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WPT#34: Where to Find Great Scrapbook Solutions (VIDEO)

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

October 28, 2013

The Weekly Pep Talk is a video podcast series designed to help you find more time for scrapbooking and use it well. To be notified when new videos are posted subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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In this week’s pep talk I’m sharing a reminder that can save you time and money in scrapbooking and other creative projects.

Your Weekly Pep Talk

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It’s your turn to talk! Have you ever found a good scrapbooking solution from outside the industry? Share your find in the comments.

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3 Comments

  1. Libby Wiers

    The thing that jumps to mind is my storage conainers for wooden stamps and punches. I tried scrapping sites first and didn’t find what I wanted at a price I wanted to pay. I, too, found what I was looking for at Home Depot – clear plastic shoe box style containers. They stack on my shelves and I can see what is inside.

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  2. Tina Campell

    I agree with Libby, I find containers at the dollar store alot cheaper that the craft stores and Staples for alot of my needs too

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  3. tracie

    i pick up all kinds of things at garage sales and flea markets, thrift stores or even laying around friends/my houses such as gift boxes that jewelery come in, small jewelry boxes, mason jars or tiny bany food jars, plastic film containers, baskets, hat boxes, pencil/cigar boxes, d decor with tiny drawers, pill organizer containers, plastic drawer organizers, makeup kaboodles or sewing boxes. ive even confinscated a tiny drawer shelf that holds nuts and bolts. . he bought this really cool 2-tier circle shelf stand that spins that he found at harbor freight recently that u yet to try and get too. lol the dollar store has office supplies and containers and .99 Only stores are good places to look too. wishing well stores are awesome. if nobody has heard of ORIENTAL TRADING or PAPER WISHES catalogs, i recommend checking them out and ordering a catalog free from their website. we have a store out here in California called ORGANIZE IT! but its items are pricey.

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