Organizational Hack: Sticker Storage

This year I’ve been journaling more, and I’ve ordered lots of fun supplies. I’ve added to my washi tape collection, and I’ve been buying stickers here and there. Which means my desk is full of journaling implements and they’re everywhere.

First, I decided to take a step back and devote a desk draw to my journaling pursuits, hoping to corral the mess. I lined up my washi tape in a pleasing row at the front of the drawer and dropped the multiple journals I’m keeping in there. Finally it was time to tackle the piles of stickers.

A few weeks ago I was browsing through JetPens and came across the Jam Studio Sticker Albums ($14-20). These aren’t complicated or fancy. They’re PVC covers, with 16 pages (or 32) slots for stickers, and there’s a zip pocket at the back. Everything is held together with a color coordinated elastic. I chose the Twinkle Aqua with longer sheets, which is approximately 5.5″ x 8″ (13.5 x 20 cm), and can accommodate 4″ x 6″ sticker sheets easily. But there are both larger and smaller albums available as well.

And in short, it’s perfect. Thanks to Jetpens for another great tool!

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  1. I think a draw is a drawer, for us northwesterners? Lol! I always have to think twice when that word is used…:)

  2. Your drawer is so neat! I really need to have a reckoning with my stickers to figure out what I need to organize them.


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