Organize Your Stuff Challenge - Week 5 SCRAPS!

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Posted 6/22/2009 by wookiemouse in General Scrappin'
 

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Posted: 6/22/2009 7:55:29 AM
Good morning scrappers! The Week 5 Challenge is up on my blog - get ready to tackle your piles of scraps this week!

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Posted: 6/22/2009 8:38:50 AM
Just checking out this thread for the first time and think I may have to join!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!!



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Posted: 6/22/2009 9:21:40 AM
Love this challenge! Great info as usual. I'm liking how my scraps are stored -- large plastic envelopes held in a magazine rack -- but do need to go through and weed out the bent and the ugly. I'll do that today.


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Posted: 6/22/2009 9:50:06 AM
Stacy,
I love the idea of zip lock bags and hanging on the clip it up! That makes them visible and easy to grab. Thank you for doing this, it has been a great help for me.
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Posted: 6/22/2009 11:58:23 AM
Welcome Scrpnmomo4, Your not too far behind to play catch up. This week is a light one.

Right now my scraps are everything 1/2" and up. Its a problem for me. I hate to throw away "real estate". I always think I can punch some mini's out.

I like the idea of not keeping anything that is not 2x2. I like my large drawer 12x12 but maybe I should separate the CS from the PP. Ziploc bag it is. Thanks

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Posted: 6/22/2009 4:35:04 PM
I totally love the way I store my scraps!! So this week Stacy you can cause me no pain!! BAWAHAHAHA---
I am still plugging away at week three though-- so I can't sit on my keister! I painted some of my furniture this past weekend and wow what a difference it made!! I am debating on weather to paint my little bookshelf too now..

But back to scraps... I have a small rubbermaid type container for hanging files. The top comes off-- and thats the way it sits under my scrapping table. (But if I go to a crop you can snap the top/handle on) I have a hanging file for the top colors RGBBBP.. Generally as I work on a project they first go into a wicker basket on my table as I have found that I tend to use the same color families when I get in a creative mood. Then as I clean up I sort them into the hanging folders. I don't really have too many scraps as I am a firm beleiver in using them (AKA I am a cheapskate--I mean frugal)I love to use strips of pattern paper on my layouts or blocks going down the side so it goes fast.


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Posted: 6/22/2009 6:23:16 PM
This is also an area I'm pretty happy with - I re-organized them in Febuaryish - M's clearanced the 9x9 CH vertical file box kits and I bought several. So anything smaller than 8x8 (the size I scrap) but big enough for a cardfront goes in ROYGBIV folders. I've trained myself to go there first for CS for titles and PP for die cutting or cardmaking.

I'll try and take a pic this week - I'm following along, but DS is usually in the carrier when I'm sorting/purging, so its hard to take pics.


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Posted: 6/22/2009 10:13:33 PM
One of the things that I'm doing with my scraps is making what I call Scrap Packs, or Card Packs. I was trying to get into the habit of making a card with the scraps after each layout. The thing is I am not much of a card maker and I don't enjoy making cards like I enjoy making layouts. So now if there are large enough scraps to make a card with, I am bagging them up in large Ziplocs and putting them in their own file so when I actually need to make a card I have stuff that matches already picked out and stored together. If the scraps don't look like they would make a cute card or if they are too small they go into regular scrap storage. I don't want to have a ton of these card packs though, so I pretty picky with what gets to be a card pack.

My regular scrap storage consists of 12x12 sterilite drawers organized by color. If I have really small scraps I just make square or circle punched shapes with them and keep them in my diecut tray.

The only thing I don't like about my regular scrap storage is it's not easy to take to crops and I use my scraps a lot so sometimes I wish I had them with me.

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Posted: 6/23/2009 4:57:22 AM
Well, I'm not very organized, but I have a 12x12 drawer that I throw my scraps into. Then every once in a while (last night), I go thru and sort cardstock by color, and get rid of pp I don't want to keep. I work in childcare, so I bring the unwanted scraps to work and use them there. Works for me!

I have to say that I'm still stuck on organizing paper from last week. I've started, but haven't had the mojo to go thru that whole huge pile of stuff.


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Posted: 6/23/2009 8:17:17 AM
I'm with Kelly - I'm still not finished sorting all my paper, it's SLOW going. But scraps are easy - they all go to my niece who loves to do collage artwork.


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Posted: 6/23/2009 9:45:02 AM
I'm still working on paper, too. I don't have a lot of scraps. I cleared most of them out when we moved last summer. They're organized in sterlite drawers which works for me. will try to post pics soon.

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Posted: 6/23/2009 4:27:37 PM
I'm still working on my paper from last week too!

