Paper Pockets & Collection Keepers – an organized team

Are you looking for an easy way to keep your paper organized as well as store collections with your paper stash?  This organization team could be just what you're looking for!

The Paper Pocket is a 12x12 pocket with a small labeling tab.  Designed to hold a few sheets of paper, protect die cut paper, and keep glitter paper under control, Paper pockets will slide easily into either a 12x12 Paper Handler or our standard Paper Storage Boxes.

The Collection Keeper is a double-sided storage solution ideal for small collections of paper and stickers that you want to keep together and file right in with your regular paper stash. The back side of the Collection Keeper has 1 large pocket and the front has 3 smaller pockets - learn more. 

The Collection Keeper also has small tabs on the side for easy labeling.

Ideal for protecting the edges of die cut papers.

Stickers, 3d stickers and other embellishments - organize in the Collection Keeper from Totally-Tiffany

The perfect way to file small collections right into your paper storage boxes or Paper Handlers.

The tabs on the edges of both the Collection Keepers and the Paper Pockets are designed to be visible over the edge of our Paper Handlers.  Add them to your paper storage system to keep all of your paper organized together. Use the labeled tabs to create dividers as well as to identify particular papers or collections.  Either of these can also be used to store small collections of scraps that coordinate with each paper category.

12x12 Paper Organization and Storage with Totally-Tiffany Paper Handlers

The Paper Pockets and Collection Keepers are sold separately, but you can also purchase them together with a 12x12 Paper Handler in our Paper Manager Kit.

Thanks for stopping by today to learn a little about how our Paper Pockets and Collection Keepers can help you better organize your crafting paper and supply collections.

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