Wow, I had a similar question last night. I was trying to orgaize my
patterend papers and couldn't figure out the best way to do it, especially
if you have a slab, then you know that color is not always the best way to
do it. I started out by organizing the slab by theme, I have the categories
of textiles, stripes, metals, paint effects, nature, and so on. In each of
those categories, I organized by color. Then I went through my other papers
and organized them into the slab if they fit the category. If they did not,
I put them in their own group. If they came as a set, they are stored
The Holiday slab pack was organized by season.
I also have my cardstock and paper separated too.
I am pretty happy with the results.
I hope this helps!
> Ok I know this question has been posted time and time again. I recently
> switched over to unused pizza boxes for my 12 x 12 paper storage (as this
> option is free when you walk into a pizza place. Lol). I got one of the
> packs for Christmas and just hate to break up the set to divide it into
> colors. My question is, do any of you slabbers kep your slabs together or
> you divide them up with the colors. And if you divide your papers up, how
> many catagories do you have? I was thinking just the main color groups and
> keeping lights and darks together. Like all blues in one box kind of
> But then I run into papers that just don't fit any any one color. Any
> suggestions would be great! Thanks