Storage Solution: Album Supplies

Whether you’re mad for mini-albums, tried and true for traditional, find photo pocket scrapping is the name of your game, or you can’t get enough of scrap-journaling, this storage solution is just the ticket for any album approach. Provided by Jennie McGarvey, from All About Albums, this approach to organizing your albums and all the goodies you use to make them shine makes the most of a rolling cart, which is portable and easy to move around the house with you as you create. Plus, it’s three levels offer ample space for supplies without taking up excess space in your home. Use it to contain journaling cards, sticky notes, rolls of decorative tape, and other album favorites. While you’re at it, why not devote one of its tiers to actual albums?

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Tips:

  • Keep album accents neat and tidy using smaller containers, such as little bread pans and vintage cheese boxes, within your cart.
  • Whether you prefer pockets or like to smash things in a book, journaling cards are a must.
  • Don’t forget the tools. An album cart wouldn’t be complete without a few must-have supplies.

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Did you see the ideas shared on the Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking blog this week? You should stop by, plus you can enter to win a copy of this new special issue: Photo Pocket Scrapbooking.

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13 Responses to Storage Solution: Album Supplies

  1. Lorlee says:

    Wish you had posted a link to where you found that cart – love it!

  2. Dolli N says:

    The cart is from Ikea – I think it’s called Raksog

  3. Anne F. says:

    The cart is Raskog from IKEA:

    http://m.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/art/30216536/

    I have one and love it!!

  4. Tammy says:

    Love idea Ann F do you use it for something different then project life? I don’t do project life but love idea

  5. Cindy Pittman says:

    Anne, thank you so so much for the link! I was searching online at Ikea for ages and didnt find it. Love this for Project Life.

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  7. Carol Lou says:

    Thank you, Anne! That cart would be perfect for my scrap room and the color is spot-on!

  8. Joyce Smithers says:

    Love the cart. It whole a lot and you can move it around. It wonderful and would love your new book too.

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