The mambi team has returned home from the CREATIVATION trade show, and will be recapping our time in Phoenix at the event in a post this weekend. But today, we're back to our regular programming, sharing the way mambi Design Team member Liz Nielson (IG | blog) has organized a year and a half's worth of her collected Happy Planner® products.
About her organization, Liz writes:
"I've been using The Happy Planner® since July 2015. Needless to say, I've managed to accumulate a LOT of Happy Planner® goodies over the course of a year and a half. To organize, I hit up Target. Namely, the Target Dollar Spot. I bought six wire baskets at $3 a pop. Four of the baskets are square, and the other two are rectangle. This equates to $18 (before tax) which is amazing considering the shear amount of planners and supplies that I own. If you don't live near a Target, other big box stores will likely carry something similar."
"I have the smaller sticker books and sticky notes in one of the square baskets and all of my Happy Planner® sticker value packs in another one of the square baskets. The remaining wire baskets were organized based on Happy Planner® size. Another of the square wire baskets holds all of my MINI Happy Planner®(s), extra deluxe covers, snap-in covers, pocket pages, note paper, hourly sheets, etc. Then I have my CLASSIC Happy Planner®'s that I don't carry with me on a daily basis and my additional deluxe covers in one of the rectangle baskets since they wouldn't fit in the square size. But all of my CLASSIC size Happy Planner® accessories fit perfectly in another of the square baskets. Lastly, my BIG Happy Planner® that I use as my memory planner and all of my coordinating BIG supplies fit in the last rectangle wire basket. All six of the baskets reside on a white shelf in my craft room.
Now, I can quickly grab whatever basket and know that any of the size-appropriate accessories will be within easy reach!"