Photo Storage made Easy!
I don’t know about you, but I have oodles and oodles of photos that have been printed. I’m talking YEARS AND YEARS of photos. Remember, we have 5 kids and the oldest turned 31 just last week! It’s one of the hazards of being an avid scrapbooker, traveler, wife, mother and now, grandma of 2 boys. I have boxes and boxes of memories. The problem is how do organize all those photos and those memories, so you can make sense of them for creating those beautiful scrapbooks you want to leave for your family, or remembering all those adventures, special events and once in a lifetime memories. Luckily, Close to My Heart has made Photo Storage easy with their fabulous Photo Organizer.
This large, sturdy, see-through plastic case with a decorative top contains 16 smaller, removable snap-close cases for 4″ × 6″ photos. You can sort your photos by date, by child, by memory, or by category. Place a label on each of the individual cases and store them conveniently inside the larger case. Not only can you store your photos by category, but you can keep them clean, dry and dust free until you are ready to get your craft on and get to scrapbooking. It’s the perfect solution for organizing your biggest moments caught on film.
More than just Photo Storage
In addition to storing your photos, this case and the internal boxes makes a great solution for storing cords and cables for all your electronics. Place your various cords inside the individual cases and label them. You’ll always know which cord is for your I-phone and which one is for your kids’ X-Box.
Or, another idea… I mentioned earlier in the week a storage idea for your kids’ puzzles. The internal cases work great for small puzzles, game pieces or toys, such as Legos.
This Photo Storage case is NOT a one-hit wonder. It can be used for so many things, as it is an excellent tool for organizing your life!
Here’s to your Photo Organization and so much more, as well as RESETTING your life!
Organization isn’t about perfection; it’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money, and improving your overall quality of life.”
– CHRISTINA SCALISE
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