DIY Craftroom Organization Binder

Well hello there! Thank you so much for coming by my blog today! I hope you love this DIY Craftroom Organization binder I made to share with you all!

The January 2021 Hedgehog Hollow Subscription Box included this awesome A5 clear binder and I KNEW I had to use it in a project! What better DIY project than Craftroom Organization?! I’ve been struggling with finding a better way to organize my crafty supplies and have everything within arm’s reach.

Here are some of the pages from my binder:

I made all of these pages from scratch – if you can believe it!
In Adobe Illustrator, I created art boards that were A5 size.

DIVIDERS:
For my dividers, I used some patterns I found online. Then, I created my headers for each page.
I printed these dividers on glossy photo paper and then used my laminator to laminate each one.

INSERTS:
Then, I designed each of my inserts, leaving room for holes on the left side. I printed these inserts on 80lb. Neenah Solar White cardstock, as that is the cardstock I use while making cards. This is super important for the accuracy of the ink pads and Copic markers.

Note: For my Copic hair and skin page, I used the “School Girl” digital stamp by Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez.

I used an adjustable hole punch to punch holes on all of my inserts and dividers.

For my Distress Inks and Oxides blends pages, I cut down 80lb. Neenah Solar White cardstock into 2″ squares. Then, I created my blends on them, used double sided tape on the back of them, and placed them in my binder.

For my Ink Pads, I used the Waffle Flower Color Combos for Ink Pads stamp set.

For my Copic Blends, I only needed my Copic markers!

Here are a few close-ups of each of the inserts:

There is so much more room to add more into the binder as well! I added some blank A5 sheets to the back for notes and whatnot! This organization thing can be quite time consuming, but it’s worth it!

I have some more ideas of inserts I will add:
Word Dies
Nuvo Drops
Cardstock Colors
Embossing Powders
Black Inks and their Properties

Do you have any more suggestions?! Please leave a comment and let me know!

Thank you again so much for stopping by!
Xoxo, Amanda

Disclaimer: Some links I’ve used above are affiliate links. Please use them to get your products that I LOVE, at no extra cost to you! It helps me to fund my crafting that I get to share with you!! 🙂

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