It’s ever so much easier to slot little scrappy sessions into your day if everything is handy and ready to go… here’s how I’ve got my scraptherapy supplies organised.
I bought this ceramic snack holder from TKMaxx a few years ago: spot the chip on the side!
It has gently rounded edges which makes it really good for holding cut-aparts – you can rifle through and pull them out them easily.
I divide my printables into five categories: florals, black and white labels, coloured small bits, titles and larger images.
This ‘coloured small bits’ section is the one I dive into the most often, as these pretty little bits are often just the thing for adding a tiny pop of colour to a page.
I keep all of my papers and scraps in this A4 plastic tray.
I quite enjoy rifling through it to see which patterns and colours grab me… very often, it’s the exact same ones!
I’m storing my journalling cards in this little tin, along with any letter stickers and my photos.
I keep my ring of washi and other basic tools handy, so that they’re easy to find.
With this basic kit, I can settle down to some scraptherapy during any free moment!