As the title suggests, I'd like to show you how I store my stationery supplies.
|Caboodles case making another appearance|
I've used this Caboodles case off and on over the years. It made its first appearance on this blog when I used it as interim storage for nail polish before I found the storage that suited me.
Today, it is my lug-around, carry-anywhere tote for stationery, stickies, and tools that I use most everyday. I got tired of running to and from my craft area for supplies when I needed them so I thought I'd contain everything in one place.
I love this thing, it holds so much! And it has withstood years of use and abuse from both me and my daughter.
|It's crammed full, but believe me, there's room to grow. (:|
It's stored under my bed at night, within easy reach should I need anything.
On the left side are mostly sticky notes, both 'decorative' and Post-it brand.
On the right side are smaller stickies, memo pads, correction and decorative tape, and a calculator.
At the very back is a long tray for pens/pencils, underneath which is a another long compartment for odd-sized things.
(For some reason, this photo rotated and I can't fix it, sorry)
|Cases for clips and binders, an embossing labeler, tape and staple-less stapler.|
Longer pads are at the back.
|Cases for clips|
I'm quite enjoying having everything in one place.
How do you store your planner goodies?
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