*Updated with new photos and new tabs 1/6/16
I store my 8.5 x 11 cardstock in two different ways. First I have my good cardstock, which is for card bases, etc., and then I have my cheap cardstock which is for when my nieces come over to play or when I’m “practicing” a technique, etc. Let’s start with the good cardstock!
My “good” 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock (card bases, etc) is stored in these Translucent Like It Magazine Files and divided by color name using dividers I made.
These are the Like It Magazine Files I use to store my paper in. You can get them at The Container Store or by clicking on the photo below. (Thanks to Jennifer McGuire for the idea to use these magazine files!)
Here is a closer look at the dividers.
The divider pages are made using any brand 110 pound white cardstock I happen to use Georgia Pacific) but you can use any brand cardstock that is sturdy enough to be a divider. I also use my We R Memory Keepers Tab Punch and Tab Stickers. I printed the color name and brand of the cardstock out on Avery 8167 Return Label Stickers and cut them to fit the tabs.
My “cheap” 8.5 x 11 cardstock is stored in these paper holders shown below.