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Scrapbooking Sticker Organization

Scrapbooking Sticker Organization

May 10, 2008 Sarah Coggins
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Over the years, my stash of scrapping supplies has grown. This includes lots and lots of stickers and rub-ons. I used to keep them in a single poly 8.5×11 envelope. When it was about the bust at the seams, I found an idea on Two Peas from another member to organize them in a binder using these 99cent poly envelopes from Target:

Scrapbooking Sticker Organization

This has been wonderful for me. The envelopes come in several colors, all translucent. I prefer the clear so I stocked up on several trips. Each holds a category – letters, words, kids, animals, etc. I labeled them using my Dymo label maker.


  • Lida May 9, 2008 at 9:56 pm
    I tried to do that once but it wasn´t confortable at least for me, but maybe it was me and not the system. Yours look so organized
  • Ter May 9, 2008 at 10:33 pm
    awesome!! :)

    thanks for your comment about my card... I'm excited about crafting again.... I just need to get organized then I won't get overwhelmed with the mere thought of it all.

    And as for your comment on my other blog entry, Sarah, I can tell that you genuinely care and are truly sympathetic. There may never be any "right words" but it's all in how they are expressed. I appreciate your efforts and you know what? That means a whole lot more than you'll ever know. :) Thank you. :)
  • jill May 10, 2008 at 6:06 am
    great org idea!
  • Linda May 10, 2008 at 9:10 am
    Looks great! I keep my stickers in different drawers sorted by category.
  • oceans5 May 10, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    What a great idea. I might have to try that. I have been working on organizing my scrap space even more. Thanks!!
  • Kim May 10, 2008 at 7:20 pm
    Great idea!
    Loved looking at the photos of your garden too... need to get our stuff in the ground!
  • Artyfax May 11, 2008 at 5:25 am
    Hi, just popped in via blogrush... I think that organising your stash is the key to efficient crafting. I seem to spend hours looking thro' my stuff everytime I sit down at my desk. It seems this idea might work for some items. At the moment I keep most of my stuff in "unmarked" cardboard trays, perhaps this is why I send to waste so much time searching for that one item I know I have somewhere. LOL
  • Theresa May 11, 2008 at 7:21 am
    Excellent idea. I think I'd have to use up an awfully lot of stickers in order for it to work for me. I went through the "buy every sticker out there" phase a couple of years ago, LOL. I have mine in an extra large accordian file folder divided as best as I can. Works for most of it but the every day kind of stickers just get lost. Think I'll use your idea and do a folder for those.
  • emily May 11, 2008 at 9:09 am
    Beautiful car!

    That has been my favorite way for storing stickers. I have a binder for alphas, one for reg. stickers and one for sticker quotes (which I use a lot). Haven't seen the envelopes at target though...I'll have to look. I use reg. sheet protectors and odd sized protectors (like for baseball cards, etc) for smaller peices...but they always fall out.
  • Sarah C. May 11, 2008 at 1:42 pm
    Thanks for the comments! :) The envelopes are in the office supply section of Target. Look around the 3-ring dividers & page protectors. They are Target's "" brand and close with a velcro fastener.
  • Cheri May 12, 2008 at 11:18 am
    Great organization system!
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