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Friday, April 15, 2011

Cuttlebug Folder Organization

Hi everyone! It's the weekend! Yippee! Not much planned here - we had a blizzard yesterday so I'm waiting for the snow to melt. Not impressed with Mother Nature here. I'm hoping if the kids can stay occupied I can try out my new Yudu that I bought last week during the one day special at Michael's!

This month, the Cricut Circle Magazine had a challenge to organize our ProvoCraft products and post a picture.

I decided to organize my Cuttlebug folders. I used my patterned paper scraps to create dividers for the A2 size ones, then cut tabs from the From My Kitchen cartridge out of Core-Dinations cardstock, embossed them with the coordinating folder and sanded over the image to make it easier to see.

For my mini-folder sets, I created envelopes from the Damask Decor cartridge, embossed pieces of Core-dinations cardstock and adhered them to the outside of the envelope and put the little folders inside.

I did the same with my cut and emboss set and my border folders. The large folders are all in a stack at the back of the drawer.

For my Cuttlebug folders, I use a drawer in one of my Jetmax cubes, which I labelled with the Cricut Everyday cartridge. Hope this helps to inspire you in some way when you are organizing your own Cuttlebug folders! If you would like to see how I store my Cricut Cartridges please click HERE.

And if you would like to see the post I did showing photos of my entire scrap space, click HERE.

Have a fabulous weekend!


  1. THis is a HOTTTTTTTTTTTT idea!!! I have always wondered how I could label my system to see what the embossing looks like and now I feel a little DUH! lol

  2. What a neat idea! I have mine in a big pile and have to go thru them all to find the one I want. Thanks!

  3. Great Job Jen. When are you coming to do mine?