DIY Sticker Storage

Sticker storage is one of the biggest struggles in the “planner girl” world. Before this box, I had them spread all across the coffee table in disorganized piles. Searching through the piles to create my spread for the week was becoming a chore and just plain old unfun. That’s when I knew I had to do something. I quickly queued up some Youtube videos to get some ideas and came up with this! 

I recycled a cute shoe box to hold all my planner supplies. The box that I used was my Tory Burch box, but any box will do. 

Next, I took some old scrapbook paper that matched the box and made tabs (that I have yet to label). I measured the width and height of the box and cut pieces that would work as dividers. If you want this to look a little neater, I’d use 2 piece of paper and put the tabs inbetween. For the tabs, I used a template from Sjogren’s Educator and printed it on a bright piece of regular paper and printed it out. I did have to scale the page down to fit my dividers – just play with the size while printing! 

In front of the dividers, I have my washi tape, sticker books, pens, random samplers, and post it notes. You can do whatever with the section, maybe even add more dividers.

I also just wanted to share with you some of my favvvvorite stickers! This is the monthly subscription from Station Sticker. It includes tons of shiny stickers, weekend sticker, arrows and page flags. They aren’t specifically sized for any planner so you can make them regardless of what planner you have. My favorite features are that the foil theme changes month to month. You can see September (purple) and October (orange) above. 

READER: How do you organize your stickers? Have you used Station Stickers before? What are your favorite stickers?