Label Luscious Stamping Spaces

A few weeks ago, I shared my excitement about the Brother P-Touch Labeling System with a video tutorial.  I have the PT-70 model and have seen it available at many office supply stores for around $19.99.  Many of you expressed in your comments that you have been using the P-Touch, too.  My label luscious honeymoon continues as I tidy up the labels for my ink pads stored in the Stampin' Up! Color Caddy (photo above).

I stack my 12 x 12 Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper (DSP) on clear trays.  Stampin' Up! 12 x 12 Dividers with crisp, new labels make it easy to find exactly what I need (without my reading glasses–LOL).  STAMPIN' PRETTY TIP:  The labels stay in place but remove easily for re-use of Dividers when new DSP arrives!

For those Stampin' Up! products that are no longer in the catalog but have been carried over (still available for purchase), I updated my Idea Book and Catalog with labels.  See Complete List of Holiday Mini Carryover Items.

I labeled the spine of my Stampin' Up! Clear-Mount Stamp Case, perfect storage for the new Framelits Dies (Occasions Mini Catalog). 

I cut three strips of  Stampin' Up! Magnet Sheets.  They hold the Framelits Hearts or Labels Collections solidly in place.

Here's my original demonstrator video showing how to use the P-Touch.

VISIT MY STAMPIN' PRETTY ULTIMATE STAMPING ZONE for more tips and organizational ideas.

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  1. Excellent post really very creative one.Thanks for taking time to share your great ideas here with us .

  2. I love that you can use different sized fonts with the P-Touch so I use the smallest for labeling my ink pads too! I also used an empty DVD case (SU’s) to store my framelits as you did but also inserted the label that came with them into the plastic cover on the DVD case. Don’t like to throw anything away! Love all your organization tips.

  3. Mary, I love when you share your organizational tips. using the magnets with the framelits is a wonderful idea.

  4. You are the organizing queen. I love your neat and clean stamping area and have used some of your ideas in my area. Thanks for always thinking of new ways to keep us organized.

  5. Love the tip for using a clear case for the Framelits Hearts! I just received mine Friday and hadn’t quite come up with an idea for keeping them organized. TFS :o)

  6. Awesome ideas Mary! Thanks for sharing your organizational skills! It’s always nice to see how others organize their space and their products!

  7. Hi Pat: The music on the video is just 25 seconds long. I purchased it on istockphoto so that I could legally share music (without any copyright issues) on my videos. It’s Spanish guitar if you crave more! Hugs, M

  8. Great job and getting organized:)

  9. This honestly is GORGE! Love anything that will help me locate my supplies quickly and without having to go grab my readers. Many thanks for sharing yet another one of your fabulous organizational tips – you seriosuly are the QUEEN!

  10. Love the labeling idea, will have to buy me one. I was wondering what is the name of the music you play on you video …… it……….so calming.

  11. What a beautiful space! Great idea- the magnet to hold the framelets! Mary, you are so clever. Thanks for sharing your ideas. I just wish I was 1/4 as organized as you!

  12. Lynne Hurlburt

    I have done all of that labeling but typed out all of them and then used double sided tape to attach them all. Your way is sure a whole lot quicker. TFS Hugs n’Stuff, Lynne

  13. You are a Paper-Crafting Organization Guru!

  14. Evette K. Ciampo

    Thank you for your GREAT ideas for the P-touch and the framelets dies. Plan to try to get both going in my new craft room. Just love your blog. I find so many tips to use. evette k.

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