Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Jin's Give-Away #3!


It's the 3rd day of Jin's Give-Away week! Are you ready for more blog candy?

For the last two days, I have asked you to make a craft-related comment in order to enter in the give-aways. On Day 1, you told me about your favorite crafting tool, and on Day 2, you told me where you craft. Today let's talk about storage. Taking everything out of the craft room was quick and I took no time to do that at all and I am now at the point of putting things back. I'm finding it very challenging because there's a lot that I want to put back but I also want to do it so that all that stuff can be seen and are easily accessible. I have the habit of buying things and forgetting about them because I don't see them, so I was really happy when I found this Art Bin Store-In-Drawer Cabinet :

Image from artbin.com
There are thirty little drawers in the unit and I love that they are clear so that I can see what's inside. This will be perfect for storing all my embellishments!

When I was in Costco the other week, I picked up a few sets of these 12"x12" cases:

Set of 5 cases from Costco. $19.99 per set.
Each set of 5 costs $19.99 and are made by Creative Options. I had bought them because the colors look so pretty but I wasn't really sure what I could use these boxes for. So I turned to Facebook. Those of you who answered my question about them, I want to say a big "Thank you!"! You have given me so many good ideas of what I can do with these,  I may have to go back to the store to get more! For those of you who missed my question on Facebook, you can check out the thread on these boxes on my wall HERE. There are some very interesting suggestions.

And now, let's have another give-away!

Today, I'm giving away a....


Martha Stewart Crafts Scoring Board and Envelope Tool


Here's how to win:

Leave a comment here on the blog and tell me how you store your papers. Do you keep them in a box or just leave them on the floor? Do you use a paper rack or do you keep them in a cabinet?                                   


**Please comment on this page only (and not Facebook) to be considered for today's giveaway.**

The terms of the give-away are the same as the past two days:

If you are not a follower of this blog or its Facebook page, you may enter this giveaway once.

If you are a follower of this blog or its Facebook page, you may enter 2 times. Just post your comment 2 times and mention in your 2nd comment that you are a follower of either this blog or the UnderACherryTree Facebook page.

International readers, please note: Since I am giving away physical items, I will only be able to ship the prizes within the United States. If you win but do not have a U.S. address, I will email a $5 Lettering Delights gift certificate to you as your prize and will draw another name for the physical prize.

Entries to this week's give-aways will close on Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm PST. All winners of this week's give-aways will be picked by Random.org and will be announced on Monday, March 5.

Good Luck!

143 comments :

  1. I've got lots of 12x12 boxes, and also some letter racks (that are landscape style instead of portrait i.e. the opening is about 12.5 inches) - so I've put a 12.5x12.5 cardboard piece at the bottom of the tray and 12x12 paper sits in them quite nicely.

    http://fenchurchcrafts.wordpress.com

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  2. Entering the competition. I store my paper in Plumbing Pipes standing upside. It is neat and amazing easy to access.
    Because my sheets are 1000cm x 700cm it is huge and always a problem to store.
    Best regards
    Tersia

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  3. I store my paper in my "paper rack", which is a part of the shelving unit in my craft room. I also use the clear plastic boxes, like you bought at Costco.

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  4. (second entry, because I liked your FB page) I store my paper in my "paper rack", which is a part of the shelving unit in my craft room. I also use the clear plastic boxes, like you bought at Costco. :)

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  5. I picked up some shoe cabinets at Ikea. they are about 18 inches square and open by a pull down door that only opens about 45 degrees. I attached four of these to one end of my workable. They are perfect for holding 12 inch pads and papers.

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  6. You're right, papers papers everywhere! I actually purchased a paper rack (24 slots) from a scrapbooking store that was going out of business. I keep my 12 x 12's in that. For my 8 1/2 x 10's I keep in a paper holder rack I purchased from paperwishes.com and my 6 x 6's are stacked on a shelf no a bookcase. This system lets me pretty much see color ranges so I can grab pretty quickly. Do we get to see your reorganized system? I'm sure it will be inspirational!

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  7. I have a paper rack where I store my papers!!

