Username Post: Another paper storage question.        (Topic#1568383)
kelseymel
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Mat stacks, 6x6, 8x8.

How do you store them?

I just got some Cropper Hopper thingies for my 12x12 and I love them.

I just ordered several 6x6 paper pads and was wondering where the heck they were going to go? I'm also a mat stack junkie (perfect for cardmaking).

Anyone have any ideas to share? Pictures?

TIA!
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aquabunny
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In response to kelseymel

I have some pack of self-adhesive paper by Sizzix, about 4x6 (the old "Little Sizzles" packs), and a small pack of paper about that size by American Crafts, and a small Stampin' Up container filled with small pieces of mulberry paper, and they all live happily together in a plastic shoebox.


 
Bxr-Linda
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In response to aquabunny

I have some 'regular' size magazine holders that I use for my smaller paper.
I also have some plastic "briefcase-like" folders.

Check out an office supply store or section. Lots of choice for letter-size storage.


 
kelseymel
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In response to Bxr-Linda

Good idea, Linda, thanks.

I use a magazine holder for my 8.5x11.



 
kelseymel
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  • aquabunny Said:
I have some pack of self-adhesive paper by Sizzix, about 4x6 (the old "Little Sizzles" packs), and a small pack of paper about that size by American Crafts, and a small Stampin' Up container filled with small pieces of mulberry paper, and they all live happily together in a plastic shoebox.



I have too many things living happily in clear containers. They're taking over my world.


 
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