Today I didn't do anything great.
I spent an hour separating my regular colored paper, from tissue paper and colored napkins.
I found some great things I hadn't seen in awhile, like paper from Daiso.
But I didn't make anything, after all.
I have a 5 x 5 cube shelf from Ikea. "Kallax"
The cube system looks great, but doesn't work for art supplies, or when you want something at the bottom of the cube.
It's mostly a book shelf now.
Before that I had stacks of crates, (the kind you use to store Christmas ornaments)
But you have to move each heavy crate to get to the one on the bottom.
I have found drawers to work much better.
I have about 25 plastic drawers like these, with different things, like "stickers" "tools" "wire" "stamps" "ink" "glitter" etc.
This year I found a better stackable drawer, and have gradually been switching to them.
(The old drawers I retired went to Work and they are being used for sorting paper and certificates.)
They are sold individually instead of sets of 3.
So far I can only find them at Target.
This size costs $7.99 each, and there is a crate sized one that costs $14 or so but I don't use it.
So far, I can stack more than 6 and they hardly sag, so the bottom drawer still opens.