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  8. 2nd entry for following the blog

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  9. I have paper racks and I also have an old magazine rack that I purchased from a second hand store.

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  10. Second entry...I follow your blog.

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  11. I use plastic paper stackers for card stock. Each stackers houses 2-3 color families. They sit directly in front of me on my book case so I can see everything I have at a glance. I also use Cropper Hopper vertical paper holders on the next shelf down which holds my paterned papers. I also use a "jumbo coupon divider" to hold scrap solid and patterned papers which is just under my desk within arms reach!

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  12. I store my paper in a rolling craft cart. I LOVE your storage bins!! I have this THING for containers. It's been handed down in the genes from the women in my family. lol

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  13. I store mine in magazine holders, but big enough for scrapbook paper. I have been looking for an alternate solution to my paper storage though. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  14. right now i am storing mine in a box. I am still getting my craft space organized so i can find things.

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  15. I am a blog follower,
    I am storing my paper in a box. i am still organizing my craft space.

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  16. all my papers have to be stored in my wardrobes as anything i leave out gets sunbleached :(

    Helen x

    helenstannett@tiscali dot co dot uk

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  17. I am also a follower on facebook and here on your blog

    Helen x

    helenstannett@tiscali dot co dot uk

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  18. I store my papers by size in cubes, also try to keep themed papers together....

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  19. I store my papers in a pink 12x12 box that I got on sale at micheals

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  20. I store my papers in a pink 12x12 box that I got on sale at micheals

    I follow this blog

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  21. Was lucky enough to pick up some paper trays at my LSS when they went of business, wish I had bought more than 10 tho. Thanks

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  22. Entry#2-Was lucky enough to pick up some paper trays at my LSS when they went of business, wish I had bought more than 10 tho. Thanks

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  23. I also store my papers in the 12x12 boxes. Love those 12x12 containers!
    Cecelia
    larocque cj at comcast dot net

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  24. I store my papers in the 12x12 storage containers from Michael's. My husband bought to sets of 4 as my Christmas gifts, I already had two of the so there are a total of 10 bins inside my Billy shelf from IKEA.

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  25. I love that scor it tool! I really want that one. I store my papers in containers similar to the ones you posted that were colored. I also have some in a very large rolling scrap bag. Others are just sitting on a shelf. No rhyme or reason to my storage! LOL

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  26. hello again!
    in yesterday's give-away, I mentioned the wardrobe turned craft storage. I keep my papers inside. I organize the different paper types in the cardboard mag files I bought, 3pcs a set, for PhP 85 (less than $2). They are growing in numbers and will soon take over half of the space. I wouldn't mind. I love paper crafting.

    Nelle
    nelle.ganda@gmail.com
    http://cutsofjoy.blogspot.com/

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  27. I store my papers in a cabinet I picked up at Hobby Lobby. I love the Martha Stewart products.
    mike
    mike69361@gmail.com

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  28. My cardstock is just in a pile...I would love some other storage option, but I haven't found one that I love yet.

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  29. right now I store my papers on a book shelf, it is working for now, would love to get those storage bins you found though:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com
    mexicopetshop at hotmail dot com

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  30. I have a paper rack that I have *some* of my paper in but I have my paper stacks just laying on the floor right now-which my husband is not too crazy about, I am sure:) I think these boxes are awesome-although I don't have any of them:( and we don't have a costco either:( :(
    Thanks for this AWESOME giveaway!!!
    Pauline at tinkertoys dot net

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  31. I am a blog & Facebook follower:)
    Thanks for this AWESOME giveaway!!!
    Pauline at tinkertoys dot net

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  32. I store most of my paper on shelves of my bookcase, I(try to)organize the card stock and paper packs by theme/color and do the same for my loose papers with the help of cropper hopper holders. I use the 12x12 boxes and folders for scraps, and I keep them on a shelf too.
    Being a paper hoarder, pretty soon I'll be talking about bookcases, not just shelves...

