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If paper is your #1 organization challenge, scraps are probably #2.  To get you started WATCH this Scrap Management video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYF3h-lUTaI&feature=youtu.be There’s something about throwing scraps away at the end of a project that many of us struggle with. Before I go any further, I want you to answer 1 question – “If you took time to scrapbook a little bit everyday for the rest of your life, would you ever run out of paper?” I suspect the answer was uttered with a little bit of chuckle, a slight head shake, and a “Nnnno.” So, why are you digging through boxes, folders, baskets…of scraps?  Use the paper you have, use the paper you love and stop spending your time searching for a tiny scrap of paper. I’m not saying you should throw away all your scraps, I’m just saying you should be more mindful of the scraps you choose to…

WINNER UPDATE – Congratulations to Pamela White – This week’s lucky winner! Hello beautiful WEDNESDAY!  Our most favourite day of the week!!!!!  This week we are UBER excited to be partnering with Totally-Tiffany to give one lucky winner this FABULOSA Die File Storage!!! YAHOOOO!!!! The Die File is a heavy-duty storage box that is designed to organize 100s of thin metal dies with ease! Included with each Die File are 10 slide-out tabbed panels and 60 adhesive magnetic strips. These tabbed panels and magnetic strips, work together to create a simple organizational system for labeling, storing, and organizing your dies! ​ Plus, the Die File is designed to fit into most craft cube storage units and can be stored either horizontally or vertically!​ To enter to win the Totally-Tiffany Die File Storage 1. CLICK HERE to enter your name into the draw! You have until Friday, Sept 27th at midnight…

How to organize Quick Quotes inks at home or for travel with Totally-Tiffany Do you love QQ PP inks?  I love mine.  They’re so easy to use and they always seem to have just the right color.  If you’re looking for the perfect way to organize and store your Quick Quotes PowderPuff inks you’ve come to the right place. Do you always, only, craft at home? If so, you’ll love using a Desk Maid Pen & Ink Palace for your inks.  The Pen & Ink Palace comes in two widths – 9″ and 15″. The 9″ Pen & Ink Palace will hold 25 Quick Quotes inks, the 15″ will hold 40.  Both sizes have the same pull out trays and there’s a lip on the back of each tray so your ink pads don’t fall off the back.  Learn more about the 15″ Pen & Ink Palace.  Learn more about the 9″ Pen & Ink Palace. Do you sometimes travel…

Three things you don’t want to miss from Totally-Tiffany Get Organized with me! Go from overwhelmed to organized when you take my Get Organized Challenge (GOC).  The GOC is a FREE online series of classes that will help you get your scrapbooking, cardmaking and general craft supplies organized. 20,000 past graduates can’t be wrong – Sign up today! Jeanne L. I loved the series! Not only did I get inspired to clean up and organize my craft supplies, but I’m applying the principles to the whole house. For 6 straight weeks, our 60 gallon recycle bin was full of “stuff”. Quite amazing how papers accumulate. Found more unnecessary junk than one would think possible. The Embossing Station – our Latest and GREATEST Our new Embossing Station is the perfect way to both store and use your heat embossing tool.  This handy station comes with a paddle and project clip to…

Paper Organization is simple when you have a plan.  Follow these easy steps to get your paper organized and choose the right paper organizing tools for the way you craft. What you’ll need: A “Themes and Sentiments” list 12×12 Dividers Plastic “sticky notes” or paper. I prefer plastic because they are difficult to bend and crease. 12×12 VERTICAL boxes – you can use these for permanent storage or just use them as your “sorting” system. 1 – Create a Themes and Sentiments List This is a list of all of the things you craft about organized alphabetically (NOT to include holidays or seasons) – Baby, Beach, Camping, Travel, etc. Download my example list. 2 – Label your 12×12 dividers Create a label for each of the categories in your Themes and Sentiments list as well as for holidays, seasons, and the rainbow. In the video, I used just a…

Ask yourself…What kind of crafter are you?Do you only craft away from home? – Maybe you’re Mary Mobilmaker. Do you always craft at home? – You’re Cathy Craftroom. Do you store everything hidden away from your workspace and bring things out when you’re ready to work? Could you be Karen Kraftabout? Do you have a craft room, but also attend crops and classes – You might be Sophia Cropalot. Learn more about the type of crafter you are and the types of tools that might work best for you. Choose the right organization tools 4×6 and 5×7 Fab Files Fab Files are ideal for crafters who need to store their products away from their workspace.  The small label on the side of the box is perfect for creating a “library” of embossing folders (and other products, too). Fab Files are small and lightweight. Carry them to your workspace and easily flip through them…

Creativation is one of the biggest crafting trade shows in the world. At this show, many crafting companies release and display their latest and greatest products. The Taste of Creativation Giveaway winner will receive a little sample of the latest products from over 50 different crafting companies!!! YAHOOOO!!! THIS IS A HUGE PRIZE!!!!!! Someone is going to win over 1000$ in paper crafting supplies!!!!!! Why not you? It is DAY#3 – Thank you to today’s sponsors-Kelly Creates, Elizabeth Craft Designs, Totally-Tiffany, Art Impressions, and Therm O Web How the contest works 1. This contest is all about giving our sponsors some LOVE! 2. During the next  10 days (Feb 01 – Feb 10) we will ask you to visit over 50 of the HOTTEST scrapbooking manufacturers on facebook LIKE their pages or FOLLOW their blogs. Joining their communities will keep you informed of all things good in the scrapbooking industry! What…

Hello everyone, Tiffany Spaulding here from Totally-Tiffany. If you’ve been avoiding attending crafting events because the thought of packing up and unpacking is overwhelming, this blog post is for you. Having the right tools for organizing your supplies “on the go” will be a key to your success at a crafting event. These 5 tools will simplify packing for the event, crafting at the event, and unpacking when you get home. 1. Craft Crate with Apron How does it simplify the process of packing up?  Unlike many of the crop totes that are on the market, the Craft Crate isn’t loaded with dozens of pockets, zippers, compartments, and flaps.  There’s a few pockets and flaps, but not dozens. The apron around the Craft Crate was designed to hold all your basic tools so they are visible and accessible. You don’t have to remember where you put things because you can see everything.…

12 DAYS OF GIVING! WIN WIN WIN!!!! Let the party begin! Each day for 12 days in a row we will be sharing four or five prize packages with you.  Leave a message under the blog post for each post in order to be entered for all 51 Prize Packages. Visit the prize sponsor on Facebook (LIKE THEIR PAGE) and say hello from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine or CSM. NOTE do not use the same comment everytime you post on Facebook – Facebook thinks you are spam and may block you. Names will be drawn randomly and you can win more than once if you enter your name under more than one blog post! Winners will be announced on Dec 24th. Just in time for Christmas! Day#2 of 12 Starts NOW! Our first prize is from Totally-TiffanyThe latest and greatest from Totally-Tiffany – meet our new Paper Storage Cart. You’re going to love it! This new paper…

Hello everyone Tiffany Spaulding here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog excited to share you some tips and tricks on organizing your dies.  What you’ll need: A binder for creating a catalog Paper for the catalog sheets – I like 12×12 because I can get more on each page, but you can also use A4 or 8.5×11 Page protectors for the catalog pages Label Maker – optional Paper for creating each die sample Step 1 – Choose an organization tool for your dies There are many different types of die organizers; magnetic, boxes, binders, etc. Choosing the best die organizer for your dies will depend on where you craft.  If you always craft at home, you can use a desktop or shelf-type file box.  If you travel with your dies, a binder or bag will be a better option. 1-Binder – 3” Flippin’ Storage Binder with Medium Die &…