Username Post: Organizing chipboard letters        (Topic#1532643)
Croppers Ball
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Croppers Ball

I'm the type of person that needs to see it to use it, and I need to get my chipboard out of the drawer and make it visible.
I have mostly letters, but not a huge lot. I see some people use big industrial bins, but that's more than I need, or have room for.
Any other way that you store your chip letters?


 
KellyCali
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  • Croppers Ball Said:
...I need to get my chipboard out of the drawer and make it visible.
I have mostly letters, but not a huge lot.



Since it sounds like you have a managable amount of letters and don't want them hidden, why not sort them by letter, with dividers in a sort of open box, bin, basket or binder, right atop your desktop?

HTH!




 
riverroadrn
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I say put them in plastic baggies and do the Clip It Up, they are gonna have a coupon code on facebook for 50% off.


 
950nancy
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I put mine in Art Bin holders that have individual slots that can be moved to fit the number of pieces for each set. I have a bunch of chipboard so I have 3 of these full. I also have kept them on my Clip It Ups.


 
okiegrandma
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I keep mine in school-type plastic pencil boxes (about the size of acigar box) that I bought on clearance for 5/$1. I bought 10 and use 8 for letters, one for numbers and one for punctuation. Wish I had spent another $1 and used them for shapes, swirls, blooms, birds, and other! I did label the boxes to make it easier. They stack great in a bookshelf.


 
gg  loves Matthew
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I do mine like this....I have about 10-11 bags per set of rings and I now have several of these

*~* chipboard storage *~* By Gg Loves Matthew


 
totallycre8tive
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In response to 950nancy

  • 950nancy Said:
I put mine in Art Bin holders that have individual slots that can be moved to fit the number of pieces for each set. I have a bunch of chipboard so I have 3 of these full. I also have kept them on my Clip It Ups.


I also store mine in the Art Bins...easier to take to crops that way too!
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