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  33. I'm a blog follower and a FB fan, so here's my second entry :)

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  34. I store my cardstock stacks on the top shelf the closet of my craft room. The loose paper is in a cabinet (mostly) :) This summer my craft room is getting a make over!!!
    math_princess@hotmail.com

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  35. I love seeing your projects on facebook! Everything is adorable!
    math_princess@hotmail.com

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  36. I have a desk cabinet that I use to store papers. I use a magazine holder thing turned on its side. I can just pull it out a little and flip through the pages easily to find what I need.

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  37. Also a follower and facebook fan. Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

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  38. Thanks Jin for the chance to win the MS scoring board. On my paper storage, I have the stand up plastic bins and I also use the Artbin storage containers that close for crops.

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  39. I store mine vertical in cropper hopper containers on a shelf in my closet. I use containers like what you got at costco for storing my scraps in.

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  40. Those drawers look perfect! I store my paper in wire paper racks I purchased from a scrapbook store. The shelves are a little tight (papers with borders only fit one way), but fine for personal use. The best trick I can offer is to keep a page protector (cheap notebook size work well) with each shelf or box or container. After creating, put the matching scraps in the protector. Next time you select paper from this group, check the scraps to see if there are any to match that paper line.

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  41. I am a follower and subscriber
    Those drawers look perfect! I store my paper in wire paper racks I purchased from a scrapbook store. The shelves are a little tight (papers with borders only fit one way), but fine for personal use. The best trick I can offer is to keep a page protector (cheap notebook size work well) with each shelf or box or container. After creating, put the matching scraps in the protector. Next time you select paper from this group, check the scraps to see if there are any to match that paper line.

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  42. Years ago, one of our local scrapbook stores went out of business and sold everything..including a tall shelf that held paper which I now use. I also use plastic filing bins and cropper hopper containers. Hmm...maybe I have too much paper? hahah...

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  43. I'm a follower...entering second chance :)

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  45. You have made my week so much brighter with all your giveaways! I LOVE your blog Jin! I store my paper in a cabinet. I wish I had a different organization system but I don't right now.

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  46. This is my 2nd... I LOVE following both!

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  47. I keep my paper in a cabinet. I should probably re-think that, after reading some of these comments!

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  48. I follow both your blog and Facebook page, so here's my second chance comment!

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  49. I store my paper in a container that is made by Paper Studio, which is specifically made to hold all my 12x12s.. I love it because it stands all the paper up and allows me to sift through to find what I want quickly.

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  50. Second post.. I follow you on Facebook.. love your work!!!

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  51. I have a couple different upright, paper racks. They were originally an office supply system and they work great for hanging my papers. Love the convenience of them.

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  52. Storage is always an issue with me and my ever growing supplies! For paper I store them in the plastic containers like the ones you have above. I also store them in magazine holders (my paper packs) which do not work to well so I am looking for a better storage solution for that. I love papers and sometimes have a hard time using them so they build up!! I have made a plan to start using more before purchasing any..lets see how long that last..LOL!!
    Thanks for the chance to win today!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  53. FB follower and blog follower :)
    Happy Leap Year Day!!
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  54. I store my paper in storage totes and I have them in hanging file folders by color.

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  55. I sort my paper in size and put in different containers. Then for the same size of paper, they are sorted by company and color.

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  56. I just posted a snippet on my blog on how I store my crap. I have paper in drawers and shelves and I raided IKEA to store all my other stuff. I love those round metal containers that are magnetic. They have clear lids so you can see what's in them.

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  57. p.s. am a follower and a Facebooker follower.

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  58. I store my papers in a 12x12 box that I found at Joanns. I like them because the paper stands up and doesn't get wrinkles but it's hard to looks through my stash! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    shophappy mn at gmail dot com

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  59. I follow your wonderful blog! Thanks!

    shophappy mn at gmail dot com

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  60. For the A2 packs of paper, I use the mini milk crates from the Dollar Tree. For the large packs, they are stacked vertical in a wood cabinet with shelves. For lose paper and themes and seasons, I bought 12x12 folders from Hobby Lobby that also have 3 extra pockets on each. I divide them by seasons, and themes and colors and one for glitter papers. It works quite well.

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  61. Yes, I follow you both places. The ideas for the storage boxes were great.

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  62. I keep some of them on the floor and some of them in 12X12 bins from Michaels.

