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Old 02-09-2014, 09:10 AM
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Great question. I have been taking mine out if the plastic bag they come in , or removing the adhesive works too, I keep the paper product info with the papers in a 12x12 scrapbook post -style page protector, and I keep those in their own crate, nothing but PW. ( I mean a 13x13x13 milk crate style storage cube) it has no lid, but it is still stackable with other storage items. I ran out of space in my crate, so just recently took out all my ColorMe, specialty papers, and am storing them in a Paper File. I have all my templates from all companies in those same plastic sleeves and they are in a paper file of just templates. Since PW templates are all clearly labeled, that is easy. Scraps from pw stuff get die cut or punched and go into a bin of diecut leftovers all mixed up. What is too small for that gets tossed out. A girl has to have SOME limits:>)
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