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1) Empty Raskog Cart,   2) Full Raskog cart,   3&4)  Bygel containers,   5) Washi tape and my Eiffel tower scissors,   6&7) Project Life kits,   8&9) Stamps, embellishments and Canon Selphy,   10&11) Paper punches, ink pads, stickers and project Life envelopes and page protectors,   12) Sticker collection.

I think it’s nearly a rule these days that if you have any interest in scrapbooking, and project life in particular, you have to buy a Raskog trolley for storage. Obviously it’s so popular because it works so well and I love it. I can move from room to room depending on where I want to work on my Project Life and just bring the trolley with me. I only wish I had one for upstairs and one for downstairs.

I have a lot of stuff so the trolley is pretty packed. At the minute I have enough room to keep my Canon Selphy on it too but I don’t think that will last much longer. Soon a new Project Life kit will convince me to buy it and I’ll have to find a way of hanging the Selphy off the trolley.

I use the Bygel containers for paper clips, sharpie markers, washi tape, scissors and glue. The top shelf is for Project Life cards and I’ve used washi tape and white card to make tabs to separate the kits. At the minute there’s some pink and yellow card separating some kits because I’m in the middle of making the rest of the tabbed laels. I like the idea of handwriting but a label maker would do the same job. I found the plastic containers for storing the cards quite cheap in Tesco and they fit perfectly.

I keep all of my stamps, some ink pads, embellishments and the Selphy on the second shelf.

On the third shelf I have a container for paper punches, some spare journaling cards and the rest of my ink collection. I have a small Project Life box from a Studio Calico monthly kit that I use to keep any tickets or memorabilia I want to add to my spreads. I also keep Project Life storage envelopes and page protectors on this shelf. Finally I have A4 project binders to store my stickers. One is used just for letters and numbers and the other is for all other stickers.

I don’t doubt that as my collect grows I will need more storage for Project Life than just this one trolley but until then it works perfectly and I enjoy moving and changing things around to make the most of the space. What way do you store your scrapbooking or Project Life material?

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