It’s been a while but I am back to share an idea of how to organize and store your flair buttons/badges.
I actually struggled with this one and searched for a solution everywhere. At first I had all of mine in a jar but that was a pain to sift though.
I saw ideas of putting them flat in CD cases. Putting them in packaging inside a basket and flipping though them, even putting them in coin page protectors and placing in a binder. All very clever ideas but none of which I thought would work for me.
I knew that they needed to be organized by color. If you have seen my previous posts you know that I organize nearly everything by color. I also knew that I needed something that would have room to add more than my current collection. I didn’t want to have to have multiple cases for one type of embellishment (except washi tape and PL cards, those don’t count ).
While I was at Michaels in the beading section I came across a fantastic sectioned organizer (for bead organization) and it was really reasonable ($5.99) It had more space than a embroidery floss organizer box ($2.99) and I figured it just might work. Here is my little button collection.
In addition to organizing by color I have 4 sections dedicated to seasonal buttons. Spring, summer, fall, and winter. There is also multi-colored button sections and spaces for specific themed flair.
I think this little case would also be perfect for shaped paperclips, buttons, and wood veneer as well! If you have a larger collection or want a bit more portability I would suggest the Close to my heart small organizer with the foam insert and small craft boxes. I store my wood veneer in those and it works out really well for me.
Thanks for stopping by!
3 thoughts on “More Embellishment Organization!”
Question…When you purchase the medium container, how many dividers does it include? How many spaces does that make inside?
Hi there, It comes with all the dividers you see (I used them all) it holds quite a bit of flair.
So cute! You have a lot of flair – I love it! 🙂 This is how I store my wood veneers.