Here are the things that will keep your supplies organized in your crafting space.

Catalog Tabs 16-17 Catalog Tabs The tabs are color coded to match the table of contents on page 1. Laminate with packing tape, then cut out with your paper trimmer or punch out with the Decorative Label punch.

Autocorrect and RGB Chart16-17 Colors Chart with RGB Hex and AutoCorrect You’ve got to set up the Stampin’ Up! colors and frequently used products with AutoCorrect! It will save you tons of time! And you can use your computer and coordinate with the Stampin’ Up! colors with the RGB codes! Color match depends on your printer. Here’s how to set it up on Office Products.

Supply Labels (1)16-17 Supply Labels (Avery 5167) These labels go on most of my Stampin’ Up! products. I can’t tell you how many times I can’t find an item in the catalog or perhaps I can’t remember the name of an embossing folder or whatever. It’s all there on the sticker!

20150522_07400616-17 Stamp Case Slips How do you like to organize your stamp sets? I arrange the alphabetically, but a lot of people organize them by theme. Print these pages on plain copy paper, cut them up into strips on the lines, and slip them into the stamp set cases. The color coding matches the colors in the catalog and the catalog tab. The slips also give you the item number for wood-mount, clear-mount, or photopolymer versions (English). On the back the stamp sets you’ll see the recommended blocks and coordinating products.

Large Labels16-17 Large Labels These are the labels I use on 12″ x 12″ pockets. I used to print them on labels, but I’ve found the labels didn’t want to go through my printer. I just print them on plain copy paper and adhere them to with Fast Fuse. That works great!

16-17 DSP Labels Someone asked me to create these labels with just the names and colors, so I continue to update them with the new Designer Series Papers.

DSP Sampler16-17 DSP Sampler Yep. The displayed image is from several years ago, but the download is for this year’s DSP. These pages can be printed on Whisper White card stock and put on a ring or chain. Add 2″ x 3″ samples of the Designer Series Papers. I keep mine hanging near my crafting desk.

Paper Sampler 16-17 Clear Labels for card stock and ink refills
Use any punch or die to cut out the card stock to make your own paper sampler.
Clear Case Ink Refill openRefill boxUse the refill labels to make these boxes and store them in wood-mount cases.

Color Chart16-17 Color Chart with all Core and In Colors Add a 1/2″ punch of card stock, stamp with a small solid image, then color and write with the Stampin’ Write Markers. The chart will compare the colors and show the ones you own.

Color Families with all coordinating products This color chart has one page for each color family. It lists all the products that come in the complete family and then each color lists the papers, inks, and embellishments that include the color.

Inserts to go into Clear Cases

Some people like to keep all the Thinlits, Textured Impressions Embossing Folders, and thin embellishments in Standard Stamp Cases. (I haven’t checked that all these Framelits will fit in the case.)  Links in green are for wide (wood-mount) case inserts.

