I know this topic often comes up and lately I've been reading every one. I'm in kinda a pickle and was hoping someone here might have some advice.
I don't do a lot of scrapping at home as I just don't have the space. I do go to weekend crops a few times/yr though so my scrap stuff generally stays packed (plus is saves on space that way).
I've been having trouble finding a decent way to organize my stickers so they're organized and portable. I don't have a lot of stickers but enough, especially alphas that I like to take them back and forth.
Last yr I purchased an expandable folder, but the bottom doesn't expand so it filled pretty quickly and it just recently broke. I liked it because it had a hard top and a sturdy handle. I see in many threads that people have their stickers in binders so I thought I'd try that. I bought a covered sticker binder and some of the inserts/pages. I'm finding that the pockets aren't big enough, so the stickers all fall out when I turn the pages.
So I'm wondering a couple of things, people who use binders, do they generally just put several pkgs of stickers in one one pocket page (like a page protector, one opening)? Do they move around a lot in your binder?
Is there anything else I can do? I've seen people use the clip-it-up, but I don't have the space for one and I don't think they're very portable. I've also heard of people just using a clear 12x12 bin, but I really like having them sorted by color/topic.
Any help is appreciated! THANKS!