Share Your Craft Organization Tips with the ALP Community!

Got a neat craft space? We want to see it. The Awesome Ladies Project is looking for your best organization tips for paper, tools, stamps, embellishments, and more. If it’s organized and it’s craft-related, we’re interested.

What We Need from You

Photos: Snap a pic or two of your organized craft area or a specific organization technique. Upload them here: Submit Your Photos.
Description: Write 3-5 sentences about why and how this organization approach works for you.
Videos: Got a guide or tour video? Email us at he***@th*********************.com with the link.

Why Share?

By sharing, you’ll get:

  • Free Access: Entry into our Organization Week Intensive Classroom and private group.
  • Exclusive Sticker: An ALP organization sticker for your collection.
  • Feature Spot: We’ll showcase your ideas during Organization Week across lessons, our community, newsletters, and more.

Deadline: April 1st

Make sure to get your submissions in by April 1st. This gives us enough time to feature your work properly during Organization Week.

Sharing your organization tips helps inspire others and shows off the creativity and diversity within our community. Whether you’ve found a unique way to store washi tape or you’ve got a system for your dies and stamps, we want to see it.

Let’s Get Organized

Your organization strategies not only make crafting more enjoyable but also spark creativity. Share your tips and tricks, and let’s inspire each other to create even better crafting spaces.

Ready to contribute? We’re excited to see what you’ve got!

Submit your information via this link: https://theawesomeladiesproject.com/orguploads/


PS — If you’re a Feminist Scrapbook School member, you can join in on the pre-festivities in our Creative Organization Intensive classroom. Not an FSS member? Join here

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As I’m starting to build up my scrapbooking stash, I’m trying to navigate buying supplies that I will actually use and not just accumulating a bunch of product. I want to make my photos and stories the center of my projects, but of course I still want cute embellishments. Any advice so that I don’t get caught up in buying all the things?

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  1. Paper storage: these shelves are meant for shoes. I love them. Who knew we could stack them this high? Top shelf is always current project; 2nd is for “evergreen” 4×6 and 3×4 cards + includes my laminated value cards; 3rd has washi and current year vision boards, etc. Row 4 holds my current annual album, photos to scrap and collage materials.