Category Archives: Paper

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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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

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

12×12 Tabbed Divider Pockets

The basic information: Name: 12×12 File Pockets SKU: RF-XL5PK Price: $6.99 File Pocket dimensions: 12.5″ x 12.5″ (not including the tab). 5 white label stickers are included. The 12×12 tabbed divider pockets fit in 3 of our most popular products, The XL Fab File, the 12×12 Paper Handler, and our classic Paper Storage Boxes. The… Continue Reading

10 ways to use our A4/8.5×11 Fab File

Our Fab File line of products has crossed over from crafting storage to general home and office storage.  If you’ve been following along you’ve seen Fab Files used for everything from craft supplies to cord and cable storage.  This 8.5×11 paper organizer is no exception.  Included with this Fab File are 5 tabbed file/divider pockets… Continue Reading

3 ways to use the Spinder Binder.

This lightweight plastic “cover” is designed to hold 1 Spinder on its hook & loop spine. The zipper keeps everything contained. The Spinder Binder is oversized to easily accommodate scrapbooking supplies. Exterior measurements are: 16.25L” x  15″T x 2.5″D or  41.5cm x 38.2cm x 6.2cm The Spinder Binder was what we call a “popular demand” creation.… Continue Reading

Take a look around my studio #6 – 12×12 Paper Organization, and other sizes too!

It seems that I’m constantly pulling paper out of my “stash” to use for some type of demonstration. That, in and of itself, is not the problem.  The problem is I get in a hurry putting it away, soI just stuff it in an empty slot, thinking – “I’ll get back to that later.” You… Continue Reading

Paper Organization – Challenge #2

Paper Organization – Challenge #2

Today in the Get Organized Challenge broadcast we talked about Paper Storage and Organization. You may already know that I recommend the 4 Section System for general organization. With paper you only need to use 3 of the sections – Themes/Sentiments, Calendar Year and The Rainbow.  Sorting and organizing your paper is easier than it sounds.  You just need… Continue Reading

Purge Patrol – Love it more when you have less!

If the very idea of eliminating something that is still useful induces nausea or gives you hives, rest assured you’re not alone.  There are many reasons we have trouble getting rid of “stuff”: We’ve attached to that stuff/thing “emotionally”. We don’t want to be wasteful –  financially, ecologically, or just generally. We have a huge… Continue Reading

More about The Expedit System

 Several questions popped up after my post yesterday.   Yes, you can store your ScrapRack Spinders in the Expedit, they can be stored standing up or laying flat.  I have a couple of Spinders with extra pages on them that are in one of the cubes. The Dividers are a little too large and will curl… Continue Reading

Purge Patrol – Love it more when you have less!

 If the very idea of eliminating something that is still useful induces nausea or gives you hives, rest assured you’re not alone.  There are many reasons we have trouble getting rid of “stuff”: 1.       We’ve attached to that stuff/thing “emotionally”. 2.       We don’t want to be wasteful –  financially, ecologically, or just generally . 3.      … Continue Reading

Tiny Tasks, Big Results – Day 15

 2 EASY steps to keeping your home looking great.   Whether you have guests that come for a week or that come for a couple of hours, more people translates to more mess.  Set aside a few minutes each day to power through a whole house pick up and then “Put on a Windex shine.    Step 1: Get… Continue Reading

Tiny Tasks, Big Results – 30 Days of stress-less organizing tips for the holidays

     So much of holiday stress comes from the feeling like you’re constantly overwhelmed and behind the “eight ball” or should I say “cheese ball.”    Starting today I’ll post one EASY thing you can do to help ease the holiday overwhelm a little at a time. I’ve focused on tasks that can be accomplished in a… Continue Reading

Project Organization: Lesson 5 – Paper Sorting, Organizing and Storage. Posted Today

Project Organization is well on it’s way. We spent the first 4 lessons “getting ready to get organized.” Now, in lesson 5 we are putting what we’ve discussed in the first 4 lessons to work with Paper Sorting, Organizing and Storing. I’ve included the video here, but there is also an article posted on the… Continue Reading

Paper Storage and Organization

Howdy Crafters – This week’s Get Organized Challenge Webinar was Paper Storage and organization.  Teaching the webinar inspired me to write a brief article, record a short “how-to” video and to put the Paper Storage Combo Kit on SALE (you’ll save 20% – that’s $15.00) on the website.  If you’re struggling with Paper Storage, I hope you’ll take a… Continue Reading

Christmas Card Organization

What do you do with all those Christmas Cards and Photo Cards that you’ve been receiving this holiday season?  Keeping them, Sorting them, Storing them,….can present a little challenge. Here are a few suggestions for keeping your Christmas Cards under control. Single Sided Photo Cards are getting  more and more popular.  Many of us display these… Continue Reading

Scrapbook Paper Storage and Organization

Are you a Scrapbook “Paper Junkie”? If you are, then you could probably use a set up “Paper Junkie” Straight Up Paper Storage Boxes. (See more pictures below.) The best way to sort, store and organize your paper is by following a basic system. If you’re familiar with the 4 Section System for Supply Organization,… Continue Reading