12 x 12 Paper Storage

12 x 12 paper storage ideas and solutions for your scrapbooking paper.When you start scrapbooking, you’ll also start accumulating paper, and 12″x12″ scrapbook paper is a common and popular paper size choice among scrapbookers.

If is therefore commonplace for scrapbookers to be looking for 12 x 12 paper storage solutions.

The market has been rolling out different paper organization and storage solutions and right on this page, I’ll share with you what I find to be practical and easy scrapbook paper storage ideas. You can consider these paper storage options if you’ve been wondering how should you be organizing and storing your 12×12 inch paper.

By getting the right paper storage that suits your needs, you’ll have a clear idea of the scrapbook paper you have on hand, and these storage will also protect your paper and keep them in good shape.

12″x12″ Scrapbooking Paper Storage Ideas

There are various ways to store and organize your scrapbooking paper.

A 12×12 inch paper holder can be a good idea to hold and store your scrapbook paper vertically. With such paper holders, you can easily see all your paper.

One of these paper holders is even expandable to hold more sheets. While the rest are plain in design, the expandable one comes with a pretty black and white leaf motifs design.

My first 12×12 paper organizer was a milky white plastic vertical paper holder, similar to the StorageStudios holder featured below. It’s small, low cost, and did a nice job in keeping my small stack of paper neat and organized.I also bought dividers that fit into the folder to sort my paper by colors.

 Advantus Cropper Hopper Easy Access Paper Holder, Black Advantus Cropper Hopper Projections Expandable Paper Holder, 13.5 by 14.25 by 1-Inch, Expands to 9-Inch Darice Vertical Paper Holder, 12 by 12-Inch Paper Holder 12.5″X13″X2.625″

12×12 Storage Case for Paper

Let’s say you don’t have a lot of scrapbook paper as you just start scrapbooking, or you’re looking for a portable storage case that you can bring out to scrapbooking social events, a scrapbook paper storage case would the the paper storage solution for you.

Such storage cases would also protect your paper from bends and tears.

For the expandable storage cases, they are self-standing and come with handles that you can easily carry the case with you to wherever creativity takes you.

 IRIS 6-Piece Portable Project and Scrapbook Case, 12 by 12-Inch, Clear ArtBin 6912AB Essentials Storage Box, 14.125 by 13.625 by 3-Inch, Translucent Generations Scrapfolio Expandable Storage Case, Frost, 12-Inch-by-12-Inch Storage Studios Expanding Paper Folio for 12 x 12 Sheets, 15.75 x 13 x 3 Inches, Color May Vary, CH93391

 

12″ x 12″ Paper Holder by Stamp n Storage

This is a versatile piece of paper storage furniture. With its wooden appearance, you can use it as it is to match with other wooden storage furniture or you can do what scrapbookers are great at, adhering scrapbook paper to create a beautiful exterior design that pleases you.

You also have the option to buy more units to stack on, turning it into a paper storage tower. It’s sturdy and could withstand weight. The other cool thing about this wooden paper storage is that it can hold your scrapbook paper either vertically or horizontally, it’s up to your preference. It’s good quality and made in Minnesota, USA.

12″ x 12″ Paper Holder

12×12 Paper Folder

Paper storage folders are perfect if you like to sort paper with tabs and dividers. If you have a small amount of scrapbook paper, these paper folders would be for you too.

Listed here is also a scrapbook file box that comes with 3 file folders, and these will help you sort and organize your growing paper stack.

 Darice 60124 Spectrafile 14-by-14-Inch 13-Pocket Expanding File Advantus Cropper Hopper Paper Organizer, 12 by 12-Inch IRIS Scrapbook File Box, Clear Advantus Cropper Hopper Expandable Paper Organizer, 12-Inch by 12-Inch

12 x 12 Vertical Paper Storage Tower

If you have many scrapbooking paper but have little space in your room to store your paper or you would like to save space, vertical paper storage tower is the answer. Go for vertical organization.

You can place such vertical paper storage right on your floor and the storage unit can stand in a corner of your room for your easy access . However, if you prefer a paper storage that can be placed on your craft desk, then a low vertical paper organization unit would be ideal.

 Kaisercraft – Paper Storage Unit Scrapbook Paper Rack Tower White Organizer Storage Display 30-slot -12″x12″ 12″ x 12″ Paper Holder New 30 Slot Scrapbook Paper Wire Display Rack 12″ X 12″

Rolling Paper Storage Solutions

If you need your paper storage to be easily wheeled to another room, or to roll over to your scrapbooking desk whenever you’re scrapping, paper storage unit with rollers would fit the bill perfectly.

