I was looking for a file system that I could use to store, sort and protect my 12x12 scrapbook paper. I checked all the top stores and the one that I liked the most was the Memory Express 12x12 paper keeper that I found at Joann fabric and craft store.
The Memory Express paper keeper is an acid free, expandable organizer that has 15 tabbed compartments. It has a hard black outer case that is covered in a paper like material which is perfect surface for decorating with gel pens, rubber stamps, or even decoupage.
I liked them so much that I purchased 2 of them. One I use to store my card stock and printed paper and one I use to store stickers and embellishments. In the paper one, I have my paper divided by color for the card stock and occasion for the printed papers. I label each tab accordingly and file the papers in the pockets. I would guess that I have approximately 200 sheets of paper in there right now and there is still room to add more. The second one I use to store stickers and embellishments. I have all the stickers divided into like categories, such as Christmas or Halloween and then I put all of them into a 12x12 sheet protector. I then take the sheet protectors and insert them into the labeled pockets of the paper keeper which makes it really easy to find stickers I need for what ever project that I am working on.
These files have proven to be valuable tools to me in keeping my supplies organized and free of damage. They have also saved me many hours of looking for things that were previously stacked together in drawers.