My 2023 Spring Clean Series is here and I am kicking off this year’s series with a brand new video featuring my process for organizing my Project Life supplies, specifically, my Ali Edwards Stories By The Month kits. This project is long overdue and I’m so excited to share my process with you!
To begin, I repurposed a craft cart from Michaels that originally housed my December Daily materials. Since I am not in the mood to work on holiday projects, I decided to use this cart for my Project Life materials.
I enjoy using the Ali Edwards Stories By The Month kits along with goodies from Elle’s Studio and the Paper Person Shop. To avoid turning this project into an overwhelming endeavor, I focused on organizing my Stories By The Month kits first. I will eventually organize my other kits and incorporate them into my Project Life cart in the near future.
New Video! To see my entire process for organizing my Stories By The Month kits and my Project Life cart, click on the video below! Also, photos of this cart along with a list of available supplies are provided as well.
Here is my Project Life cart, organized and ready to be used! I purchased this cart from Michaels last year and it has served me well! I can easily roll the cart to my craft desk when I am ready to work on a project.
All of my 3×4 and 4×6 Stories By The Month pocket cards are organized in a Scrapbook.com Pocket Card Organizer. I created the dividers using white card stock from my stash, laminating sheets, and my Mini Minc Hot Foil Machine. The 3×4 stamps are organized in a container from Ikea.
Containers from the Target Dollar Spot are used to organize small embellishments and sticker sheets. I like to keep several small bins on hand for organizing an assortment of embellishments and small tools.
Chipboard, wood veneer, die cuts, and acrylic embellishments are stored in a divided ArtBin container for easy access. All of my supplies are neatly organized and ready to be used. And everything I need is right at my finger tips! This makes my heart sing!
Be sure to head to the Victoria Marie YouTube Channel to see this entire organization process. And stay tuned for more videos in this series to come!
- Lexington 3-Tier Rolling Craft Cart – Link: https://bit.ly/3mhB1MU
- Scrapbook.com Craft Room Basics Pocket Card Organizer – Link: https://bit.ly/3nYdgK4
- ArtBin Large Solution Box With Anti-Tarnish Dividers – Link: https://bit.ly/40Skg9Y
- Ikea Variera Box Link – Link: https://bit.ly/3zNipat