These paper storage with rollers don’t just store paper, they store your scrapbook supplies as well. If you don’t have that much scrapbook supplies, you can even keep all your scrapbooking stuff into one of this rolling paper storage.

Most of these comes with clear drawers so you can easily see what’s stored within each drawer. But there’s one that comes with colored drawers for a more fun look, and yet it still allows you to see what’s kept within the drawers.

 Iris Scrapbooking Cart IRIS Project and Scrapbook Carts 6 Case Chest with Casters Color: White Seville Classics 15.5-Inch by 15.4-Inch by 38.2-Inch 10 Drawer Organizer Cart Sterilite 6 Drawer Craft Cart- Multi Color

DIY 12×12 Paper Storage Wire Rack

This is a pretty cool DIY idea, creating your own scrapbooking paper rack using wire storage cube and clear cable ties.

You can usually get these wire storage cubes in white or black color, and you can work out the number of rack sleeves you would like for your paper storage unit. Highly customizable if you don’t mind putting in the work to get it assembled yourself.

Whitmor 6070-1723 4 Storage Cubes, Black

10 comments for “12 x 12 Paper Storage

  1. Sandy
    January 6, 2016 at 2:13 am

    Is there a filing system available? Maybe in a bench? With hanging folders?

    • Fion
      January 6, 2016 at 9:26 am

      Hi Sandy,

      I’ve not come across such a filing system you’ve mentioned for scrapbookers. But I would believe that there are scrapbookers out there who would put together such a similar system to store their scrapbook paper. If you do create your own filing system, do share with us!

      • Alicia
        February 20, 2016 at 4:24 pm

        Crop in Style used to have one. I believe you can still get the hanging file folders. That might be a place to start.

        • Fion
          February 23, 2016 at 9:13 am

          Thanks Alicia for sharing!

          Upon searching on Amazon, I’ve found that Cropper Hopper has a new hanging file folders system that comes in a sturdy rolling cart. You can take a look at the hanging file folders and the heavy-duty rolling cart which are sold separately. These are designed for storing your scrapbooking supplies.

          • August 11, 2016 at 1:12 am

            I found one on a garage sale site. It will hold 12 x 12 paper but it works great with the smalker hanging files for smaller scraps. I use color tabs to organize each folder. It does get bulky on the bottom as all the pieces settle but it solves the issue of scraps and saving money on paper.

          • Fion
            August 12, 2016 at 8:50 am

            Thanks for sharing, Kathy!

    • Ginny
      June 30, 2017 at 8:55 am

      There used to be one called the Cropper Hopper. I don’t know if they still make it or not.

  2. Jenny
    January 21, 2016 at 4:32 am

    I use a filing system. I hated fighting with the flaps on the accordion-type folders and the handles seemed to break off others. Horizontal filing cubes are neat but fades the paper and is not portable.

    Though it is not perfect, it’s the one I’ve stuck with the longest. It is portable too. It does not work as well for my patterned paper as the top edges get a bit tattered because it is necessary to flip through individual sheets, especially ones that are not cardstock. With my cardstock solids, I can see the array of colors from the top and have much less flipping to do.

    So, this is what I did. I had a clear file box from an office supply store I wasn’t using. I sorted out all my cardstock into about 24 piles an put them inside regular 8.5×11 hanging file folders. Most people with this system use the file track included with the box, but mine was a bit narrow on the bottom and bowed on the top, so my files did not slide nicely. I remedied this by using a U- shaped laminate threshold track (made of metal that you snap the threshold into) because we had it on hand. I installed 2 pieces across the file box, both across the front, and the necessary distance the folder needed near the back. This took care of both problems. I was left with a small 1/2 in. wide gap left between the back track and the back handle, which I use to hang another folder with my 8 1/2 x11 photo paper and vellum.

    To transport, I simply cover the top with a garbage bag and secure with a long elastic band. Not pretty, but it gets the job done.

    • Fion
      January 21, 2016 at 9:40 am

      Wonderful Jenny, thanks so much for sharing your DIY filing system with us! I’m sure it’ll provide some inspiration to others who want to try to put together their own filing system to store their scrapbook paper.

    • LisaM
      March 5, 2017 at 6:23 am

      This sounds like the most practical idea I have heard of. To serve my purposes, that is. :) I would love it if you could share a picture. Thanks for taking the time to share your idea.

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