Paper Organization and New In Colors

It is new catalog release day! I want to share with you my paper organization system and the new In Colors! Do you often find your craft room messy? How does that weigh on your creativity? I know that my creativity definitely suffers if I am trying to work in a mess. I think I can offer something to help.

Today’s Video

I store my colored cardstock on top of a 2 x 2 cube unit. First, I arranged them in rainbow order. Second, my cardstock is stored in clear plastic job tickets. Third, each job ticket is labeled with the Stampin’ Up color name and is assigned a number. Finally, the folders are filed in numeric order inside a magazine holder. As a result, my supplies are kept tidy and protected.

I am happy to share my labels. You can download a copy of them here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F4UH2Od652-h6AU0mdM2dFAItGWM8ROw/view?usp=sharing I use Avery Labels #8160.

The New 2021-2023 In Colors

The most exciting part of today’s post is the reveal of this year’s In Colors. They are Pale Papaya, Polished Pink, Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen, and Fresh Freesia! Each color is very different but yet they work together really well. Kudos Stampin’ Up!

Sample Cards

These are very simple cards that I put together to showcase the new colors. The Art Gallery stamp set gives a great example of two different colors that you can achieve with just one ink pad. The ribbons just added a sweet little touch to the cards.

I know this is a quick video and post. I just could not let the day pass without sharing all of these things! As always remember to be kind, send a card, and do something creative.

Sally

Organization Supplies

Card Supplies

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Card Measurements

  • Colored Cardstock: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
  • Basic White Cardstock: 3 1/2″ x 9″, scored at 4 1/2″

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