Tuesday, July 10, 2018

#214 6x6 Designer Series Paper Storage Solution

This is the most amazing storage solution EVER!
What do you do with your 6x6" Designer Series Paper? 
I know what I did...I stacked it and never in a great place.
BUT can put together this super fun and sturdy storage solution AND you get to use your beautiful Designer Series Paper

This project was CASE'd (Copy and Share Everything) from Tiffany at Pretty in Paper Crafts who case'd it from someone else.

However that said, the files attached for you to download to have pictures and instructions were designed by me. I found that I needed something that I could really look at to make sure I had it all scored and cut in the right places. I hope that you find it helpful. 

What I love about this storage solution
  • It fits my paper that I couldn't fit anywhere else previously
  • It is sturdy
  • It didn't cost me any $$, just a few sheets of paper
  • Each back of paper fits perfectly
  • You can take out each holder to use and then put back later. 
  • You get to use your Designer Series Paper to decorate
  • It's SUPER organized!

Watch my video below showing you exactly how to put it together and don't forget the directions you can print out below as well!

Supplies needed
  • 2 sheets of cardstock for each paper holder. 5 paper holders = 10 sheets of paper for the holders
  • 1 sheet of cardstock for the base
  • 1 piece of DSP enough for (2) 6 1/8 x 1 1/4" and (2) 2 1/2 x 1 1/4" 
  • Circle Tab Punch
  • 3/4" Circle Punch
  • Tear and Tape
  • Adhesive

I hope you just love this :) 
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Have a wonderful organized day now that you have a new way to store your 6x6" paper :) 

Happy Crafting

Anonymous said...

This is super awesome! And your timing could not be more perfect, since I just cut all my 12x12 paper into 6 inch squares and was trying to figure out the best way to store it where it would not be 'out of site' in a box.