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June 15th, 2010, 03:43 PM
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What do you do with them?? I have a bunch and I'm so tempted just to toss them all out cause I never get to them. I think some of that maybe that I have no real way I've organized them, and don't want to dig through a large pile hoping there is something I can use.

Do you organize yours??

Do you ocassionally purge everything??

Do you find yourself using them often??

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June 15th, 2010, 05:38 PM
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I am the sad person that keeps every single scrap I make. I have three different piles/places for my scraps. My first has pieces that are big enough to use, the second one is for scraps that I can't really do anything, but I think I can use (less than an inch strips) and the third one is scraps from Cricut cutting. I keep them because I think I will use them one day. I keep the larger scraps and pieces in one of those clear expanding files and the Cricut scraps in a drawer in my paper cart.

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June 15th, 2010, 08:23 PM
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I keep all my scraps as well - they are organized in an accordion folder by color groups. I really should get another organizer so that I can better organize things and give patterned and card stock their own sections.

I do use them, especially the colored card stock for titles and cutting things with my cricut. I forget about the patterned paper a lot though which is why I think it would make sense to buy another folder and organize patterned on its own!

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June 15th, 2010, 11:19 PM
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I keep scraps sometimes, and it's kind of organized, I keep them in seperate piles, one pile for big papers, that I can re-use for something else and the other onrs that I am stockpiling for whant I make a I'm addicted to scrapbooking" page.

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