearing your great ideas about how you’ll use our products. Last weekend at the Grapevine SB Expo I met lots of fun ladies.  One of them was Gail Wheeler, a fellow planner addict.  She’s a member of the “The… Continue Reading

Why do you need a ScrapRack? Crafting is just more FUN when you’re organized!

Crafting is SOOOO much more enjoyable when you’re organized!  If you’re not using a ScrapRack, you should be. After all, we do have the best money back guarantee in the industry. Choosing your ScrapRack system is easy when you use our ScrapRack System Design Guide. April is ScrapRack Month.  We’ve got special pricing on the full… Continue Reading

ScrapRack Users – Tip of the Day: Use the 4 Section System

Use the 4 Section System If you’re using a ScrapRack but you haven’t embraced the 4 Section System, you could love your ScrapRack even more. The 4 Section System has benefits beyond just finding your supplies quickly and easily. Preparing for a crafting event is easier. Page and project planning is faster and more efficient.… Continue Reading

Organize your Tim Holtz Distress inks

The Tim Holtz distress inks are a favorite for most of us.  Keeping them organized = using them more often. Our Edna Buddy Bag will hold up to 19 of these ink pads. Add a color chart and you’ve got a visible, accessible, and portable storage system. A couple of tips: If you like to… Continue Reading

What can Edna do for you?

We’ll, she’s not going to deliver packages to your door like “brown,” but once they arrive she’s the girl you need. Edna came into being for the purpose of organizing the hoards of ribbon we sometimes accumulate, but she, like so many of the other EZ2O Buddy Bags, is very versatile. Here’s a quick video… Continue Reading

Organizing your washi tape with Shelly

Shelly was born for washi tape. If you’re a “gottalittle” crafter you may find that 1 Shelly bag will be perfect to contain all of your washi, but if you’ve got a washi addiction like I do, you’ll need 3,4,5… Organizing your washi tape is no different than organizing other craft supplies.  Follow the same steps,… Continue Reading

What else can you do with a Sue?

Try to “think outside the bag” when it comes to uses for the Sue Buddy Bag.  What messy stuff do you have in your home that you might want to contain? Consider gathering up all of shoe polishes, sponges, daubers, brushes and polishing cloths  – then load them into a Sue Buddy Bag. Because the bag… Continue Reading

Perfect Project Life Card Organizer

Project Life and other “card based” scrapbooking systems can be a fast, fun, and easy way to create amazing scrapbook pages.  With that said, the cards themselves can easily get overwhelming with some sets containing as many as 300 cards. Keep your Project Life collection manageable and fun by organizing the cards into the Monica… Continue Reading

Organize your photos by major event and smaller activities – the Monica solution

Just the thought of organizing your photos can be overwhelming.  Keeping your photos grouped in manageable, small collections can make it easier to find what you need and more fun to create scrapbook pages you love. The Monica Buddy Bag is a perfect size for storing photos from a major event, grouped into smaller activities. In… Continue Reading

Organize your supplies by brand or designer.

If you like to keep your supplies organized by brand or designer, our Monica Buddy Bag could be the perfect solution.  She’s small enough that you can grab her with just one hand, but large enough to hold a bunch of different supplies. One thing I regularly mention during organization class is keeping things together… Continue Reading