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November 18, 2015


Sherry D

OMGosh, You.Are.Amazing... and you really do inspire me to get my room in order! ... but I'd like it if you would come back home and organize my room with me! I'm glad this project finally came to completion for you, I know it will be so much easier for you to find what you're looking for! I really need better time management so that I can start getting my room in order..it's alot of work but def. worth it! You did a FABulous job with your papers GF.. so what now? Do you have another project in the wings?!

Lu C

Niiiiice! I have been looking at my paper matching issue as well,knowing that there had to be a better way. And you just showed me! Yay!!!!Am going to get the supplies this week and get to work! Thanks for sharing! Happy for you to have found such a generous and kind friend in your new state. An early Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!


I've done basically the same thing with all my colored card stock, but I have them in drawers. And I'm totally stealing your idea of making color swatches. I already have Jennifer's ink swatches in a binder, and there's lots of room left, so card stock swatches is next. Especially since my colored card stock in in the bottom drawer, and my back isn't as young as it used to be.

Thanks for the inspiration!!!

PS: I am NOT doing my patterned papers. That would be insanity.


Wow! I'd never thought about keeping pieces in the trading card pockets... and I have oodles waiting to be filled with something. This is great organization for a 'flipper'. I do have a swatch ring for all of my CS. And I took photos of the fronts of all my slabs so I had a 4x6 reference of what is in each of my mat slabs. prevents me from going through all of them on the shelf. I can just look at the picture and look for that coding on the shelf.

Jennifer Thornton

Sherry said it best! You ARE amazing! I just can't get enough.. how long did all that take you?? Wow. I'm glad I saw this now. Before I amass even a fraction of the paper you have. Was it hard to cut those 12x12 pieces for the sample swatches? I'm SUCH a paper hoarder, I don't know if I could do it. lol

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