Organize This... Organize That..
Loc: sittin' right here!
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:07:33 PM|
How do you keep track of all that you have going on in terms of Scrapbooking stuff? I have some incomplete P365 projects I want to finish, Baby books, vacation, reunion etc. All projects I want to complete but thinking about them just overwhelms me.
How do you keep track of all that you'd like to get done or have on your scrapbooking plate?
Happily married to my Salvadoreno y Orgullosa de ser Mexicana. Lovin' my 3 boys. Thirty-One Gifts is my newest adventure & having so much fun!
Loc: Okanagan, BC Canada
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:17:29 PM|I make page kits and store my work-in-progress (OK, they are UFO's ) in boxes and envelopes. The boxes are clear of have a color and big enough to fit a whole mini album in. The envelopes -also clear- are good enough for some paper and embellishments. I label them with masking tape and a sharpie.
My photo's are in photo-size envelopes in 'shoe boxes' with the subject on a sticky note and sometimes even a sketch. If there is more (folders, tickets, and so on) and I am not planning to do it soon; usually no matching paper yet, etc., I have them in binders with those letter sized clear pockets.
Hope it makes sense..
Happy Happy Pea
Loc: New York
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:20:56 PM|
I like the idea of storing the way you suggested. I will admit though that I don't really store my ufo's. I leave them right in the middle of the pad that I scrap on. That way they don't stay UFO's for very long. But I'd love to be a little more organized... that's for sure!
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:37:52 PM|I put a list of the projects on my white board. Then I pick one to work on - and hopefully cross off the list.
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:40:37 PM|
I keep a small notebook and write down ideas and pages I want to do. That way I won't forget it. It ends up being a continuous list. Then *hopefully* I will eventually get to it.
hot scrap-pea mama
Loc: Midwest near Chicago!!
|Posted: 1/24/2013 9:46:29 PM|
I actually keep a pretty detailed spread sheet. I have three kiddos and a seperate family album so It could get reall confusing. The spreadsheet allows me to go through photos, date it and give it a potential title. I highlight them when the layout gets done.
For minis and smaller projects I have drawers marked "In Progress" that way all the supplies for that specific mini stay together.
Hope this helps.