Slightly O/T here:

How do you store your matching/coordinating smaller-sized papers or paper packs?

I mostly scrap 12x12 and picked up several matching small pads at BL earlier this year. I store the 12x12 in CH paper holders placed in my Target cubes. I don't want to throw the little pads in a 12x12 holder and waste storage space but I need to have them nearby to remember I have them!


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Posted: 6/23/2009 5:12:44 PM
KittyKatz I'm with ya!

What do I do with the 8x8 pad I bought a few weeks ago!? I just have it stuck in with my paper now but is there a better option?

Scraps are good for me too. CS goes in an acordian file sorted by color. PP goes all together in one 12x12 project folder. I might eventually need a better system for PP but right now it's still working. I also go to my scraps for a LOT of stuff before I cut into a shiny new sheet of paper!

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Posted: 6/23/2009 5:59:35 PM
I don't know if this helps or not but I do store my small size paper packs with the pattern paper color family. Although I suppose it could also be stored with my scraps?? But for now I know to look for it there.

They do make paper holders for that size-- you could transfer the paper there?? I keep all my assorted size mini book stuff in one holder (extra page protectors and card stock packages for mini books)



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Posted: 6/23/2009 7:39:15 PM
No I feel like I need to re-think my system.

I some mini pads like 4 of them and Some 8x8 stuff and some 8x11 CS. I probably should get a new system. Thanks. Back to Week 4 I go....

Do any of you use the 3 drawer sterilites? I have 4 of them now. I was going to just sort PP in them but If I get a few more I can do one drawer of mini CS, 8x11 CS and PP. Each set will represent a color. Then I can sort themes like travel, florals, holiday, seasonal, words, etc in my accordian holder.

What do you think?

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Posted: 6/23/2009 8:40:35 PM
I'm using a 3 drawer sterilite storage unit for my scraps. PP in 1 drawer, CS in 1 drawer, and 8.5x11 paper and large scraps that I use in my Silhouette in the last drawer. I have 2 clear poly binder pockets in the CS drawer holding white and black. I think I may put a couple more in there to separate some of the other colors. Large scraps (like 6x12 or larger) I just keep with the full size pieces of paper.

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Posted: 6/24/2009 12:33:08 AM

I don't know if this helps or not but I do store my small size paper packs with the pattern paper color family. Although I suppose it could also be stored with my scraps?? But for now I know to look for it there.

They do make paper holders for that size-- you could transfer the paper there?
I do have some of these for nonmatching papers. However, if I put matching papers in these then I may not remember I have them when I'm looking at my uncut 12x12 papers.

Maybe I should consider them scraps? But then I will have to rethink my scrap storage. Right now I have my scraps sorted by color in CH sticker envelopes or cut into squares and stored in something else. I try to keep my scraps to a minimum.


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Posted: 6/24/2009 8:21:31 AM
my cardstock scraps are in a system like dancingfish..pp goes into a general basket next to the cardstock hanging file. I'm pretty good at pulling out the cardstock when I need a small bit of solid color..but the pp just kinda sits there. Keep thinking I'm gonna usethem for cards..

but, for storage, its a good system that works well for me.



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Posted: 6/24/2009 12:30:21 PM
I'm kinda' with the P's who are still thinking week 4. I did finish my PP on Father's Day - HFD honey! (they watched movies anyway) - and I never got to my CS. It's orderly but not in the ROY... order that was posted. It took me several days to even figure OUT that acronym! So - I may or may not mess with that CS this week. The bin of scraps sits on top of the CS and I'm just kinda' avoiding the whole general area!

Maybe I'll get some organizational MOJO back by the weekend. I work and always do better then anyways.

I must say - despite my slight whining - that I have LOVED just staring at my 4 Expedit bins full of PP this week - all organized and put away and - to quote the queen of org, Martha, "it's a good thing".

Thanks Wookiemouse for keeeping us on task. I am mulling over scrap sorting options in my head.....


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2011: 165 12x12 pages completed, 1 December Daily album
2010: 125 12x12 pages completed, 31 8.5x11 pages completed, 1 December Daily album

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Posted: 6/24/2009 2:37:42 PM
still working on sorting through patterned paper, but my cardstock and scraps are organized. finally had a chance to take pics

http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?cmd=display&layout_id=1503571

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Posted: 6/24/2009 9:17:43 PM
I have looked at those 12 x 12 Sterilite for scraps, but I also want mobility for retreats and I would need 4 of them, which is a lot to carry. I have mine in the CM workshop totes that consultants had - which holds 10 x 12 paper...

but...

