Project Life Page Protector Organization

School has finally kicked off, with all of the little people in my house settled into Preschool, 1st Grade, and 3rd Grade I am finally starting to get things organized, and settled around the house.

I find I’m much more creative when my supplies are organized, which makes them easy to access. 

With that thought in mind I recently reorganized where all my Page Protectors are kept, and how I access them to easily to create my Project Life Pages.

{Project Life Page Protectors Organization}


Here is a look at the basket where all of my backup page protectors are kept. You can see that I have my Ultimate Guide in the front of this container so I can take it out, and use it easily.

Project Life Page Protectors Organization

The basket is something I already had in my craft room. You will want to find a basket that is at least 13 inches wide so that it will be large enough to hold the box of page protectors.

For all other page protectors that are not in my “back up” pile, are organized in a D Ring Album. I created simple dividers, so that I can pull the one album out, and pull page protectors that I need for certain projects I am working on.

Project Life Page Protector Organization

Purchase Stampin’ Up Page Protectors from me in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.

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Supply List

I hope you enjoyed seeing how I organize, and store my Project Life Page Protectors. I would love to know how you are keep your page protectors organized. Leave me a comment, and let me know.


4 Responses to Project Life Page Protector Organization

  1. Diana August 26, 2016 at 1:39 pm #

    Great guide, thank you so much!

  2. Teri L. August 26, 2016 at 2:33 pm #

    I would love to see more of the planning sheets that you put together! Thanks for the great guide. This is going to be soooo helpful! Thanks!

  3. Jenna Hipps August 26, 2016 at 3:47 pm #

    Thanks for creating this great resource of page protectors! I think it is awesome and very helpful. I also enjoyed your video on how you keep them organized. I appreciate the time you have put into this and how willing you are to share it with all of us. 🙂


  4. Bibi August 26, 2016 at 5:09 pm #

    Great information Katina. Thanks. Will watch again for sure. Download the PDF to print out, you’re amazing, thank you.

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