Pizza box storage for scrapbook paper

About a month ago I decided I’d had enough of scrapbooking and packed up all my scrapbooking supplies. The question was what to do with all my 12 x 12 sheets of paper. I didn’t want to get rid of it only because I still have to finish off the baby’s first year album and of course the kids will use it for their crafts. Did you know a large pizza box will fit these papers perfectly? How cool is that!! So off I went to my local pizzeria and asked to purchase some large pizza boxes and the lady was kind enough to give them to me for free!! So now I have my papers tucked neatly away in my storage room and I don’t have to worry about them getting bent or torn and of course they stack beautifully!

Cheap storage solutions definitely Work for Me!!!!

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39 Responses to Pizza box storage for scrapbook paper

  1. 1
    Marcia says

    That is a great idea!

    I’m going to do that for my gift wrap – I have a box but it is too small and I think this will be perfect.

    Have a great Valentine’s Day.

  2. 2
    MC Milker says

    Great idea! I’m a dedicated box saver.

  3. 3
    Jane says

    When I taught kindergarten we used pizza boxes to store the kids work which is often oversized or lumpy. We called them the Pizza Portfolios.

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    Char says

    Joe Corbis sells pizza kits for fundraisers and their boxes are the best. I cover one for each child each year with contact paper, add a label, and use it to store their favorite keepsake works from school that year.

    Great idea!

  5. 5
    Nikki says

    What a perfect fit! I love your idea. I will have to see if I can acquire some.

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    Kim says

    You are so very smart! I would have never, ever thought of that. I will have to dash down to our little pizza shop to see if I can get some from them. You are really resourceful, Laura.

    Happy Valentines Day!

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    crygibb says

    Thats a creative storage idea. Thanks for sharing this tip.

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    momrn2 says

    Even for current scrapbooker’s… what a GREAT idea!

  9. 9
    The Lazy Organizer says

    Great idea and that’s awesome that you got them for free!

    I love your new labels! Aren’t they the best! My head is still spinning from the organizational joy of it!

  10. 10
    Growing in Grace says

    That’s so amazingly creative!! Wow!

  11. 11
    Amy says

    What a great tip. I will have to share that with my girlfriends who scrapbook.

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    Kelley says

    Way to think “outside the box!”

  13. 13
    Kara says

    What a great idea!

  14. 14
    Judi says

    Are you a mind reader or what? I was just pondering how to store my paper the other day!

  15. 15
    Lauren S. says

    Great idea! Thanks!

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    An Ordinary Mom says

    You are definitely the queen of clever ideas :) !! Thanks for sharing. My oversize paper drives me crazy, but now I have a solution.

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  17. 17
    Karla says

    I LOVE this idea! :-)

    Thank you for sharing.

  18. 18
    Air Force Family says

    Happy Valentine’s Day, Laura! Great idea!
    I’m out saying hi to everyone and trying to catch up.

    Have an awesome day!

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    Lynn says

    Scrapbooking paper in pizza boxes…check. Then where do you store the pizza boxes???

  20. 20
    org junkie says

    Hi everyone!
    Lynn ~ I have a storage room in my basement so that is just where I have mine stored for the time being. That could always change tomorrow though…lol!

    Laura

  21. 21
    Jenny says

    Great idea Laura!! Thanks for sharing!!

  22. 22
    Mississippi Girl says

    This is SUCH a great idea! Thanks for your sweet comment over at my place. I LOVE to organize, too… you have some super ideas!
    Jennifer R.

  23. 23
    Annie says

    You’d still be scrapbooking if I still lived there!!! You miss me!

  24. 24
    Homeschooling Momma says

    You come up with some of the most amazing organization solutions! I love reading your blog!

    Happy Valentine’s Day!
    Tonya

  25. 25
    Heather says

    I’ve been organizing my craft closet lately and this idea will help. I may even try to see if pizza boxes will work for storing felt.
    Thanks for the idea!

  26. 26
    Susanne says

    Pizza boxes are great for all kinds of storage! I use them for kids puzzles, games that the original boxes are broken for.

  27. 27
    Jill says

    How clever!! I would have never thought to look for pizza boxes since I don’t have plans to open a pizzeria anytime soon. lol

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    Christine says

    That is an awesome tip! You are so cool!

  29. 29
    Proverbs31 says

    Hey, that’s cool! I bet I could get free pizza boxes, too!! :)

  30. 30
    Beth says

    I use pizza boxes for my quilt projects. You are lucky tho, I cannot find any pizza places to purchase from even! I enjoyed your blog.

  31. 31
    Kimberly says

    Fab-you-luss!

    I’m so snatchin’ this idea and doin’ a runner. =P

  32. 32
    Melissa says

    I saw a link to this post over at Craft Critique today (www.craftcritique.com). Great information!! Keep up the good work!!

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    kathy says

    This is a great idea. I think we’re having pizza for dinner so I can stop by and get some boxes!

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    Anonymous says

    One of our local scrapbook stores fills large pizza boxes with a variety of papers, embellishments, ribbon, stickers, etc. and sells them for $20.00. You get a load of supplies worth WAY more than $20.00! Then I use those to store paper I already have! I know a lot of people decorate the boxes for art projects as well as storage. Thanks for sharing the idea about pizza boxes!
    Shauna

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    Anonymous says

    Pizza box idea is great! I just discovered another site that you might find interesting. It’s http://www.hobartforthehome.com. They have organizational furniture that you can lay your art down flat in and an area to put your kids toys in. Not bad idea if you want your storage unit to be a home decoration as well.

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    Jo says

    I went to a funraiser crop several years ago and was intrigued by the large stack of donimo pizza boxes in the corner. As we settled in, they handed each of us a box. It held all the little donated items for the scrap. Cup wraps, pencils, African bead necklaces plus of course paper and coupons and lots of other smaller items. I still have mine holding paper dedicated to my husbands books.

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