How to use the Project Planner / Memento Keeper

The perfect solution for project planning and memento storage too!

This planning and storage solution is large enough to hold 12×12 project supplies and all types of mementos – travel, special occasions, or just everyday life.. Think of these oversized binders as a “library of your life.”

Fill the interior binder pockets and pocket pages with mementos and keepsakes as you collect them. When you’re ready to create scrapbook pages, add 4×6 Perfect Six Storage pages or 5×7 Fantastic Five Storage pages and photos to your Project Planner/Memento Keeper.

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 19

Day 19: Choose Organization Products That Work The Way You Do We talk a lot about this during our crafting organization classes, the same ideas are true for whatever you’re trying to organize.  I found this really amazing expandable organizer online.  It turns the “piles” of current work –  into vertical and accessible “files” on… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 15

Day 15: Kitchen Utensils I’ll be the first to admit there are things in my utensil drawer I don’t use often, but when I need them they’re there.  I thought these odd items were most often needed during the holiday season when I may be doing more baking/cooking/entertaining than during the normal course of the… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 12

Day 12: Alphabetize your spices This is as simple as it sounds – Allspice to Za’atar. To-Do: _____Empty your spice drawer or cabinet. _____ Combine spices where appropriate. _____ Give everything a wipe down with a damp cloth. _____ Replace spices in alphabetical order. Have you joined our 20 for 21 Challenge? Do you want… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 11

Day 11: Think – Left to Right, Back to Front and Top to Bottom when organizing any space How can you fill your space more efficiently without compromising visibility and accessibility? Choose a room, closet, cupboard anywhere you’ve got empty space – and ask yourself  “how could I use this space more efficiently?” The easiest… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 8

Day 8: Measuring cups and spoons We have a tendency to stack these together in the cupboard which makes them a little more difficult to use and to put away.  Simplify this process by labeling and hanging your measuring cups/spoons by size on the interior of the cupboard door.  You can download cute label artwork… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 6

Day 6. Add a “donate” box to your closet, laundry room and/or coat closet. Sometimes being more organized is about organizing what you have, but it’s also about eliminating things you don’t use.  We all know there are things in our homes we no longer need or want, but they haven’t made it into the… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 5

Day 5: Email Discipline – Organize your email “in-box” Email can be just as overwhelming as real mail.  Establish a method for sorting your mail each time you log in to your email account.  It could be as simple as moving things to folders labeled – Bills to pay, things to read, Catalogs, and advertisements. … Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 4

Day 4: Mail – Designing a system for dealing with the things you need/want to keep. Develop an easy system for dealing with the items you didn’t throw into the recycle bin. Bills to pay, reading materials, catalogs, etc., each of these items should have a home when they arrive at yours.  Bills get filed… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 3

Day 3: Mail Discipline – Directly to the recycle bin Mail can be a huge clutter creator.  Your challenge today – get started on a more organized method of mail management. When you get the mail from your mailbox, go directly to your recycle bin.  Stand near the bin and sort the mail, tossing everything you… Continue Reading

20 for 21 Challenge: Day 2

Day 2:  Keep things neatly piled – 5 uses for inexpensive closet dividers Take a look around your home, open closets and cupboards – what’s spilling over that should be stacked up? Could you use one of these handy closet dividers to take control of the situation? If you’re not sure the dividers are a… Continue Reading

Wrapping Gifts – Make it Memorable

Hello my crafty friends – With the holiday season upon us, I thought it would be fun to share one of my favorite holiday memories with you.  My mother, Tamara Merrill – who many of you have heard me refer to as a “SuperCrafter” is also a super gifter.  In fact, the way she delivered… Continue Reading

Getting crafty in The Crafty Casita

For weeks I’ve been looking for the perfect artwork for the living room in the Crafty Casita.  I found a few good options, but nothing that was really “perfect.”  I knew I wanted something floral and “girly” – finding the right color combinations was proving to be quite challenging. Last weekend I was in HomeGoods… Continue Reading

5 Buddy Bags that can be used with your Ditto Tool Bag

There are a number of reasons to add Buddy Bags to your Ditto Tool Bag; taking specific supplies to an event that are already in a Buddy Bag will save you time packing and unpacking, keeping smaller items contained in a Buddy Bag will help to keep things organized, and standing longer Buddy Bags up… Continue Reading

Crafting on the Go Bundle

Where are you crafting – at an event, on vacation, or just in your TV room? Regardless of where these 3 organizers are a perfect trio for simplifying the process of moving your supplies and keeping your workspace tidy. At Totally-Tiffany we often refer to items like these as “basics” things every crafter should have… Continue Reading

3 ways to use the Perfect Paper Crafting Organizer Bundle

12×12 Craft Binder 24 Storage Page Variety Pack 5 Tabbed Dividers This bundle of goodies is a powerhouse of organizing.  If you’re new to this product line, after you read this post, scroll back up here and click on the links above to learn more about each product in the bundle. (We’ll put more links… Continue Reading

Organizing your crafting paper with the Paper Junkie Paper Storage Boxes, Paper Pockets and Shut Your Flap labeling tabs!

Organizing your crafting paper with the Paper Junkie Paper Storage Boxes, Paper Pockets and Shut Your Flap labeling tabs!

Paper can easily be the most overwhelming supply in your paper crafting stash. It all stacks together neatly, but then you can’t see it to know what you’ve got. Vertical storage is the best way to organize paper – remember my mantra, “If it’s horizontal, it’s a pile. If it’s vertical, it’s a file.”  It’s always… Continue Reading

How to use the Totally-Tiffany Vinyl Roll Organizer

How to use the Totally-Tiffany Vinyl Roll Organizer

Rolls of heat transfer vinyl, self-adhesive vinyl, and even foil have gained increasing popularity over the last couple of years, which means your collection of them has most likely grown as well. Getting them organized can be the difference between loving and using them or just stuffing them in the closet! The Vinyl Roll Organizer set is made… Continue Reading

Week 4 – Organizing your workspace, steps to take

There are a few simple steps you and take to ensure that your workspace is well and useable. Step 1 – Create a sketch Draw out your workspace as an open area – just the square footage. Then consider the worktable/desk, shelves, and other furnishing you currently own. How are they placed in the space? … Continue Reading