Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets
Craftroom organization solutions round-up – you’ve got sticker sheets, we’ve got storage!

An overwhleming number of alpha, phrase and image sticker sheets got you wondering how you’ll keep track of them all and find what you need, when you need it?

Or, maybe you’re just starting your “collection?”

Well, whether you’ve got sticker sheets coming out your ears or you’re just now inspired to go find some for your papercrafting endeavors, we’ve got solutions to suit your current, and future needs.

And, they’re all super reasonable!


We’re sharing a collection of storage options that I recently spotted at Target and there’s a style and look for everyone!

And, I made sure to include the price labels so you can see how much each option will cost.

Don’t have a Target near you?

No worries, these types of containers are available at other retailers, both brick-and-mortar stores and online.


Now let’s take a look at each storage option…

Option One: Canvas Media Bin

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solution Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Canvas Media Bin (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Canvas Media Bin

These stacking units are not only a perfect shape and size for sticker sheets like Thickers, they’re sturdy and attractive.

The grey bins are perfect for blending into most craft rooms.

Of course, you could also paint or dye them to match any decor.

Break out the mists!

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solution Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Canvas Media Bin, Inside (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Canvas Media Bin, Inside

You could also stand these on end and store a variety of other craft supplies in them!


Option Two: Woven White Plastic Bin

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solution Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Woven White Plastic Bin (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Woven White Plastic Bin

This unit is perfect for larger/wider sticker sheets, and for 6′ x 6″ or 8″ x 8″ paper pads.

And of course white goes with ANY decor!


Option Three: Plastic Utility Tub

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solution Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Plastic Utility Tub (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Plastic Utility Tub

These are super affordable and their clear nature would make finding exactly what you’re looking for quick and easy.

I’ve used this type of unit (in clear) for other crafting supplies and I love them.

What do you think, are these for you?


Option Four: Itso Canvas Quarter Storage Bin

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solution Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Itso Canvas Quarter Storage Bin (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Itso Canvas Quarter Storage Bin

I love the look of these – they’d fit in well in a craft room or most any other area of a home.

No dedicated craft space?

These could blend right in in a living room, dining room, den or guest bedroom.

They’re also very lightweight and could easily be hauled off to a crop of other crafting getaway and placed on your work area, keeping your sticker sheets or other supplies right at hand.

The only downside to these is that they angle in at the bottom, meaning only more narrow sticker sheets will fit in them.


Option Five: Rubbermaid Medium Bento Box

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Rubbermaid Medium Bento Box (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Rubbermaid Medium Bento Box

This unit is super sturdy and has wonderful adjustable dividers inside (see the image below).

It’s a bit wider than standard sticker sheets, meaning it’ll hold wider sticker sheets.

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Rubbermaid Medium Bento Box, Inside (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Rubbermaid Medium Bento Box, Inside

And, like a previous option (shared above) these could be painted or dyed to match your craft space decor or theme.

Mixed media project anyone?


Option Six: Small Lined Basket

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Small Lined Basket (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Small Lined Basket

Since my craft room is filled with black furnishings, with splashes of other colors (and soon some of my Disney memorabilia!), this was one of my favorite options.

I like the fabric liners and could use these not just for sticker sheets, but for embossing folders, stamp sets, large dies and small paper pads.

How about you – do you like this option?

And if so, how would you use it?


Option Seven: Media Bin Basket

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Media Bin Basket (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Media Bin Basket

These baskets are even nicer in person!

If you’re going for a natural, cozy look, these might be a good choice.

These could also be hung up and used for storing a variety of other supplies.

Create a few cute tags and tie them on to the handles and you’ll never have a hard time finding your favorite crafting supplies.

One caveat: I wouldn’t recommend these for storing delicate items, such as fabrics or fibers, because those items could get snagged.


Option Eight: Striped Canvas CD/DVD Box

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Striped Canvas CD DVD Box (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Striped Canvas CD DVD Box

The handles on these would make it easy to retrieve them from high shelves or cubbies, and the look is casual, yet polished.

If you’re crafting in a dual-purpose space, this style of bin would enable you to store your stickers (and other supplies) without the space having an “identity crisis.”

