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How to Organize Your Scrapbook Workspace [Kitchen]

Memory Makers
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Jan. 1 2004
Storage Solutions for Any Budget

Scrapbookers enjoy the endless numbers of tools and supplies that help them turn plain pages into works of art. But caring for, organizing and storing papers, die cuts, stickers, scissors, punches, rulers and other scrapbooking staples can be a challenge. Digging through bins and drawers looking for what you need is frustrating and time consuming. Take the initiative and get organized today!

How to Organize Your Scrapbook Workspace will teach you how to:

  • Develop a plan for organizing your space and supplies
  • Create a personalized floor plan
  • Learn to maximize small spaces
  • Select room colors for enhanced creativity
  • Care for, organize and store your tools and supplies
  • Compile page kits for streamlined cropping-on-the-go
  • Assess today's storage products and containment options
  • Work ergonomically
  • Host a swap
  • Uncover flea market treasures
  • Trade spaces with a scrapbooking friend for telltale insight
  • And much, much more!
Whether your scrapbook space is tiny or large; whether your budget is small or generous, How to Organize Your Scrapbook Workspace will help you conquer clutter and become more efficient. You'll spend less time searching for your supplies and more time doing what you love the most - scrapbooking!


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good for a beginner April 30 2004
Format:Kitchen
Or someone really unorganized. This book really had nothing to offer that you can't learn off an organization site. Total waste of money if you've been scrapping a while or have a magazine. They took a whole book to tell you the same things Creating Keepsakes did in a 3 page article. It really was not at all helpful to me and I ended up returning it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great help! June 15 2004
By A Customer
Format:Kitchen
This book is a great help to those who are needing organization direction in the scrapbook area. It shows how to use household items as well a spurchased solutions for storage, organization and efficiency. You learn to take a look at HOW you use your space and tools instead of just more sorting and more bins. It also deals with good products and knowing WHICH ones will suit your own style. I loved it! It got me going in the right direction.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Was so dissapointed Nov. 17 2004
By Gia - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kitchen
I gave this book away after reading it. I was so looking forward to getting some help organizing my scrapbooking space and I did not find it here. If you do minimal scrapbooking, and your stuff can fit in a small space (say a converted closet) - then you might find this book useful. However, if you are a shop-a-holic with this craft as I am (which would explain the need to organize) - then take this book out from the library if you must. Tips like "build shelves" and "buy rolling iris carts" well let's just say I passed that point about 4 years ago.
61 of 67 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good for a beginner April 30 2004
By FueledByRamen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kitchen
Or someone really unorganized. This book really had nothing to offer that you can't learn off an organization site. Total waste of money if you've been scrapping a while or have a magazine. They took a whole book to tell you the same things Creating Keepsakes did in a 3 page article. It really was not at all helpful to me and I ended up returning it.
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great help! June 15 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kitchen
This book is a great help to those who are needing organization direction in the scrapbook area. It shows how to use household items as well a spurchased solutions for storage, organization and efficiency. You learn to take a look at HOW you use your space and tools instead of just more sorting and more bins. It also deals with good products and knowing WHICH ones will suit your own style. I loved it! It got me going in the right direction.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good pictures.... Feb. 11 2006
By M. Cacayorin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kitchen
This book had wonderful pictures and great resources in it.... the thing I found most helpful was the manufacturers, it listed the products you could use and where to find them... other than that, there was nothing more in this book that you couldn't find on the internet at no cost.....
35 of 40 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not just for those w/a dedicated scrapbooking space Aug. 8 2004
By Kate - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kitchen
I live in a tiny efficiency and can only dream of having my own crafting space one day. Even so, I loved this book. It's easy to read, with lots of pictures of the different products so you know what she's talking about. What I really loved was the information on organizing things like your photographs, which everyone has and tips for purchasing and storing crafting supplies.

This is definately a great book for a beginner - it will help you organize it right the first time so you don't have to keep shifting things around to make it all fit!
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