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  63. I keep some of them on the floor and some of them in 12X12 bins from Michaels.
    I follow your blog and follow you on FB.
    Donna O'Neil

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  64. I keep my 12x12 pads in a Rubbermaid tower with drawers. The smaller stacks are in one of my desk drawers.

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  65. 2nd comment - Follower on FB and blog

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  66. I use Cropper Hopper vertical paper storage.

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  67. I a mix of all the above. Some are in a container, some are on the floor, some are on my shelf, some are in file folders, and some are in a crop hopper thing. I'm a mess!! LOL

    Fan of you blog!!

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  68. 2nd comment!

    Fan of you FB page.

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  69. I store my paper in cropper hopper holders that sit in my JetMax cubes. My scraps live in a 8 shelf metal office inbox/outbox sorter. I have 8.5x11 paper in a paper organizer shelf like they sell at office supply stores.

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  70. My paper is everywhere...on the table, in boxes, EVERYWHERE! *LOL*

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  71. Those boxes you bought do look fun! I actually store my paper vertical in the cubes. I can't remember who makes those white craft cubes, but I have several of them. They have dividers in them and that's how I store all my pattern paper stacks. Then my 8.5x11 is also stored vertically by color in an old office mail organizer...the kind that in an office everyone had their "mail" slot in. It works great for that. I then store all my 12x12 cardstock in a large cropper hopper. All of it is within reach and I can see all the colors (except the paper stacks) at a glance. I keep the top sheet of my paper stacks and put them in protective sleeves so I can look at all my paper at once before I go pulling out a stack. It took me several attempts to get my paper the way I like it, but this is really working for me now. Lovin it! My only problem now is I'm OUT of storage space for paper! Gasp! I need to win your blog candy to get making some stuff so I can buy more paper! LOL.

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  72. I recently used an idea I seen on YouTube using Rubbermaid wire cubes. It was such a simple project and I have gotten so many compliments on it. I have 2-20 shelf paper trays and it cost me $30! It looks really nice too! I do like those boxes though too, I might have to go to Costco and get some! :) Can never have enough storage suppies, right?

    Thanks!

    3maabgr at gmail dot com

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  73. I am also a blog follower! :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    3maabgr at gmail dot com

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  74. This is my second entry and I am a blog follower.

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  75. I store my paper in a chest from the Paula Dean Home Collection. It's so nice to pull open a drawer a pull out my paper that stays perfectly wrinkle free. Thanks Jin for thinking of us, your blog followers.

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  76. My husband got me paper racks that could store my 12x12 papers and cardstocks. But for some that I hardly use I just put them inside the cabinet.

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  77. I use a 12 x 12 rack that stores my papers flat. My 8.5 x 11 holder is from a craft store. My favorite storage unit is from Lowe's. My husband got it for a $1. They were discarding the shelving unit with rows of clear boxes. It is great for stamps and embellishments.

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  78. I store my paper on a book shelf arranged by color.

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  79. I also follow you on Facebook!

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  80. I don't have much paper, so they are stored on my bookshelf w/books in front of the papers and another book at the end of the papers. I just started collecting, so when the time comes, I think I may store them in a box like the ones you posted.=)

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  81. oh I so need one of these...

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  82. This is my second post. I also follow on FB.

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  83. I have 2 upright plastic storage containers with drawers that I keep all my papers in. One holds all my 12x12 papers and the other one holds all my 8.5x11 and smaller paper.

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  84. I am a follower of your blog!

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  85. I store my paper in a paper rack - the storage line that Michael's sells.

    Felicit - fsclassen at gmail dot come

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  86. I store my 12x12 paper in plastic crates like the milk ones. I have had them for years so I don't remember for sure where I got them from but I am thinking it was probably Walmart. My 8.5 x 11 paper is stored in a filing cabinet and also paper boxes that you buy a case of paper in. Oh I have way too much paper. LOL

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  88. Oops. I posted the same message twice.

    2nd chance. I am also a follower of your blog and facebook. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  89. I have a paper rack! We bought one at Hobby Lobby with a 40% coupon. I have much love for the paper rack!

