Category Archives: Craft Room Organization

Picking Perfect Pages

One of the great things about the ScrapRack System is that it's truly customizable to your supply collection. In this post, I'll try to provide you with a few helpful details about ScrapRack pages and choosing the pages that will work best for you. Each of the images below will take you directly to the product - you'll find more photos, information and even a video or two on each of the product pages.

Our Social Media Coordinator Katie has worked closely with Karen to create a couple of helpful product grids about our pages - I'd recommend downloading and printing these and keeping them with your ScrapRack, I think you'll find the dimension and pocket configuration information helpful when choosing pages and/or refill pages.

The basics on Basic Storage Pages

Basic Storage Pages are currently available in 12 pocket configurations.

Each of these pages is built on the same 12.5" x 12.5" footprint. Each pocket has a crescent cut flap which can be tucked behind the items stored in the pocket for easy access or left over the top of the items for security when traveling. Read more tips and tricks for loading your ScrapRack pockets.

The binder hole configuration is a standard 3 hole punch.  While the holes will line up with the rings in any standard 3 ring binder, keep in mind that the page dimensions are considerably larger than standard notebook pages.  This is also true for 3 ring style scrapbooks/albums.  In order to more easily accommodate paper crafting supplies, our pages are half an inch longer and wider than other page protectors designed for album use.

Each of the Basic Storage Page individual designs comes packaged in a set of 10 sheets for $12.00.

We also try to offer a variety pack of pages, although the variety packs do vary.  Check out our Basic Storage Page listing on the website for current variety pack options.

Double-Sided Duos

Our DSD pages are made of the same material as our Basic Storage Pages.  The unique thing about these pages, they each have a 12.5x12.5" pocket on the back-side.

Both of these designs, the Double-Sided Duo 2x1 and the Double-Sided Duo 4x1 are sold in packages of 10 for $17.50.  These packages are ideal for storing collections together.  The large back pocket for paper and 12x12 stickers, the front pockets for smaller stickers and other embellishments as well.

Each of our Specialty Storage Page was designed with a specific use in mind.  Currently there are 4 Specialty Page designs available.  These pages are made with thicker, more rigid plastic than the Basic Storage Pages.

The Sideloader Single has always been one of our most popular storage pages.  The heavier construction gives extra protection to specialty papers, especially those that have die-cut decorative edges.  Each of these pages will hold up to 25 sheets of 12x12 paper.

Each package includes 5 Sideloader Single Storage Pages.

Embellishment Storage Page

These heavy duty pages are double-sided.  Each side has 12 gusseted pockets.  Ideal for small bulky embellishments that can be stored in zip lock style baggies (included).

There is also a large pocket in the center of this page.  Embellishment Storage Pages are sold in packs of 3.

Flippin' Storage Pages

These fun to flip pages are sold in sets of 3.  Each page has 6 - 4x6" flippin' pockets on the top row and 5 -5x7" flippin' pockets on the bottom row.

Originally designed for card making supplies, these pages are perfect for all types of scrapbooking supplies as well.

The Expanding Project Planner

The most versatile of the Specialty Storage Pages, the Expanding Project Planner works great for project planning.  The gusseted pockets expand out to hold tons of supplies and project necessities.  It's also a favorite for memento storage and organization.

Thanks for stopping by today.  If you have questions about these ScrapRack pages, or any of our products, please feel free to leave a comment in the box below, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Happy Crafting,

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How to organize embossing folders

Do you have just a few embossing folders? Sort and store by theme, sentiment, holiday, or style. Do you have a lot of embossing folders? Create a catalog. If you’ve read any of my other articles or watched my videos, you know I’m a HUGE advocate for cataloging your tools. A tool catalog could include… Continue Reading

Tuesday Live – Die Organization

We’re so sorry for the technical difficulties with Facebook Live and YouTube Live today.  Here’s the video from Vimeo/Livestream.  It’s much clearer. We started a little early, so the first few minutes, I’m just talking about using the Rotating Design Board and Magnetic Design Tool Set with Kiwi Lane and Stencils – so if you… Continue Reading

3 Reasons it’s better to catalog by number

There are many ways to create a catalog for your dies – you can create a catalog based on brand, designer, theme, sentiment, size, holiday…but without a numbering system for locating your dies, finding them may not be any easier.  To learn how to create a catalog for your dies using Tiffany’s system, read her… Continue Reading

Introducing – Sew Totally-Organized

They’re here!! Our newest line of organization products designed just for your sewing/craft room. Here’s a peek at our latest and greatest. All of them are available on our website now, most of them will also be available on HSN on Tuesday, September 10th. Bits & Bobs Drawer Set 6 lightweight, clear drawers are perfect… Continue Reading

Button, button – where’s that button.

