October 25, 2011

Creative Chat: Patterned Paper

Before we get to the Creative Chat today - we have some exciting news at Team MFT - we're welcoming the uber talented Karen Giron to the team!!! Wooohooo! I have been an avid reader of Karen's blog and love her cool, clean style. Welcome Karen, I feel so lucky to get to design alongside you!

It's time for the MFT Creative Chat. The My Favorite Things Design Team Creative Chat is a monthly feature, where we are challenged to explore our creative spaces and share valuable organizational methods, tools, and shopping strategies with you. You'll be able to peek into our creative spaces, ask questions, and share your own ideas in the MFT forum.  This month, we were asked the following questions:  

How do you store and organize your patterned paper?   
How do you store your scrap patterned paper? 

My patterned paper storage is super simple - and since shooting the video I've outgrown it, so I'll be reading along with you looking for a new solution. You might be a little shocked by my scraps storage in particular!

See the full size video on You Tube here.

Visit Kim's Blog for a full list of designers that have taken up the challenge and get ready to delve into the minds of our creative team!

 Thanks for stopping by!


  1. I loved your video, too Sarah!!! Looks like we have a similar method...great minds think alike, right? Loved hearing you!!!! :)

  2. great seeing your video Sarah and how you store your papers

  3. Great video Sarah! YOu know I LOVE your accent!!! LOVE all those yummy paper pads lined up, but I have to admit...your scrap storage made my OCD kick in! LOL!!

  4. Beautiful Sarah, thanks so much!

  5. always love your videos, Sarah! it's so fun to hear you and see your crafty space.

  6. Fun video Sarah! Love seeing your crafty space!

  7. Great vid! I almost paused the video so I could quickly organize my small papers this way. I just bought some small baskets. Great idea! I love that you are all making these vids!!

  8. very cute ideas Sarah & funny though cos as I have the same plastic containers, i never thought to put my 6x6 paper pads in there. I just put random bits in there, like stamps or my Cuttlebug folders...might have to rehome them :)


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