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If money were no object, I would have a slot for every color of card stock in the 8-1/2" x 11" size organizer, and I would also have a slot for every current Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper and Glimmer Paper and Adhesive Sheet and Window Sheet.
When I make cards for our church's Card Ministry, I "up" the number of every kind requested to provide one of each type for the workers as well, and I "up" the numbers even more to save enough for myself and our large family. Therefore, I need LOTS of paper to keep up every month. I'm not good about keeping up with the number of sheets of anything I have unless it's in its own slot and I've been burned many times when I've gone to make cards only to discover that I don't have enough of that color or type.
Probably 80 8-1/2" x 11" slots and 80 12" x12" slots. Enough for all of the Stampin' Up current colors and extra slots for the retired paper I still own. I don't use a lot of plain colored 12" x 12" sheets, but I'd need a lot of extra 12" x 12" slots for all the designer paper collections.
I would go with 100 8-1/2 x 11 slots, 25 12 x 12 and an additional 25 for 12 x 12 designer papers. I would mix colors with these and assign them by type: Vellum, glimmer, chalkboard, etc. It would be nice to be able to have a way to store my 6x6 paper pads so that I could SEE them, as well!!! And since money is no object, I would make them out of solid gold.
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