Why you need a Scraprack – Those boxes and bags aren’t going to put themselves away.

Boxes and Bags stacked up

Do you have bags from your local craft store, boxes from your favorite shopping channel or online retailer, tucked into a corner or the closet of your craft room?

One of the biggest reasons new stuff doesn’t get put away – you’re not sure where to put it. If the decision about where to put you’re new stuff or the amount of time it’s going to take to put it there, prevents you from putting things away, YOU need a ScrapRack!

When your supplies are organized in a ScrapRack, you know exactly where to put new things away. That beautiful new collection of Christmas embellishments will easily slide into the Winter Section. Those new pink brads and eyelets, will get added to the rainbow section – it’s just that simple.

Don’t let your supplies pile up in the corner. Get your ScrapRack organized into the 4 section system and you’ll be using your supplies, instead of losing your supplies.

Thanks for stopping by today,

3 Responses to Why you need a Scraprack – Those boxes and bags aren’t going to put themselves away.

  1. Oh my goodness I a.m. absolutely in love with the scrap rack However I live in Australia so it’s very very expensive to get it over here 🙁 I have actually managed to make a mini version of my own with a big photo album and some sectioned plastic pockets 🙂 not as good as the scrap rack but it gets me by until one day I can afford this amazing product to be delivered out here x

    • Hi –
      The least expensive way to start is by using the 12×12 binders and ScrapRack pages. You can build out each section using the notebooks and then when you are ready to buy the ScrapRack Base you can move everything over. Also, keep an eye out for things in our bargain basement. If there is a return, something that is out of original packaging or something that is slightly damaged but still 100% useable, it will end up there. T.

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