My less-obsessive ADHESIVE CRYSTALS collection is in this drawer. I only buy pink and clear. I tend to use these with sentiment-only cards.
My Prima flowers used to be a sea of assortment packs and mixed-color containers. That was NOT working for me. I would have to dump out the entire pack to find the color I was looking for and it drove me crazy. My solution was to dump EVERY pack of Prima flowers I had out, and sort them by color in separate drawers. Best. Decision. Ever.
There are my resin flowers. I don't mix these with the paper Prima flowers. As a result, I don't use them... and to be honest, I forgot I had them until I was taking this picture. LOL
Buttons. In a zillion colors. I have tried several storage solutions and this is the current one. I can't say I love it, but I can say it keeps them mostly in one place... except for the fact I needed three of these containers to house them all. And I have no room to grow... which isn't that big of a deal since I rarely use buttons. LOL If I ever spill these containers... I will FREAK OUT. LOL
These Sterlite storage drawers are directly behind where I sit and stamp. I can swivel around to reach them. These house the majority of my embellishments, which I have sorted by color. I removed nearly every embellishment I had from the original packaging and placed them in baggies. Then I tossed the baggies in the drawers, and now I can dig for what I want, and see everything I have. Love. This. Method. (Is the "single words followed by periods for impact" thing getting old? I hope not. LMBO)
There are some things I don't sort by color, including the majority of my colored "normal", "plain" brads. I keep all those together in a couple drawers. The tiny brads at the top of this picture came in assortment packs (Michaels). I LOATHE digging through assortment packs, so I paid my kids to separate them and place them in individual colors in a storage container I bought from Walmart. Think I'm crazy yet? LOL The brads and eyelets in the Tic Tac containers are from Pink Hedgehog.