But now that I've grown away from patterned paper, now that I've gotten into stamping and card making, now that I need consistent quality and exact matches for my invitations, now I care. A lot. And now I realize that my method for storing my cardstock was poorly lacking.
My method for storing cardstock in the past was basically a bin with all the paper thrown in. If I needed white, I'd shuffle through till I found some. Black? Same thing. I usually only had 1 or 2 sheets of specialty colors on hand, which meant when I made a card or invitation, I would have to go out and try to find the paper again in order to make more. And of course nothing was ever labeled, so it was a pain in the you-know-what to try and find that particular paper again.
But I've learned. And I've developed a method that works for me now.
Storage Solution: Cardstock Paper Edition
How do you store your paper? Is it working for you?