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  90. I have a paper rack! We bought one at Hobby Lobby with a 40% coupon. I have much love for the paper rack!

    I like you on Facebook

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  91. I kind of just throw all my papers in a pile and go through them when I'm looking for something. lol Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  92. I keep most of my 12x12 paper in plastic Cropper Hopper storage containers. My 8 1/2x11 is in a file drawer in file folders. But....being a paperholic, I also have paper in stacks (it's a sickness!). Thanks for the great giveaway. I follow your blog.

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  93. My 81/2x11 paper is in file folders in a drawer; my 12x12 is mostly in Cropper Hopper storage containers. Thanks for the giveaway. I follow your blog.

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  94. lets see, I store my 12x12 DCWV paper on my paper rack, my not so thick 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock in a wrought iron magazine holder, it is so amazing I paid $1 for it from my LSS closing sale....
    and then my SU cardstock on the floor right beside me...
    thank you so much for the chance to win
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  95. this is my second post for following on FB and blog land....
    lets see, I store my 12x12 DCWV paper on my paper rack, my not so thick 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock in a wrought iron magazine holder, it is so amazing I paid $1 for it from my LSS closing sale....
    and then my SU cardstock on the floor right beside me...
    thank you so much for the chance to win
    brodiec88 at hotmail dot com

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  96. i also have that 30 drawer cabnet. i love it.

    i store most of my paper in 2 large crates under the scrap table. i store some scraps in 2 plastic boxes. one under table one on table. i also have some in the closet on a shelf and also more in a cabnet.

    craftingwithblue at gmail dot com

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  97. second post to say im a follower of you at both places.

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  98. Hi ya! I use a tote to store my 12 by 12 paper! But that will change! I have some USPS shipping boxes that i will tape together and decorate than label and put my 12 by 12 in those! TFS CallyAnn

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  99. Hi, This is most about solid paper and scraps. I've tried many ways over the years, but the way that is working for me for awhile now is in drawers. I bought many 3 drawers sets from Target, labeled them with color families. Now I just open a drawer, grab the color and go! Thanks for the give-a-ways!

    http:kroppinkaren@blogspot.com

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  100. Second comment, google follower.
    Hi, This is most about solid paper and scraps. I've tried many ways over the years, but the way that is working for me for awhile now is in drawers. I bought many 3 drawers sets from Target, labeled them with color families. Now I just open a drawer, grab the color and go! Thanks for the give-a-ways! http:kroppinkaren@blogspot.com

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  101. I store my papers on shelves in my closet.

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  102. I love the scoring tool! I store my papers vertical paper holders on my Ikea shelving unit....

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  103. I also follow you on Facebook :)

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  104. Some time ago (a few years actually) I bought some project storage boxes from Oriental Trading Company. They hold 12x12 papers and are about 1 inch thick. I store them upright on a shelf in my craft room. I love these boxes as I can sort by color and just grab the one I want when crafting. Any large partial sheets go back in the box with the papers. The smaller scraps I store in some mini crates that I got at the dollar store. My pads of paper are stored next to the little boxes on the shelf.

    The problem is I need more of the 12x12 boxes! It seems my collection is continually growing. And of course, they have discontinued them. If anyone know of a source where I could find these, I surely would appreciate it.

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  105. I am a follower both here and on the FB page.

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  106. I store my 12x12 paper is big accordian folders that are made for scrapbook paper. I have 2 of them that sit on my desk and then the 8 1/2 x 11 paper has a expanding folder and then the solid scraps has one and the patterned scraps has one.

    iluvkatie74atyahoodotcom

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  107. I am a follower of the blog and get the emails.

    iluvkatie74atyahoodotcom

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  108. I store my papers in 12x12 scrapbook boxes loke yours (only mine aren't as cool~they are all clear) I also use 12x12 stackable trays (on my workspace) and 12x12 Cropper Hopper storage (in cabinet).
    Thanks foe another fabo;ous giveaway :)

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  109. I store in a file box that I got from Walmart for a dollar!! I use them for everything! I store my scraps in a binder with the clear pockets.

