Welcome To My Scrapbook Room

Wow!  It is Friday already, this week went by fast!  Today I am going to show you how I store my punches.  I have an over the door shoe bag like a lot of scrappers do but I have taken pink and black vinyl and punched out each shape and put it above the punch.
Here is a closer view

I am a very "visual" person, if I can see it, I will use it.  I like to be able to see as much as possible in my scrap room.  Seeing my punches helps me to remember they are there and also to know what size they will be on my layout.  Hope you all have a wonderful day!


  1. great idea. I have an over the door shoe thingy but mine is not clear so if I do the sticker idea I can still use it for my punches because I will know what each one is! Thanks for saving me some money, LOL.

  2. Fantastic idea Chriss, it would make it so easy to find the one you want.

  3. My punches are in one of these too-except they're THROWN in and STUFFED everywhere! LOVE your organization girl!

  4. This is such a great idea! My punches are all in a basket and it's not working out so good. I think I'll give this a try! Thanks!

  5. Hi Chriss thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your lovely comment also for joining and posting my candy in your side bar. To be eligible to win you have to be a follower.
    I love your idea of storing punches, like you if I can't see I tend not to use it and punches are really hard to store and display - I may have to borrow this idea!

    Hugs Laurie xx

  6. This is so creative, Chriss! Humm, I have mine stuffed into a rolling cart and I have to dig through the drawers when looking for one. This would be so much better!! :D



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