Keeping your clear or cling-mounted stamps in CD or DVD cases?

This solution is ideal for storing them!


Option Nine: Striped Plastic Utility Tub

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Striped Plastic Utility Tub (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Striped Plastic Utility Tub

OK, this solution is a bit unlike the others in that it comes with a lid and is a bit wider than the others, but it would also work for storing stickers.

And if you have shorter sheets (or sheets you’ve cut down after using some of the stickers), you could store these with the lids in place and stack them, meaning more efficient use of space.

These come in several color options too!


Option Ten: Sterilite White Utility Tub

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - Sterilite White Utility Tub (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – Sterilite White Utility Tub

OK, this is a very simple (more utilitarian) bin style, but it does have a nice spot for labeling on the front (great for those who easily forget what’s inside storage containers).

And, it’s an ideal size and shape for sticker sheets, like the Thickers alphabet stickers from companies like American Crafts.

If plastic and simple are what you’re looking for, this may be a good option.


Option Eleven: iDesign Clear Plastic Bin

Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up - Sticker Sheets - iDesign Clear Plastic Bin (image)
Craftroom Organization: Storage Solutions Round-Up – Sticker Sheets – iDesign Clear Plastic Bin

OK, this solution is one I LOVE!

I love that these can be easily labeled and pulled out from where they’re stored.

Yes, many of the other options above have these same features, but the fact that these are clear means you can see, at a glance, exactly what’s inside, without having to pull them out or remove a lid.

And this company makes bins in a variety of shapes and sizes, meaning your room can be filled with a coordinated storage solution “style.”

That makes my heart happy – how about yours?

Well, that’s it for this round-up of sticker sheet storage options.

We’d love to hear your thoughts,
and see what you’ve chosen to use for storing sticker sheets.

Please share your thoughts in the comments below.


Thanks for joining us for our latest craft storage solutions round-up, and don’t forget, we’d love to hear your thoughts about what we’ll be sharing here at Craft Storage Ideas – tell us what you want!

Simply leave us a comment on this post or on our previous post titled, “Craft Storage Ideas: We Want To Hear From You!“, or send us an email – we look forward to hearing from you!

Happy Organizing,
Steph & The CSI Team

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Product Review: Cropper Hopper 12” Expo (Expandable Organizer)

 

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Hi there! It’s Noelle stopping by today for a final product review for Cropper Hopper. This is the last item that was in the box of goodies that Kathleen from Advantus Corp. sent me to review for Cropper Hopper. You can go here for my review on the Tim Holtz stamp binder, here for my review on the paper envelope, and here for the review on the paper organizer.

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This is a multi-pocket organizer that is large enough to hold up to 200 sheets of 12” papers. I decided to use it for a slightly different purpose, as I’m currently happy with my 12” papers being stored in my Cropper Hopper Paper Holders. But, my alphabet sticker situation was getting a wee bit out of control. I normally store my alphabet stickers in my hanging storage, where I had them in a giant zipper bag that was hung by a pant hanger in my studio. But the bag was packed full, and the smaller sheets were always falling to the bottom. Plus, with them all being crammed in there, I would pretty much have to dump out the entire bag to find what I was looking for.

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I normally go looking for my stickers by color, since lettering is one of the last things I do on a page. So, for me that was the best way to organize them. But you could also separate them by size of sticker sheet or style. So first, I sorted them all by color:

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Then, I sorted each pile into sizes of sticker sheet:

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I made a tab for each color, and for the small sticker sheets, I used paper clips to clip them to the top of each divider. This way they wouldn’t fall down into the pocket, where they might get lost.

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A feature I really liked on this once I saw it was the top flap which closes the Expo, it fully pushes down into the back of the product when you want to look through it. What a clever idea! It’s there when you need it, and not when you don’t.

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I made labels for the outside with my handy dandy label maker. Like the Cropper Hopper paper organizer, the Expo has a clear handle that pushes down flat, so you can integrate this into your other vertical storage. Which is exactly what I did. 🙂

P1190703-imp P1190700-impThanks again to Advantus Corp. for sending me all these great things to review! Hope you all are having a wonderful Autumn so far. I will be back in October!! 🙂

 

Take care!

Noelle