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I shared my planning essentials in this post, and today I’m showing a glimpse into my other non-essential planning supplies, and how I organize and store them all.
I’ve confessed before that I have an addiction to sticky notes. This collection (plus the stash I keep in my “overstock” bin) has been reduced WAY DOWN from what I used to have. This little drawer is from Daiso (can’t find a link for this one, but you can find similar acrylic drawers on Amazon).
I also have a problem with washi tape. I keep buying them, which is fine. The problem is I never use them. But don’t they look pretty? All my washi tape is from Simply Gilded, and the holder is from Target.
I love me some acrylic, have you noticed? 🙂 I use this sorter to hold my stickers plus misc odds and ends that need my attention.
I keep all of my other lesser used supplies in these drawers I got from Michaels. Not the best quality drawers, but they get the job done and I got them for a good deal. I believe all the organizing bins are from Target Dollar Spot (yes, I know it’s not called that anymore, but it’ll forever be the Dollar Spot to me).
Even though I think The Home Edit popluarized the “overstock storage” concept, I used this kind of storage method long before I discovered the Organization Queens. The shelf is from Target and the bins are from Amazon.
Ideally I would like to showcase my planner collection on a shelf near my desk, but due to lack of space they’re tucked in (literally tucked in, see that pink fuzzy blanket?) in an ottoman we got from Costco. I use the extra space to store other misc planning stuff. I can’t find a link to this exact one, but here’s a similar ottoman on Amazon.
That’s it, in a nutshell. Let me know if there is anything in my storage system that you would like to see in more detail!