I have 12x12 kraft keeper envies that are labeled by subject, they are then kept in a file basket.
When I go to crops, I just pull the ones I will use. My subjects are as follows (these are only a few):
I've had it this way for the last several years and it works really well for me. I got this from one of my scrapping bffs and have not gone back.
Yes you can get refills. I also put in a few regular page protectors for full size embellie pages. I had this item on my wish list for a few months and DH bought it for me for Christmas one year. Sometimes this site sends $$ off coupons through e-mail if you have things on your wish list!! Pat
I have a Cropper Hopper box that is about 14" wide (they don't have one in the SB.com store so I can't link it). It has dividers in it, and it's perfect for those longer size stickers. I'll try to find a pic somewhere and post it.
Sorry, I'm thinking they don't make them anymore - I couldn't find it on their site!
Edited by Mary W. on 05-01-11 11:54 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
I love and have mostly 3D stickers. Will it work with these type of stickers? Please advise which page protectors to purchase for this holder? I have read alot of good things about it, but need advise on storing 3D stickers and type of protectors. Any please help.
It will accommodate 3-D stickers without any problems. There are multi packs of page protectors with different size pockets from very small to full page. You can also customize regular page protectors by stitching a pocket in them (I saw someone else post having done that) but I don't remember what site I saw that on. Sorry there is not a link available for the refill pages right now but I know I did order them from here. I have had my PSB for several years now.
Edited by MisasMom on 06-28-11 06:47 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
- For a very inexpensive means of storage, you can hang them by rings (jump rings/book rings). If you happen to have any loose or misc. stickers, you can store them in either a ziplock with a hole punched or store them in old/recycled sticker packaging.
I still use the Clip-It-Up for sticker storage. As a matter of fact, I have two of them, both base units. The shelf I have them sitting on is too high for me to use the top unit, and this works well for me. I love that they are right where I can see them, and that they are hanging by category so easy to find.
I use a third CIU (base only as well) to store my embossing folders. Again, I like being able to see them. I ran each of them on a piece of cardstock and hang it with the folder so I can see exactly what it will look like when embossed.
I took the cheap way out. 8 1/2 by 11 binders with page protectors. I put a sheet of copy paper into each page protector and then put a sheet of stickers on each side of the page. I've got alphas in one binder, holidays in another, cats in a third (and fourth!) and other categories in other binders. I've got binders of various sizes and they fit in the bookshelf of a bookcase I've got in my bedroom. They're not in my scraproom, but they're easy to access. And I love flipping through them to see what I want... or just what I've got!
I've got mine hanging on a makeshift clip-it-up, but it doesn't rotate and I've sorta outgrown it...I'm considering going the willy-nilly route and throwing them into a shallow tray or drawer (like one of those metal toolboxes with very shallow drawers). I've got my brads, bling, and ribbon stored this way - with the dig method, I'm constantly reminded of what I have! I think the key to this method working is having shallow trays/drawers that are only half-filled, that way you can dig easily and see everything...