There are 9 Fab Files in our Fab File product line. Each of them serves multiple purposes in your craft room, but they all have a plethora of uses outside the craft room too. If you’re already using Fab Files outside of your craft room, I hope you’ll leave a comment below and share your ideas with us!
Round up all those cords, cables, earbuds, usb adapters and store them all together in a 4×6 Fab File.
Label the side of the Fab File, then slide this handy little box onto a shelf in your office or family room. Let your family know this is the first place, should they be searching for their missing cords.
Do you need a small first aid kit in your car, motorhome or at work? Try filling a 5×7 Fab File with all of the essentials.
This lightweight box will tuck neatly under the seat, into a cupboard in your motorhome or into a deep desk drawer.
This Fab File was designed to hold both A4 and 8.5×11 sized paper, which makes it extremely versatile.
It’s great for sorting, storing and organizing magazines, important papers and planner refills/old planner pages.
Gift bags and tissue paper
Organize your gift bags, boxes and matching tissue by, size or celebration – holiday, birthday, congratulations, new baby, etc…
Label the side of each Fab File and slide onto the shelf for easy access when you need it. No more digging through a pile of bags to find the perfect sentiment.
Mementos and heirlooms
As our children get older and head off to college we’re faced with deciding what precious mementos to keep. A Fab File can be the perfect place to contain everything from athletic ribbons to baby quilts. When you’re kids settle into a permanent home you’ll be able to hand off these treasures in a neat, tidy bundle. (This is the Jumbo Fab File.)
A few other benefits to using Fab Files – they’re lightweight, inexpensive, and portable.
Why do you like them? What do you store in yours? Is there a dimension you wish we offered?
Please do share your ideas with us in the comment box below.
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