I use Evernote to keep track of the crafting products I own. Evernote is a free app that you can use on Mac and Windows computers, iPads, iPhones, Android phones, and Android tablets. Evernote helps us organize anything from writing a novel, business projects, recipes, really anything. I have used their app for craft products.

I have created a note for every product Stampin’ Up! sells. The notes create a searchable catalog. You can search for the type of product, like stamps, dies, paper, ink, embellishments, memory keeping, and logo merchandise. You can search by themes or events like birthday, baby, Christmas, wedding, encouragement, friend, and much more. You can search words and phrases. You can search by the name or item number. You can search by color family or specific colors.

I have a notebook for just the products I own, so I can search to plan projects. I can add to my personal notes to remind me where I’ve stored the product, when I bought it,  add a photo of a card I’ve made, or people I have in mind to send a card with that stamp set.

You can start a notebook and copy my notes for the products you own. I share my notebook for a small price. You can find out how to share it here.

When products retire, I move the notes to the Retired Products notebook. That notebook if complete back to about 2015. There are products from before that. I’ve added a few and others have created notes and shared their notes with me. I so wish I could include every retired product, but I just don’t have the time. But I do have 124 notes that contain PDF copies of catalogs going back to 1995.  You can page through those catalogs.

I also share a separate notebook with Paper Pumpkin kits. I don’t personally keep those notes current, but there are a few others who are sharing that notebook that do keep it current. I am so very grateful for that!

I share the Retired Products and Paper Pumpkin notebooks free upon request. Just email me if you want to be invited to one or both of those notebooks.

Click here to watch the video tutorial below.

I have shared videos about Evernote in the past. Evernote did a major update to their program around October of 2020. Many of my videos are out of date. One or two of my videos show the updated version, but even those are out of date because Evernote keeps restoring features that were in the older version and they are also adding new and improved features. I wanted to show how the program works now. I do plan to make future videos. Some topics include:

  • How and Why to get the Legacy app for Evernote
  • Questions about upgrading Evernote
  • How to use Evernote to plan a project
  • How to use Evernote to collect ideas for future projects
  • How to create a new note for a retired product or a product you may own that’s not from Stampin’ Up!
  • Do you have any suggestions?

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If you would like a copy of the current catalogs, just email me for details.

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