I wish I'd added some information about how to store/organize Pocket Page supplies in the Get Organized Class. So I'm going to add this topic to our class forum to see what we can all share. I've seen some fun wooden storage boxes people have found while thrifting and some boxes on Etsy that people use. I currently have my items in my strawberry baskets I showed during Embellishments Week. But I'm curious in nature so I'm wondering and going to ask, if you do Pocket Page layouts or albums how do you store everything you need to work?
Note: If you're not familiar with Pocket Page scrapbooking, its a way to scrapbook that's achieved by slipping pieces of pre-printed card stock (from 3"x3," 4"x4", 3"x4" and 4"x6"), photos and journaling cards into sectioned-off page protectors. I took a class about seven years ago from Kelli Collins and Amy Totty at Scrapbooks, Etc. (now ETC.) in Mesa, AZ. They called their class Lickety Slip and it was one of the more enjoyable and quick-paced classes I've ever taken. The best thing was finishing all of the cards in class. Bazzill soon offered Lickety Slip cards and sectioned pocket page protectors. Many manufacturers in the industry now offer their own lines of cards, page protectors, coordination card stock and even albums to support the Pocket Page scrapbooker.