16-17 15-17 In Color Doilies
16-17 16-18 In Color Enamel Shapes
16-17 All Year Long, Project Life
16-17 Baby’s First Framelits
16-17 Baker’s Box Thinlits
16-17 Balloon Framelits
16-17 Banners Framelits
16-17 Basic Pearls
16-17 Basic Rhinestones
16-17 Bear Hugs Framelits
16-17 Big Shot™ Die Brush
16-17 Big Shot™ Die Brush Foam Pad
16-17 Birds & Blooms
16-17 Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits
16-17 Boho Chic Folder
16-17 Bold Butterfly Framelits
16-17 Botanical Builder Framelits
16-17 Bow Paper Clip Embellishments
16-17 Brights Enamel Shapes
16-17 Brights Ink Refills
16-17 Brights Stampin’ Write® Markers
16-17 Bunch of Banners
16-17 Butterflies Thinlits
16-17 Cards & Labels Framelits
16-17 Cellophane Bags, 2” x 8”
16-17 Cellophane Bags, 6 x 8
16-17 Christmas Greetings Thinlits
16-17 Clear Envelopes, Medium
16-17 Clear Tiny Treat Boxes
16-17 Confetti Folder
16-17 Crumb Cake Envelopes, Medium
16-17 Crumb Cake Note Cards & Envelopes
16-17 Cupcake Cutouts
16-17 Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlit
16-17 Cutie Pie Thinlits
16-17 Delicate Ornament Thinlits
16-17 Delicate White Doilies
16-17 Detailed Floral Thinlits
16-17 Elegant Dots Folder
16-17 Everyday Jars
16-17 Fiesta Time Framelits
16-17 Floral Affection Folder
16-17 Flourish Thinlits
16-17 Flower Fair Framelits
16-17 Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits
16-17 Glassine Gift Bags – Wide Case
16-17 Glassine Gift Bags – Standard Case
16-17 Good Vibes, Project Life
16-17 Gusseted Cellophane Bags
16-17 Happy Heart Folder
16-17 Hearth & Home Thinlits
16-17 Hello Lovely, Project Life
16-17 Hello You Thinlits
16-17 Holly Folder
16-17 In Color Ink Refills
16-17 In-Color Stampin’ Write® Markers
16-17 Kraft Tag a Bag Gift Bags
16-17 Large Letters Framelits
16-17 Large Numbers Framelits
16-17 Large Polka Dot Folder
16-17 Layering Circles Framelits
16-17 Layering Ovals Framelits
16-17 Layering Squares Framelits
16-17 Leaflets Framelits
16-17 Lots of Labels Framelits
16-17 Lovely Lace Folder
16-17 Lucky Stars Folder
16-17 May Flowers Framelits
16-17 Metallic Enamel Shapes
16-17 Metallic Foil Doilies
16-17 Mini Treat Bag Thinlits
16-17 Neutrals Ink Refills
16-17 Neutrals Stampin’ Write® Markers
16-17 Oh Happy Day
16-17 Outdoor Adventure Framelits
16-17 Paper Clips Thinlits
16-17 Party Pop-Up Thinlits
16-17 Perfect Pines Framelits
16-17 Petal Burst Folder
16-17 Petite Café Gift Bags
16-17 Popcorn Box Thinlits
16-17 Pyramid Pals Thinlits
16-17 Regals Enamel Shapes
16-17 Regals Ink Refills
16-17 Regals Stampin’ Write® Markers
16-17 Rose Garden Thinlits
16-17 Sliding Star Framelits
16-17 Snow Friends Framelits
16-17 Sparkle Folder
16-17 Stampin’ Dimensionals
16-17 Stars Framelits
16-17 Subtles Enamel Shapes
16-17 Subtles Ink Refills
16-17 Subtles Stampin’ Write® Markers
16-17 Sunburst Thinlits
16-17 Sunshine Wishes Thinlits
16-17 Sweet & Sassy Framelits
16-17 Swirly Scribbles Thinlits
16-17 Tags & Labels Framelits
16-17 Tear & Tape Adhesive
16-17 Umbrella Weather Framelits
16-17 Uninked Stampin’ Spots
16-17 Very Vanilla Medium Envelopes
16-17 Watercolor Wishes
16-17 Whisper White Medium Envelopes
16-17 Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes
16-17 White Perfect Accents
16-17 Wish Big Framelits
16-17 Wonderful Wreath Framelits
16-17 Woodgrain Folder

For older labels, etc. click here.

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10 Comments

  1. Amazing, Bev. Thank you so much for sharing.

  2. Thank you for sharing this infor to organized I had no clue how to do this and I look for hours for my stamp set , cs, DSP etc.
    now this will help thank you so much

  3. Your organization skills are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! I love having my catalog bound and then using your tabs.

    • BevAdamsStamps

      You’re welcome Carol! I didn’t mention that you can cut out the tabs with a cutter or you could punch them with the Decorative Label punch.

  4. Bev,
    I just found you……you are AWSOME! My computer skills are very limited and you just opened a whole new world with evernote and your you tube videos. Thank you!

  5. How do you store your embossing folders? One per case seems like too much wasted space.

    • To be honest, the only embossing folders I keep in a stamp case are the Floral Affection folders. I put my supply labels on the rest and keep them in one of those photo boxes. I keep my Thinlits and Framelits in the same box in their original envelopes. I put them on magnetic sheets to keep them organized and put a label on outside of the envelope.

      I do store other supplies like the Delicate White Doilies, Enamel Shapes, Basic Pearls, and other embellishments in cases. I especially love storing my ink refills in the wood-mount cases with each bottle in a little box on the Window Sheet shelf.

      If I had a lovely and spacious craft studio I would keep everything in cases with all the matching inserts. And I know some people do store their folders and dies that way. I have people asking for them as soon as demonstrators start receiving their pre-orders. I offer both the inserts and the labels so that you can choose which way you like to store them.

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