This is the best idea I have (for the space allowed) for my SU paper. I stored it according to the color groups and put "cheap" paper on the top shelf. If you look closely you will see verticle labels that say "Bold Bright", "Soft Subtles", "Rich Regals", "Neutrals", "Earth Elements", and 2006 Designers". The designers include Marigold Morn, Cool Carib, Cranberry Crisp, True Thyme, and Vintage Violet. If anyone has a better idea for paper storage I am sooooooooo open to your suggestions. TFL
Date: Sunday, December 31, 2006 GMT Views: 1742
Registered: April 20, 2006 Location: Michigan's Upper Peninsula Posts: 34738
Sun, Dec 31, 2006 @ 9:50 PM
Oh, this looks very neat and organized -- all your photos are great -- a wonderful space -- I store my paper in a regular office file cabinet in hanging file folders -- one folder for each color, plus I have all the other papers in there as well -- metallics, vellums, generics, etc. I keep my 12 x 12 in plastic drawers, 12 x 12, those Wal-Mart plastic drawer/cabinet things -- they sit on a counter top -- works great for 12 x 12's. TFS!!!
Registered: October 8, 2003 Location: Long Island, New York Posts: 116
Mon, Jan 01, 2007 @ 3:43 AM
Good Morning and Happy New Year.
Try taking out 2 of the shelve dividers and turn the paper onto its' side. That is how I store mine and it works great. I've had it that way for over 6 years. Storing your cardstock sideways allows you to access your paper more easily as well. I actually have all 52+ colors stored in 24" of space with this method.