Paper notebooks (aka Traveler's Notebooks) are popular among paper crafters and used for everything from list making to memory keeping. It's a perfect & portable blank canvas for creativity!
I've designed this notebook specifically as a companion alongside my December Daily project this year. I've always wanted something that I could easily grab to make quick notes in and jot down ideas. A place for raw thoughts that may or may not make it into my finished album. I love that this notebook doesn't have to be "perfect".
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I'm a huge fan of having an organized space where everything has a home, the most used items are within easy reach. This craft space by Melissa of Design, Eat, Repeat inspires me so much. It's just so fun & happy!
photo credit // designeatrepeat.com
Although I'm inspired by all things storage & organization on IG & Pinterest right now, and I know that although there are many beautifully organized spaces to be found, I have to remember what works best for me. In this post I talk about consumable & non-consumable supplies, and open vs closed storage when organizing craft supplies. That post also highlights how I store my acrylic story stamps from Ali Edwards.
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Organizing just about anything is a "hot topic" these days, from Marie Kondo to The Home Edit (both available on Netflix) and I'm a huge fan of both for different reasons. But fair warning, after bing watching you just might have the urge to organize everything in sight in pretty rainbows or decorative boxes. Now doesn't that spark joy!
photo credit // The Home Edit
I've been paper crafting for 15+ years now, and often find myself editing supplies, and searching for new storage solutions that work for me within the spaces I have. I often see this question posted in online craft communities, so I thought I would share how I'm currently organizing stamps & kits I've collected specifically from Ali Edwards.
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