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 12x12" or 6x6" 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 4x6 alphabet stencils in the Perfect Six page, which has six 4x6" pockets.
If you’ve got smaller stencils, try the Trader’s Twelve page.

Thanks for stopping by to read today's ScrapRack User Tip.  I'll be posting tips all month.  If you've got a tip about how you use your ScrapRack, I hope you'll use the comment box below to share it with me and my readers.

Happy Crafting,

Totally-Tiffany initial - get organized with me.

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

    • Tim Holtz stencils are a little tricky because they are an odd size, most of them are 4.25 x 8.5. I’ve got 2 suggestions, either the Triple Play page, or the Fabulous Four page it you’re storing them in a ScrapRack or a 12×12 craft binder using ScrapRack pages. In either pocket they will “stick out” the top of the pocket 🙁 . You could also use the Vertical double, this would keep them below the pocket top by about 3.5″. Sorry, I wish I had a better solution. If you’re storing them in a Fab File – the 8×8 Fab File works well because it’s actually taller than 8″.
      T.

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