Week 2 of the Get Organized Challenge is on sorting your paper. You can register for the challenge and find the videos that have already aired here: http://thescraprack.easystorecreator.com/2016-Get-your-craft-Organized-Challenge-The-ScrapRack-Totally-Tiffany.asp
The homework for week 2 is:
This week’s homework is:
1. Create an “Organized Only” area
2. Choose a storage tool for your paper
3. Create Templates or Dividers for sorting
4. Sort at least 8″ of paper
5. Sort your scraps – throw away anything that doesn’t meet your minimum requirement.
6. Put your newly organized paper into your organized only area
7. Post your PROGRESS REPORT
8. Celebrate with reward #2
Tiffany Spaulding also has a GO-10 challenge which challenges you to spend 10 minutes a day organizing. Many of the subjects covered in the GOC are also covered there. I will place a link the the GO-10 Challenges each week that cover the same topic as that week’s GOC:http://thescraprack.easystorecreator.com/Get-Organized-in-1…
The pdf of the GO-10 Paper class:https://www.facebook.com/groups/2011GetOrgChallenge/974679652582247/
I also have a Pinterest Page for each week, this week’s page can be found here: https://www.pinterest.com/baccsurfs/goc-paper/
Week 3 of the Get Organized Challenge is on sorting your Embellishments and will air live today (Tuesday, February 2, 2016) at noon central time at the following location: http://livestream.com/accounts/1895136/events/4667721
I use Tiffany’s 4 section system to organize my craft room and can find things in a matter of seconds. The hard part is coming up with an idea so I know what to look for. Even then I can flip through my supplies and sometimes inspiration strikes!
My current paper storage is in the Kallax 8 cube unit below. The only difference is the top row is all paper now and I changed the order. The first cube has my Themes A-Z, the second my calendar section and the last 2 have my Rainbow paper. The other 2 photos show my paper storage before I decided to switch it to the Kallax units as you can see those are empty in the photos and I hadn’t quite figured out where everything would work best.
Current paper storage is shown below: The wooden purple units that fit inside the Kallax are made by my father-in-law and hold my Rainbow paper (solid & prints) The other two cubes have Totally-Tiffany Paper Junkie boxes laid on their sides and my Themed and Calendar paper is stored there.