Now I have 12 x 12 in vertical holders, SU cardstock in a rack, CM and other scraps in the workshop mates and small scraps in CM decofiles, which means I have paper in four places and that seems excessive. I really want to condense but... I'm not sure how without more money expediture.

ugh.

Dancingfish - are you going to post pic's of your new painted pieces? come one = we need inspiration!
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Posted: 6/25/2009 12:00:43 PM
Jomama, I hear you. I've been trying to participate in this challenge for minimal investment. I really hate to spend at a time like this but the change needs to happen.

That is a lot of places to store your paper. Maybe just condensing your scraps would help. I know you want to keep your SU and 12x12 separate. What about 1 or 2 CH to hold your scraps in dividers.

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Posted: 6/25/2009 8:27:58 PM
Done! I got motivated yesterday to knock it out. I don't have a lot of scraps and keep large sections of PP in with the set. So, it was not that big of a chore and I figured organize it or pitch it, because having it all shoved into a bin wasn't working. I stopped on the way home and found this plastic bin for $4.99 and thought it would be perfect. Now I get 3 days off!

It's not elaborate and if I really start creating lots of scraps once I'm all organized and if I like using them, I can always upgrade my system. Repurposed Ziploc kit bags and $4.99 I could handle.

Thanks, Wookiemouse!


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Posted: 6/26/2009 9:32:46 AM
I bought some big ziploc bags at Traget yesterday and am hoping to tackle patterned paper this weekend.

Penny, I like you new scrap bin. looks perfect!

Stacy, just wondering if we might be able to squeeze album organization into the challenge? I need to come up with some kind of stystem for labelling the outside and I have a huge stack of completed layouts to add to albums. just an idea. I can always just do it on my own during one of the easy weeks, but it might help motivate me if it was part of the challenge.

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Posted: 6/26/2009 3:46:03 PM
No Fair Penny!! 3 days off....
Your scraps look great!!


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Posted: 6/26/2009 4:14:37 PM
aj2hall - I'll put it in with keeping things organized (week 26) - will that work?

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Posted: 6/26/2009 5:40:30 PM
Oh Dancing Fish - aren't you ALL organized ALREADY? You know I'm just trying to keep up with YOU! (Plus you know if I actually SCRAPPED more, I'd have more scraps to mess with!)


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Posted: 6/27/2009 12:16:30 AM
Hobbyaholic, do you crop outside the home? My only drawback on the Sterlite containers is the mobility factor... just a thought.

Dancingfish... uh... still waiting for painted pieces pics.

I just returned from our family vacation: from the cool breezes of the Smoky mountains back to our Northtexas heat! uck! BUT ... I had lots of time in the van to mull all these challenges over. I printed them out from week one and actually worked 'em over. I have been reading the posts, looking at links, and tearing into things making a mess but no real progress due to not sitting down to really think about it.

And? I'm going for broke! The boxes come out tomorrow and most everything is getting packed up just like Stacy suggested. I'm painting those shelves as suggested by a few (for now - the brainstorming made me realize what I really want - but I dont' have the money for that right now ) and going to ask hubby to devise some way to cover (doors maybe?) some of the shelves. Hope to post pic's soon.

To quote Dori from "Nemo"... "just keep swimming, just keep swimming...." We'll get there ladies - keep posting and encouraging!
Jo

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Posted: 6/27/2009 9:23:11 AM
Jomamastamps-- Glad to hear the vacation went well!! What a big undertaking to box it all up!! I bet the pain will be worth it in the end!
I only got the one hutch painted last weekend. RAIN RAIN RAIN-- and this weekend my DD and her new hubby are in town for a visit so I had to quickly make the room presentable... which defeats the whole purpose of tearing it all out.
Pictures will come


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Posted: 6/27/2009 11:27:16 AM
Jo - YOU GO GIRL!!!!!

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Posted: 6/27/2009 1:21:13 PM
stacy, week 26 sounds great. Thank you!

can't wait to see everyone's progress. made a little dent in my paper stack. still needs more sorting though


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Posted: 6/27/2009 1:21:56 PM
Thanks girls! I'm a bit concerned about doing this as I really only have time to seriously crop during the summer and so a small amount of stuff will be left out. I have decided I really want repurposed antiques and a crafty, shabby chic look (the 'close your eyes and dream" challenge), so I don't want to spend a bunch more money trying to fix cheap shelves or build something that ultimately I don't want. So my work here makes what I have livable until I can afford to do 'my dream room'. While I hate that it's in my dining room, I am giving up on moving it all to the game room or my over sized bedroom - I saw one lady here who said that hers was in a dining space and is living with it since it puts her close to the family. I love that thought! I'm sorry to be so wordy here, but I want to say that looking at all the sites and taking the time to really think and write about the challenges is really helping - I highly suggest taking the time to do it!
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Posted: 6/27/2009 3:03:41 PM
Well, Jomama, hang in there. It's all an evolution anyway! You might can get some good shabby chic deals at Canton! (I live in Plano.)

