Use Old Box or Sheet Protector to Collect Craft Scraps

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Use Old Box or Sheet Protector to Collect Craft Scraps - paper and plastic scraps in sheet protector and shallow cardboard boxAfter every craft or scrapbook project, I used to have a pile of trash on the table. And of course some would fall all onto the floor too. I hate dragging my kitchen trashcan into my craft corner and I don't have room for one there either. Instead, I started keeping a sheet protector and an old box in my craft area, with their sole purpose being to hold all of my trash scraps. My is area so much neater!


As soon as I have paper bits, label backings, laminate strips, or other pieces to toss, I place them in the box or sheet protector. After I'm finished, I simply empty all the trash in the garbage and save the protector or box for next time. Now there's no more clean up after the craft session! You can of course always use an old grocery bag too!

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