Let's talk sticker storage, I have tried it all, in boxes, accordion folders, sticker binders with protective sheets and I have finally settled with a binder and sticker sheets that are punched in. Now I create most of stickers so punching them in is easy for me as I leave plenty of room for that but if you are buying your stickers they may not come with enough space for punching holes. So what is the next best thing? Add strips to the stickers, there are many out there on amazon and Etsy but I wanted to find a cheaper way and so I did.
If you have a laminator and do projects involving laminating you know that how much of the laminating sheets are left over and wasted, don't throw them away, they are useful in so many different projects, here is one I did a while back: DIY Coil Clips for Erin Condren
I figured I can use them in project sticker storage too.
See a short still picture video below with easy instructions below:
All your sticker goodies
Leftover laminated sheets or laminate a sheet
Scissors or a cutter
Double sided tape
Just cut the laminated sheet to the same size as the sticker sheet, cover half of it with double sided tape, leaving enough space to punch holes. Mark where the holes need to go and ounch the holes. Attach the laminated sheet to the sticker sheet and that is it, add the sheet to your binder!