Wookiemouse, I am READY for Photo Week. I am prepping mentally for that and charging my battery to upload photos!

Ya'll have a SCRAPPY weekend!


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2010: 125 12x12 pages completed, 31 8.5x11 pages completed, 1 December Daily album

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Posted: 6/27/2009 3:57:26 PM
Jo, Glad that you had a very good vacation and a productive one. Seems that your plan will make the best possible space for you. Paint works wonders to transform a space. Especially for the eyes. At least once your done with the re-do you'll have the functional side of your room done and all you will have to do is find the "look" you want when your ready to invest in your dream space.

I'll be looking for all of the pictures.

As for the sterilite containers. I have just started cropping and I usually only take a project or two to work on. That way I don't get overwhelmed. I just need a better way to put everything so I can find it fast and see what I have on hand. I feel like I'm back at Week 1. This gets tougher when I realize I need more space.

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Posted: 6/27/2009 6:10:02 PM
I have my scraps sorted by color in Sterlite drawers and I like that system.

I've noticed this week after reading everyones' ideas, that I hardly ever use the patterned paper scraps. I might pull them out and pitch them since my drawers are getting pretty full. I'm also going to get rid of some of my smaller scraps to free up some space.

This will be a good project for tonight while I watch TV. Thanks for the ideas.

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Posted: 6/27/2009 9:06:26 PM
Thanks again for all of the feedback! Hobbyaholic - thanks much! I still say that to gain more space - go vertical shelves all the way up the wall - hey! How about I send you one of my shelves?

Pennyscraps - we are practically neighbors! I live off 1378 outside of Murphy! Once I clean off the tables, you have to come join us. I read your story and you gotta come crop with my friends - they are a great bunch to crop with. Small world!

So...you know how some folks clean out a closet and make a mess of the whole house? Well, you can see what happened when I started this challenge without thinking it all the way through (tore into stuff and made a mess)hoping the link below works or by viewing my Pea profile (can't figure out how to post it directly into this message so let's hope the link below works...).

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Posted: 6/28/2009 5:53:15 PM
Dancing fish where did you get the paper container that you showd? How much? Does it hold 12 x 12 paper?

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Posted: 6/28/2009 6:38:40 PM
Jomama, Where did you get the rack holding your punches?

I've got shelves that I'm probably not utilizing to their potential. I may try to do a spacial plan before I make a bigger "organizational mess".

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Posted: 6/28/2009 7:15:34 PM
MaryEileen I got it from Joanne Fabrics years ago. But I do still see them there and at target, walmart etc.

It is for 8 1/2 x 11 paper (letter size documents.) I love it because it has the snap on top. At home I don't leave the top on but if I go to a crop (not very often) I can pop on the top with the handle and have my scraps with me. It does hold 12 inch long scraps, but if you tried to put full sheets in they would be too tall.

That being said I do know they make 12x12 hanging folders.. I just don't know where to send you to find a container that large!! Maybe someone else know??

JoMamastamps- Your link worked but your pictures are not there! try again. or let us know if you need help!

Daisymarie-- I have been taking chunks from my room down to the TV for the past two weeks... lots of sorting going on here!!


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Posted: 6/28/2009 8:53:20 PM
Hobbyaholic - I meant to take a pic of that and display it in my room. It's a rack my hubby devised for me. I had punches with varying widths between the stem and the lever and he made them to accomodate it. It's just pegboard, dowels and some wood he cut and then screwed in. It's not stained or painted as I wasn't sure what to match it to yet. If you get a shelf or such put up, we could come up with a plan to get pieces to you that he cut (you could do the pegboard and dowels to put in them).

I'm so bummed - I've been investigating painting the shelves and it's a lot of work.

I don't know why the pic's aren't working as they work for me - it's an album called 'organizational mess' - it's also on my blog.

http://jomamastamps.blogspot.com

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Posted: 6/28/2009 8:58:41 PM
For when I am at home, I keep my scraps in a couple of the Sterlite 3 drawer containers, each drawer has a color. When I go to a crop somewhere, I pull them from the drawers and put them in an accordion file that is separated by color. When I return they go back in the drawers.

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Posted: 11/16/2009 9:58:19 PM
Here is my paper scraps organizing.

I liked what I had but had to purge some of it...ok a of it.

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