**VIDEO** Assembling Viewable Color Labels

Happy Friday!

Just taking a min to post the QFQT video for today. After this I am off to spending a day with my hubby, going to sushi and to watch World War Z! What are your weekend plans??

Today I am sharing a quick tip on how to put together a Viewable labels I use for cardstock and DSP organization. I have gotten lots of requests on it so I thought I would share it really quick.

I am also offering customized labels for sale for those who aren’t able to create these on their own. Check it out here.

Thanks for stopping by and hope you have a fabulous weekend!!


**VIDEO** Organizations – Stamp Sets & DSPs


Happy Friday!!

I am excited to get back on my video tutorial schedules after playing catch up since I got home from Korea couple weeks ago. (Let me tall ya, it is HARD to get back to normal routine after being thousands miles away for so long!)

Today features the last episode of my Organizations 101 series for Quick Fix Quick Tricks. I am going to show you briefly how I store my stamp sets and Designer Series Papers. I recently changed how I store DSPs and loving having them together with my cardstock for easy access. Everything is at my fingertips and they don’t take much room.

Hope you are enjoying the video – I went over briefly in the video that I will be selling customized labels for Stampin’ Up! cardstocks and DSPs. I have gotten many requests from people so I have prepared couple of shopping options. Make sure to check out the link!


**VIDEO** Organizations – Framelits/Embossing Folder

Happy Monday!

Why don’t we start our week with a quick organization tip? I am still trying to get back to my normal schedule after being away for so long, so I am organizing my desk, craft studio, and my weekly schedule today. Thought this video would be helpful for all of you!

What other organization tips would you like me to share? Leave a comment below! 

Thanks for watching and I will be back with a new project tomorrow!



**VIDEO** Organizations – Cardstocks

My journey of finding the best organization solutions for the craft studio never ends! I constantly try to find a better way to improve my current solutions. I LOVE organizing!!!! (You can tell I am a neat freak)

I have a 10×10 room where I work and craft and spend most of my days here. I do not like to leave things out and my materials all have place they stay. Today, I am sharing my quick tip on cardstock organization. So far this is the best solution I came up with, without taking too much space in my studio.


– I used this rolling file cart to store my cardstocks currently. It slides in and out nicely, so when I am done working on projects, I simply slide it in underneath my cutting area desk so it doesn’t take much space. I found the rolling file cart here. Make sure to shop around to get the best price!


– My cardstocks are sorted by the color collection, then by the specialty papers (water color papers, silver papers, vellumes, etc.). I labeled them using the Viewable Labeling systems and they all have the true color of the actual paper. I simply used the web color catcher to math the cardstock colors. It does take a while but so worth it! It is very easy to locate certain colors when needed.

Let’s chat up! How do you organize your cardstocks? Leave comments below, would love to see how others organize.

Dont have time? Order your ready-to-assemble labels HERE!


**VIDEO** Organizations – Baker’s Twines

Happy Friday!!

I know today’s post is a bit late (or a lot late lol) but I wanted to share my tips for this week on how to organize your stamping area. Today, I am going to talk about our lovely Baker’s Twines! 

Check out the video below to see how I organize mine. How do you organize yours? Make sure to share your tips on our Scraps & Stamps Facebook Page so others can be inspired from you as well.

I will be back shortly with a new card I created for all of you! Have a happy Friday night!