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I have mine sorted in several different ways. Large stickers: I have a large accordion file, stickers that match designer paper like K&Co or Bo Bunny are in one section; other sections hold black; white or cream; pastels; brights; neutrals; holiday, specialty and miscellaneous. Small stickers I keep in a photo box sorted by color, then font style; and then specialty types like glitter, flocked, epoxy.
I did all of mine by letter. I got little ziploc-style bags and cut apart all of the sheets, separated out all of the chipboard, etc., and put all of the As in one bag, all of the Bs in another and so on. I have the bags in a drawer, but you could clip them up just as easily. I did it that way because I seldom use them and I'm as likely to do a random "ransom" style as I am to do them all matchy-matchy (seems that I never have enough of the same to do what I want, anyway). The only exception is a couple of sheets I got that specifically coordinate with other stickers and papers that I bought for a specific project - those are in an accordion-style folder.
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