January 23

Creative Space – Inspiration Files

Posted by lori . 2 Comments

Part of creating a space to work in involves finding places for all the “paper” things that inspire me.  Here are some of my storage ideas:

3-Ring Binders – Are great for holding pictures and articles that inspire me.  They’re also a great way to save space.  Here’s what you do:  Take a pile of magazines you’re holding on to because there’s an article or picture you like.  Tear out the images and articles you find inspiring.  Then, put them into a beautiful 3-ring binder.  Now you have everything right at your fingertips and a big pile of old magazines, gone.

Magazine Files – Are great for storing magazine and books you want to keep, neatly and by category.

Hanging Files – Are great for patterns and pattern pieces.  When you’re working on a project, grab the file and you have everything you need.

How do you store the things that inspire you?

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2 Responses to " Creative Space – Inspiration Files"

  • mel says:

    Pretty binders, Lori.
    Within my binders, or files of any kind, I have sub-categories. So as the files get larger, they remain easy to sort and find specific topic or project.

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