If you’re like most crafters who sew, you know you’ve got the perfect button…somewhere.  If finding that button in an aisle at JoAnn is faster than finding it in your sewing supplies, then it’s time to organize your buttons. One nice thing about this project is that the sorting process is fairly objective, so recruiting… Continue Reading

A Bazillion uses for Punch & Supply Packs

There are sooooo many ways to use our Punch and Supply Packs.  This post is just a simple scroll through of photos of each of the Punch Packs in use with various craft supplies.   If you click on each picture you can view them larger.  Click on the title of each section to shop for… Continue Reading

12×12 ScrapMaster Storage Options

Where can you store the ScrapMaster? During the Tuesday Live event, there were several people asking, where to store your filled ScrapMasters.  The ScrapMaster was designed to work with all of our 12×12 standard paper storage solutions. I’ve provided some rough estimates below.  What  you can fit into anyone of the these 12×12 solutions will… Continue Reading

17 Buddy Bags, Meet them by name

Our Buddy Bags are a customer favorite for so many reasons – they’re lightweight, clear, durable, and inexpensive.  These bags were designed around the tools and supplies crafters are using now.  You’re sure to find the perfect bag for your inks, stamps, paints, glitter and more! This short blog post will give you a brief… Continue Reading

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 12×12 pocket with a small labeling tab.  Designed to hold a few sheets of paper, protect die cut paper,… Continue Reading

5 ways to use our 5×7 Stamp Pockets

You know they’re ideal for stamp storage, you probably also know they fit perfectly into either our 5×7 Fab File or Karen Buddy Bag. If you follow us on FB, Instagram or Pinterest you’ve probably heard that our 5×7 magnetic sheets fit into these pockets too, but did you know they can be used for… Continue Reading

5×7 Fab File – Accessorize for stamps and dies.

5×7 craft supply organization can be easy with the 5×7 Fab File and a few accessories. If you’ve used our 5×7 Fab File, you already know that this Fab File comes with 6 reusable file folders – ideal for organizing photos.  Since we’ve introduced this Fab File size, it’s evolved to hold a variety of… Continue Reading

How to organize Chalk Couture products

Have you been bitten by the Chalk Couture bug?  If so, you’ve probably accumulated dozens of silk screens/stencils, pots of paint and bunches of the tools you need to create beautiful silk screened projects. Keeping your Chalk Couture products organized and accessible will ensure you use them regularly. Let’s start with Stencils. The first thing… Continue Reading

12 Ways to use the Die, Stamp & Supply Organizer

Round up your supplies and get ready to organize! The Die, Stamp & Supply Organizer is a multifunction organizer that is a “must have” in your craft room. You’ll love the versatility and function of this crafty organizer. Great on you desk, in the cupboard or on an open shelf, it fits in our Companion… Continue Reading

Step by Step Sticker Organization

Follow me through the step by step process of organizing your stickers. In this video I used our Paper Storage Box Dividers and a Desk Maid Die, Stamp & Supply Organizer to sort and organize my stickers.  After sorting and organizing I talk briefly about the different types of tools you can use to store… Continue Reading

How to create a catalog for your paper crafting tools

Paper crafting tools like stamps, dies and embossing folders can have a beautiful effect on your pages, cards and other projects, but keeping track of them can be difficult and overwhelming. The best way to maximize tool use and minimize frustration is to create a catalog. I strongly recommend cataloging (7 reasons to catalog) all… Continue Reading

What is a Themes & Sentiments List and how do I use it?

The short answer: a Themes & Sentiments list is exactly what it sounds like; a list of themes and sentiments that relate to the things you craft about. The list becomes a handy tool when sorting, organizing, and storing your crafting supplies. Lists will be unique to each individual crafter. Tips for creating your Themes… Continue Reading

4 Ways to use our Kiwi Lane Template Organizers

If you’ve tried Kiwi Lane Templates, you’ve probably bought Kiwi Lane Templates.  These cool little tracing templates make creating wonderful cards and pages, fast and easy.  The only trouble with these fun tools, they’re small, flat and white, so they’re easy to misplace.  I worked with Susan Budge, the founder of Kiwi Lane to design… Continue Reading

2 Seriously organized – Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators

One of the really great things about this industry is meeting other people who have turned their passion into their career.  Although we haven’t met in person, Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Mary Fish and I have exchanged several emails.  Mary uses our Stamp Pockets to organize embellishments and dies.  When I asked if I could include… Continue Reading

What is a perpetual calendar & how to use it when organizing photos.

A perpetual calendar, sometimes called a birthday calendar, is a calendar that includes all 12 months of the year, and all the days of the month, but there are no weekdays. Because there are no weekdays, the calendar can be used forever – perpetually.  The idea is to use each numbered line to record the… Continue Reading

4 Scrap Storage Options

Organizing your scraps is easy, just follow the 4 Section System. Organize your scraps by color, theme/sentiment, or season/holiday. If you want to get the best use of your scraps, try to store them with other supplies in the same category, i.e., Christmas scraps should be stored with your other Christmas supplies, blue scraps should… Continue Reading

Tabs, Labels, Pockets & Dividers – fine tune your organization system

5×7, 6×6, 8×8, 8.5×11, A4, 12×12 …- the perfect sizes for organizing your craft supplies. You may own 1 or 2 of our products that come preloaded with tabbed pockets, labels or dividers.  But did you know you can purchase these items separately? Here’s a quick breakdown of the sizes and how, where, and why… Continue Reading

6 Reasons to take the challenge!

You have a goal to get your craft supplies ORGANIZED. You want to be able to craft with friends and family. Right now the condition of your room/space doesn’t allow for that. You’re frustrated with spending most of your crafting time digging and searching for supplies you “know” you have. You’re tired of buying duplicates.… Continue Reading