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hmmm I really like this fabric on canvas idea. Now that I have a drill, I can actually do one... so I guess this is more a DIY? LOVE

A simple way to organize your scraps is by cleaning up the shape of the piece (with a pair of small, sharp scissors like this) and then popping it into a glassine envelope. I taped the envelopes into a new journal so that I can reference the colorful bits for future paper craft projects. (from decor8)

Lastly and most importantly, my color sorted scraps! I would be nothing if it weren't for my scraps! Seriously. I use these for EVERYTHING, and so do my boys! There is no scrap too big or too small for cards, tags, flowers, punching circles or covering a jar... truly, the possibilities for scraps are endless!!!

Labeled drawers for scrap paper - Another "why didn't I think of this" idea. Much more user friendly than the catch-all scrap box!

Paper sorter made from postal mailing boxes. Stack together with duct tape ans cover with pretty paper.

20 Creative Scrapbooking Storage Solutions Tidy up your scrapbooking supplies with these easy storage solutions.

This is a great idea. Keep things in this clear accordion folder such as fabric swatches, paint colors or whatever for when you are looking to redecorate or just for a wish list...label each section according to room, style etc...

9/27/2011; Barbara Anders at Paper Pursuits' blog; "I make mostly A2 cards, so when I need a mat and I cut a sheet into quarters, I file all the unused quarters in this photo box that I picked up at Wal*Mart for less than $5. The dividers came from Office Depot and I made the labels for them using card stock and my SU! Round Tab punch." Straight from Barb!

Pallets, cut in half and then stacked to create short storage. This would be awesome for paper in the studio....