my scrap space. It still looks pretty much the same, with a few slight adjustments!Papertrey Ink dies. I wasn't quite sure how to get them organized. I tried them in a binder with CD sleeves, but that didn't really work for me because when I flipped the pages of the binder, the dies would fall out. I decided to take the CD sleeves out of the binder and put them in a container.
Now I can flip through them easily. For now, I'm just using sticky notes to divide them into sections. I divided them into these categories so far:
People (like the Simply Jane dies)
Tabs, Notebooks, Envelopes
Frames, Tags, Shapes (circles, Ad Sense shapes, etc)
Spring, Flowers, Trees
Jars, Food, Fruit
Letters, Numbers, Words
What I love about this system is that I can add more or change my categories when I need to. Love flipping through to see all of my dies! I still need to label the actual CD sleeves with the die set names. The larger dies like the borders, Favor It boxes, etc. are in a large plastic baggie in my Papertrey Ink box next to my desk.
I have all my punches and stamping inks on the pull-out keyboard drawer of my desk, easily accessible...
Thanks for stopping by today. This week will be an exciting one -- Papertrey Ink celebrates its 5th ANNIVERSARY! So stay tuned to lots of projects, blog posts, giveaways and such.