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  110. I keep most of my 12 x 12 paper in a plastic storage box and my 8.5 x 11 in a hanging file folders by colors.

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  111. I love those containers!!! I just bought a bunch of the containers from Michaels when they were on sale for the Black Friday specials and I hate them because they never close right!!! I am going to see if I can order some of these because once again we have no good stores like Costco and Ikea around here!!

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  112. I bought a plastic bin made to hold hanging file folders and store all my 8.5 X 11 cardstock in there organized by colors. For the 12X12, I just recently purchased a storage folder system that allows me to store it in a similar way.

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  113. I store my papers in racks and in containers like the ones you bought at Costco! BTW, I need to check my Costco and pick up some more of those! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  114. I'm a follower in FB and in Blogger! :)

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  115. Most paper is cut into card-sized pieces, arranged by color in empty Kleenex boxes with the top cut & taped down inside the box, perfect size for vertical storage. I use smaller boxes and kiddie cups to store smaller strips inside these boxes or a larger plastic drawer - everything is stored by color. In-process card parts are kept together in little plastic photo sleeves cut out of cheap 4x6 photo holders - if necessary, I'll cut the short side open to hold the 4.25x5.5 inch card base as well. Otherwise, Cropper hopper vertical storage for 12x12 & magazine vertical holders for letter sized.

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  116. I'm a follower, this is 2nd entry.

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  117. Jin, thanks for reminding me of your give-aways! I store my paper in the cropper-hopper vertical see through containers. I found them at Amazon for $6.00 each!

    Thanks for the chance to win Martha's scoring tool.

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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  118. I store my papers on shelves in the following categories: 12x12 solid color paper, 12x12 patterned paper, 8.5x11 paper, and scraps/other.

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  119. 2nd entry since I follow both: I store my papers on shelves in the following categories: 12x12 solid color paper, 12x12 patterned paper, 8.5x11 paper, and scraps/other.

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  120. Hi Jin,

    I store my papers on Michaels storage clear box. They are great for it!

    Thanks,
    Michelle

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  121. Hi...

    My second entry. I follow your blog!

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  122. I store most of my papers on a wire rack
    <3 Pam
    MzLavr2sCreations@live.com

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  123. ENtry 2, I am a follower
    <3 Pam
    MzLavr2sCreations@live.com

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  124. My papers are multiplying all over the house! They have a way of moving from my son's bedroom where they are supposed to be to the dining room (where I craft) and the family room (where my computer is).
    I follow you.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    fourkidstwocats at msn dot com

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  125. Hi Jin,
    I store my papers on shelves on my IKEA Expedit.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    Martha

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  126. Hi Jin,
    I store my papers on shelves on my IKEA Expedit.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    2nd post because I follow your blog
    Martha

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  127. My papers are stored standing up in boxes I got from Costco.. cardboard boxes.. that fit the 12x12 perfectly.. they were from laundry detergent and have dividers in them. I have them face high on a shelf I got by the side of the road, where they fit perfectly. The smaller sheets are also on the shelf, in a cardboard box they fit perfectly in. No kidding, shopping the empty box bins in Costco has been very helpful in my storage areas.

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  128. I'm am lucky enough to have great neighbors who built me actual paper storage shelves....best thing ever!!!!!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  129. Oh, and I'm a follower!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  130. I'm kinda addicted to papers! Yes, I think it's an illness. I've got papers store on shelves, in containers and boxes. I may need to seek help soon :O)

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  131. I use a crate that I turned on it's side and stack the paper in there. On the spine of the stacks, I wrote the name of the stack so I know which is which. Might not be the best way for some with LOTS but I only have 10-15.

    Melissa

    twobargainhunterz (at) verizon (dot) net

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  132. 2nd comment follower on FB

    I use a crate that I turned on it's side and stack the paper in there. On the spine of the stacks, I wrote the name of the stack so I know which is which. Might not be the best way for some with LOTS but I only have 10-15.

    Melissa

    twobargainhunterz (at) verizon (dot) net

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  133. Ha! This is an easy one to answer because I got those same containers from Costco a month ago and that's where all my paper now resides! I could sure use another set of them though for my stamps!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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