Hello! It’s Kari here, and today I’m continuing on with the Organization in the Craft Studio with a video sharing easy ways to organize Stencils & 6×6 papers. The May kit is such a great kit for getting organized!

If you missed my first two posts and videos on organization in the craft room, check them out here and here.

One of the products I absolutely fell in love with from the kit is the 6×7 Storage Pockets! These would be great for both dies and stamp sets, but what I was excited about was using them to organize my loose 6×6 papers! These storage pockets come with a tab at the top of each pocket, so you can label your contents, too.

Watch the video below or in HD on YouTube for all the details, and some shortcuts for organizing stencils, too!

I think I’m going to love these…the pockets are open at the top so you can easily access your papers, and I just know it will make crafting so much faster, too.

I decided to use these pockets for my loose 6×6 papers (and my paper pads that were so well-loved that they were falling apart) and put them in front of all my 6×6 paper pads in a box. I love the look of the labeled pockets.

When I get to organizing, I invariably end up creating something too. Lol. This *might* be the reason it takes me so long to get organized… I always want to be creating with the products I’m working with! I was inspired by the papers in the May kit and here’s the card I created very easily with just a few supplies!

I chose one of the papers from the May kit, and cut it to a 4.25″ x 5.5″ card. Then, from the leftover that was cut off, I fussy cut some of the flowers and popped them up with foam squares onto the upper left and lower right of the card. This added some fun dimension.

I added a die-cut sentiment that I colored with alcohol markers, and some black Nuvo drops. Then I attached it with liquid adhesive to the card base.

Well, that’s it for today! I hope you enjoyed my methods of organizing stencils & 6×6 papers…and my card I created in the midst of organizing! 🙂 I’d love to hear how you keep your papers organized. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.

See you next time!

Kari
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