Welcome to week eight of the 52 Weeks To An Organized Workspace challenge. This week, we’re organizing our solid cardstock. This should be an easy week for most of us. Solid cardstock isn’t anywhere near as addictive as patterned paper. Or is it? Either way, let’s get to it.
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Solid cardstock is definitely a necessary evil. It’s one of those basic supplies that we just can’t seem to live without. Here’s the thing, though. When it really comes down to it, our options are extremely limited for how to organize it. The most obvious way to sort it is of course by color. Once you’ve got that much figured out, the only question left to answer is do you store it horizontally or vertically?
That’s really just a matter of personal preference and quite possibly how much space you have. If you don’t have a lot of storage space, you might not have a choice but to store it in some sort of stacked unit. If storage space really isn’t an issue, maybe you’d rather store it horizontally in something like Cropper Hoppers. It of course depends on what makes the most sense for you and your space.
I sort my solid cardstock by color and store it horizontally in Cropper Hopper minis. I’ll share some pictures a little later in the week. I also have a few unopened packs of both white and kraft Bazzill, which are just sort of hanging out on one of my shelves because, at least for the moment, I have more solid cardstock than I do space for it. Note to self: In the future, don’t stock up on solid cardstock. I actually, for the most part, only use the white at this point, so it looks like the little guy has lots of options to choose from when he starts making stuff. Here’s to hoping that happens sooner rather than later.
Ideas for Organizing Solid Cardstock
Here are some other ideas I found for organizing solid cardstock. Maybe, you can find something that inspires you. When you do, don’t forget to share before and after pictures of your solid cardstock storage.
Psst… If you haven’t already, you’re definitely going to want to come hang out with us in our 52 Weeks Facebook group. That’s where we’ll be chatting about the challenges and our creative spaces.
Just to review, here’s your to-do list for this week.
1. Answer the question of the week.
2. Decide how you want to organize your solid cardstock.
3. Buy whatever supplies you need to and get started.
4. Share before and after pictures.
Also, if you missed it, here are the links to the Creating Workspaces mini-series for those of us who are starting over or starting from scratch.
Creating Workspaces That Work For You – Part I
Creating Workspaces That Work For You – Part II
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Thanks so much for visiting. See you next week!